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Chaotic Dischord - Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck The Lot Of You!

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  1. SurgeryXdisaster

    SurgeryXdisasterExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Oct 8, 2009


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    Chaotic Dischord
    Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck The Lot Of You!

    Track Listing:

    1. Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck The Lot Of You
    2. Punk Aggression
    3. City Claustraphobia
    4. Boy Bill
    5. Wild Mohicans (For Wattie)
    6. S.O.A.H.C
    7. Sound Of Music
    8. Cider N' Dogs
    9. Destroy Peace & Freedom
    10. Boring Bastards
    11. Shadow
    12. Anti-Christ
    13. 77' in 82' (Whats it got to do with you)
    14. And There Wuz Cows
    15. Alternative Culture
    16. Loud, Tuneless N' Thick (Ugly's Too Good For You)

    If you like let me know, i've got more!


    Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck The Lot Of You!
    Release Date : 1983

    Recorded at Sam Studio, Bristol.Made in France.P & C 1983 Heartbeat / Cherry Red Music.

    Chaotic Dischord Biography

    UK punk band, formed in 1982 as a joke by members of Vice Squad and its roadies. One of the roadies handed a copy of one of their recordings to Simon Edwards (Riot City Records). From that recording one song ended up on a hardcore punk compilation and Chaotic Dischord was signed to Riot City Records before Edwards realised that it was not supposed to be a serious band.

    Band members: Dave Bateman, Shane Baldwin, Ampex (2), Ransid

    Chaotic Dischord were a punk rock band from Bristol, England, formed by members of Vice Squad and their road crew in 1981. The band also recorded a one-off EP under the name Sex Aids.

    The band's line-up was Ampex (Igor, bass), Evo Stix (Shane Baldwin of Vice Squad, drums), Ransid (aka Bambi, vocals), and Pox (Dave Bateman of Vice Squad, guitars). They formed originally to expose via parody the pointlessness of many of the generic 'crusty' second-wave punk bands that had been signed to Riot City Records, but ironically became one of the label's best-selling acts. After an argument with Riot City boss Simon Edwards, in which Bateman and Baldwin claimed they could knock out something on the same lines as some of these bands 'in ten minutes', the band later went away and recorded "Glue Accident". They submitted the track under the name Chaotik Dischord , via a friend to Edwards who was looking for bands for his forthcoming Riotous Assembly compilation LP. To avoid Edwards learning their true identity they claimed that Vice Squad were friends of theirs and that they would only deal with them. It apparently "scared the pants off" Edwards, and he included the track on the album, mis-spelling their name as Chaotic Dischord, which would stick as the spelling from then on. Edwards eventually discovered the true identity of the band, but by then they were selling records in sufficient numbers to carry on.

    Their brand of punk was aimed at shocking and insulting whoever they could, with one reviewer claiming that the band's aim was to use the word "fuck" more often than any other band before or after. They had several hits on the UK Indie Chart, and were received positively by many critics. United States hardcore punk fanzine Maximum Rock 'n' Roll, unaware of the band's true identity, gave the band several positive reviews despite a dislike for Vice Squad. Attila The Stockbroker, writing for Sounds under the pseudonym John Opposition gave their Fuck Religion... album 5 stars.

    The band recorded a one-off EP, Back On The Piss Again, under the name Sex Aids, with Igor on vocals.

    When Beki Bondage left Vice Squad, Igor also departed, and despite his desire to stay with Chaotic Dischord, was sacked from the band. Bondage and Igor retaliated by releasing an album credited to Chaotic Dischord titled Fuck Off You Cunt, What a Load of Bollocks, which Baldwin claims is a 'bogus' Chaotic Dischord record that he has never even heard.

    The band released the Live In New York album in 1984 despite never actually playing a gig. When the Riot City label closed down, the band moved to Not Very Nice, continuing to release records, including three more albums. They eventually got bored with what was essentially the same joke, and split up in 1988 when Bambi's tool hire business took off.

    Baldwin later said of the band: "Of course it was a joke, and we were actually quite disturbed when so many people took it seriously!"

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Riot City Records

    Bristol-based label set up in late 1980 between punk band Vice Squad and Heartbeat Records "for the release of music from bands riding the second wave of punk".

    Distribution was handled by Rough Trade.


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  2. backtothestoneage

    backtothestoneageMember Forum Member




    Nov 15, 2009
    So obnoxiously great!
  3. no-doves-fly-here

    no-doves-fly-hereNew Member New Member




    Mar 4, 2015
    could you upload more please? :D