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  1. Recorded at Radio Beat, Boston. Mastered at K-Disc, Hollywood. First pressing of 2, Some copies issued with a Gang Green sticker, Taang promo insert and/or Taang trade list.
  2. Taang! - Label Discography USA: 32 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery. Click to View: Label: Cat# Date: Format: Comments: Rating.
  3. Taang! Records: The First Ten Singles Gang Green A1: Sold Out B1: Terrorize Last Rights C1: Chunks D1: So Ends Our Night Stranglehold E1: Same All Over F1: She's Not Leaving Last Stand G1: Scum Guns Noonday Underground [USA] H1: Injun Joe Negative FX I1: V.F.W. J1: Mind Control J2: Negative FX J3: Together J4: Feel Like A Man Gang Green K1.
  4. History. Taang! Records started as a singles-only label, recording acts in Boston's early hardcore and punk bands such as Gang Green, Negative FX, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and The liawiepultaconti.neubrihufropamonarbechevselybir.infoinfo name is an acronym for the phrase "Teen Agers Are No Good!" The label gained prominence with the rise of Boston hardcore in the punk culture of the s which had strong ties to the scene in.
  5. Sold Out, an EP by Gang Green. Released in on Taang! (catalog no. TAANG!01; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Hardcore Punk.
  6. This collection documents their earliest recordings from (the "Boston Not LA" session). No band at that time played so fast & furious. A total of 10 songs were recorded including their "Sold Out" 7"!!! Features a special mystery track "Taang Dub". Extensive booklet with a lot of photos/5(8).
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  8. Apr 15,  · Following “Sold Out” on the a-side of TAANG! #1’s initial pressings was the 47 seconds of “Terrorize,” the flip holding a likeable if indisputably minor dub version. But for this collection, “Taang Dub” has been curiously and debatably excised, and “Terrorize” now sits on the b-side all by its lonesome.

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