This is the thread where we talk about punk compilations issued in the mid 90s (Do not read if you weren't a boring white kid from the US suburbs, born ~1976-1984)

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Punk You!, Vol. 1: Music for the Discerning Slacker Punk

1. One Hundred Punks performed by Generation X - 3:07
2. Beat Beat Beat performed by Damned - 2:41
3. Orgasm Addict performed by The Buzzcocks - 2:02
4. Oh Bondage (Up Yours) performed by X Ray Spex - 2:48
5. Deutscher Girls performed by Adam & The Ants - 2:29
6. Hong Kong Garden performed by Siouxsie & the Banshees - 2:55
7. The Greatest Cockney Rip Off performed by Cockney Rejects - 2:08
8. Reuters performed by Wire - 3:03
9. Alternative Ulster performed by Stiff Little Fingers - 2:44
10. (Get A) Grip (On Yourself) performed by The Stranglers - 4:02
11. Homocide performed by Nine Nine Nine - 3:44
12. The Worker performed by Fischer Z - 3:35
13. 2-4-6-8 Motorway performed by Tom Robinson - 3:18
14. Radio G String performed by Dave Barbarossa / Bow Wow Wow - 2:40
15. Top of the Pops performed by Rezillos - 2:54
16. Attack of the Giant Ants performed by Blondie - 3:24
17. Eighties performed by Killing Joke - 3:38

Search: Damned, Wire, Killing Joke, Blondie, Cockney Rejects, Wire, Damned, Buzzcocks, X-Ray Spex, Siouxsie

Destroy: the rest

b-b-but they're ALL uk artists.

mullygrubber (gaz), Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:41 (fifteen years ago) link

killed by death to thread

the 'surface' 'noise' (electricsound), Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:42 (fifteen years ago) link

Give 'Em the Boot [volume 1... it got worse.. Hellcat Records haha]

1. The Brothels performed by Rancid - 2:57
2. Watch This performed by Slackers - 3:57
3. Can't Wait performed by Hepcat - 3:19
4. New Breed performed by Pietasters - 2:41
5. Spirit of the Streets performed by Business - 1:57
6. Los Hombres No Lloran performed by Voodoo Glow Skulls - 2:50
7. Barroom Heroes performed by Dropkick Murphys - 3:11
8. Does He Love You performed by Skinnerbox - 2:52
9. 17 @ 17 performed by UP-BEAT - 3:03
10. Open Season performed by Stubborn All-Stars - 3:55
11. Beautiful Girl performed by Gadjits - 2:52
12. Roots Radicals performed by Union 13 - 2:38
13. Jaks performed by U.S. Bombs - 2:46
14. Fifteenth and T performed by Swingin' Utters - 2:12
15. Latin Goes Ska performed by Skatalites - 6:14
16. Policeman performed by Silencers - 3:31
17. Heart Like a Lion performed by Pressure Point - 2:14
18. Infested performed by Choking Victim - 2:45
19. No Time performed by F-Minus - :41
20. Playtime performed by Hillyard, David Rocksteady 7 - 4:42

Search: Dropkick Murphys track -- THIS BAND WAS SO HUGE LOCALLY THEN HAHAHA
Destroy: The Rest

This reminds me of hearing about people seeing my high school science teachers smoking a doobie at a Specials show. Ohhhh man.....

I don't know if you're looking for comps that just reissued old stuff, but the first couple Lookout! year-by-year sampler comps were great. Especially Heidi Sez

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:44 (fifteen years ago) link

Oh man, what about that awful Punk-O-Rama series. I remember my mom buying me one (vol. 3?) back in hish school because she saw it at Target and knew i was "into that punk music."

Strangely, it was the CD that got me into my obsessive Tom Waits phase because "Big In Japan" was on it.

Plaster Penguin, Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:50 (fifteen years ago) link


Scream - Ameri-dub
Ignition - Anger Means
Soulside - Name in Mind
Broken Siren - No You Cannot Go
Christ on a Crutch - Off Target
King Face - Dirty Wings
Rain - Worlds at War
3 - Swann Street
Marginal Man - Stones of a Wall
One Last Wish - Burning in the Undertow
Fugazi - In Defense of Humans
Thorns - Responsibility
Fire Party - Pilate
Fidelity Jones - Blood Stone Burn
Red Emma - Candle
Shudder to Think - Let It Ring

stockholm cindy (Jody Beth Rosen), Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:58 (fifteen years ago) link



Aja (aja), Thursday, 13 May 2004 01:59 (fifteen years ago) link

Whoops! I wasn't supposed to post!

Aja (aja), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:00 (fifteen years ago) link

I am too old for this thread.

Also I was born in a city.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:00 (fifteen years ago) link

(ok, that's not the mid '90s, it's the late '80s)

stockholm cindy (Jody Beth Rosen), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:01 (fifteen years ago) link

Also I was born in a city.

me too. and agewise i just barely make the cut.

stockholm cindy (Jody Beth Rosen), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:01 (fifteen years ago) link

Why are we posting then? Just to torment Jon?

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:05 (fifteen years ago) link

No. It's out of love of Jon.

Oh, wait.

Wrong Jon.

