White Pigs–Hardcore Years 1983/85-LP {Limited Silver vinyl}

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White pigs were formed in ct in 1980, from Zak's ashes and the soda boys. Vocalist Dave death came up with the name for a neighborhood dog who used to shit everywhere. That lineup did a performance at Shamrock Pub, then due to internal problems, the band dissolves.

In 1982 Singer Brian Ripthroat and original founding member Keith serious agreed to reform the band, but lasted until the summer of 1983 to locate drummer George Butterrick (EX-) and guitarist Chuck Duncan, so that Band Roll again. He then released his self-titled 7 " EP on switch kwilson productions.

They released a second 7 " in 1984 called evil stalks the innocent in their " son of sin " song. It was recorded live and it was on red vinyl. At the end of 1983, it was when they appeared in the above-mentioned compilation and recorded the demo tape.
That brings us to their final release, an ep at combat records that offered a different alignment than in previous jobs. It would be a few years before the 7th. On Mystic Records and the LP in walkthrufyre would be released.

This LP includes its first demo recorded in 1983, first s / t e. P (1984) and his "hit bonanza" EP released on mystic records in 1989, but recorded in 1985.
The White Pigs formed in CT in 1980 out of the ashes of Zak and the Soda Boys. Lead singer Dave Death came up with the name as a goof on a neighborhood dog that used to shit all over the place. That line up did one Shamrock Pub show, then because of inner band problems disbanded.

In 1982 singer Brian Ripthroat and original founding member bassist Keith Grave agreed to reform the band, but it took until the summer of 1983 to locate drummer George Butterrick (formerly of the Separates) and guitarist Chuck Duncan, to get the band rolling again. They then released their self-titled 7? EP on Switch Kwilson Productions.

They released a second 7? in 1984 called Evil Stalks the Innocent on their Songs Of Sin label. It was recorded live and they came on red vinyl. At the end of that year is when they appeared on the aforementioned compilation and had recorded the demo tape.

That leads us to their final release as a band, an EP on Combat Records that featured a different lineup than on the earlier works. After this came out, the band called it quits. It would be a few years before the posthumous 7? on Mystic Records and the LP on Walkthrufyre would be released.

This LP included their first demo tape recorded in 1983, first s/t e.p (1984) and their EP "hit bonanza" released on Mystic Records in 1989 but recorded in 1985 and released as demo.

Tracklist:

A1-Victims Of Society
A2-Droup Out
A3-New Life
A4-Screamer
A5-Pig Theme
A6-Early Grave
A7-FukFukFuk
A8-Kill Kop
A9-Victims
A10-A.P.O.W.
A11-Ghosts
A12-R.I.P.
A13-White Pigs Theme
A14-Proving Ground
A15-Untitled
B1-White Pigs Theme
B2-I Hate You
B3-Kill A Cop
B4-Fuc-Fuc-Fuc
B4-Dropout
B5-American Prisioner Of War
B6-Heavy Metal
B7-Slam Dance For Violence
B8-Sicken Brain

Limited 100 copies on Silver vinyl.

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