Aja (aja), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:08 (fifteen years ago) link

D.I.Y.: Anarchy in the UK: UK Punk I (1976-77)

1. Anarchy in the U.K. [demo version] performed by Sex Pistols - 4:04
2. New Rose performed by Damned - 2:45
3. (I'm) Stranded performed by Saints - 3:33
4. Teenage Depression performed by Eddie & The Hot Rods - 2:58
5. God Save the Queen [demo version] performed by Sex Pistols - 3:35
6. (Get A) Grip (On Yourself) performed by Stranglers - 4:03
7. Neat, Neat, Neat performed by Damned - 2:44
8. In the City performed by Jam - 2:19
9. One Chord Wonders performed by Adverts - 2:37
10. Baby Baby performed by Vibrators - 3:43
11. Lovers of Today performed by Only Ones - 3:14
12. Lookin' After No. 1 performed by Boomtown Rats - 3:11
13. Gary Gilmore's Eyes performed by Adverts - 2:23
14. Your Generation performed by Generation X - 3:20
15. No More Heroes performed by Stranglers - 3:30
16. Oh Bondage, up Yours! performed by X Ray Spex - 2:51
17. Orgasm Addict performed by Buzzcocks - 2:03
18. Don't Dictate performed by Penetration - 2:55
19. 12XU performed by Wire - 1:56

latebloomer (latebloomer), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:10 (fifteen years ago) link

That one's available at my local library.

latebloomer (latebloomer), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:10 (fifteen years ago) link

The second UK Punk one is even better actually:

1. Modern World - The Jam
2. Wild Youth - Generation X
3. (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures - The Rezillos
4. Emergency - 999
5. (There's Gonna Be A) Borstal Breakout - Sham 69
6. Shot by Both Sides - Magazine
7. What Do I Get? - Buzzcocks
8. I Am the Fly - Wire
9. Day the World Turned Day-Glo - X-Ray Spex
10. Suspect Device - Stiff Little Fingers
11. Ain't Got a Clue - Lurkers
12. (I Want to Be An) Anglepoise Lamp - The Soft Boys
13. If the Kids Are United - Sham 69
14. Action Time Vision - Alternative TV
15. Bingo Masters Breakout - The Fall
16. Alternative Ulster - Stiff Little Fingers
17. Hong Kong Garden - Siouxsie & the Banshees
18. Homicide - 999
19. Ambition - Subway Sect

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:12 (fifteen years ago) link

I thought Stiff Little Fingers were Irish?

Aja (aja), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:13 (fifteen years ago) link

I think they are from Northern Ireland.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:15 (fifteen years ago) link


Aja (aja), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:16 (fifteen years ago) link

Haha not that this is a distinction that likely matters much to Rhino.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:16 (fifteen years ago) link

The DIY power pop comps are great too.

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:21 (fifteen years ago) link

To be honest I could never get into any of the American ones.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:21 (fifteen years ago) link

Unless you meant the UK Pop ones which I really couldn't stand.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:22 (fifteen years ago) link

I meant the American ones, but I like the UK ones also.

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:24 (fifteen years ago) link

It's a personal bias, they were pretty well put together (unlike the LA and NYC ones which were kind of weird due to licensing issues apparently.)

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:25 (fifteen years ago) link

the first of the two american power pop diy comps is pretty much my favorite of the whole diy series. i've played it to death.

stockholm cindy (Jody Beth Rosen), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:25 (fifteen years ago) link

Is the first one the one with "I Am The Cosmos" as the closer? Cuz that one is definitely the best of the pop ones IIRC.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:27 (fifteen years ago) link

Haha, I like the second one more!

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:30 (fifteen years ago) link

If we can't reach a power pop consensus, what CAN we agree on?

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:30 (fifteen years ago) link

That UK Punk is better, I hope hahaha.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:31 (fifteen years ago) link

Is the first one the one with "I Am The Cosmos" as the closer?


stockholm cindy (Jody Beth Rosen), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:34 (fifteen years ago) link

You won't catch me with that lasso, SF.

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:34 (fifteen years ago) link

(I think that means it's time to go to bed)

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:35 (fifteen years ago) link

I got a rather nice (albeit crappily done) Castle Communications compilation called 'The Punk Gerneration'. Looking it up now, I find that it's the first in a series of four compilations. Good, in that there was some really not well known bands on it.

ANGELIC UPSTARTS-Police Oppression
UK SUBS-I Live In A Car
THE PARTISANS-Blind Ambition
THE LURKERS-Ain't Got A Clue(live)
THE BLOOD-Stark Raving Normal
BLITZ-Nation On Fire
THE CRACK-Don' Just Sit There
THE GONADS-Punk Rock Will Never Die
INFA RIOT-Kids Of The 80's
SLODGENESSABOUNDS-Two Pints Of Lager(live)

Sasha (sgh), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:35 (fifteen years ago) link

Then all is lost, Col1n.

Alex in SF (Alex in SF), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:36 (fifteen years ago) link

nothing could be worse than the budget comps on Fat Wreck.


Ian Johnson (orion), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:45 (fifteen years ago) link

Tilt, though!

C0L1N B3CK3TT (Colin Beckett), Thursday, 13 May 2004 02:48 (fifteen years ago) link


(I'm British and from the countryside so technically shouldn't be here, but I think these comps were more for me really)

DJ Mencap (DJ Mencap), Thursday, 13 May 2004 08:27 (fifteen years ago) link

One of the first, from 1991 -- "Feel Lucky, Punk?"

Side One

Rocks-Hanging On
Queers-I Don't Wanna Work
Psycho Surgeons-Horizontal Action
Nervous Eaters-Just Head
News-Tell Me Why
Queers-I'm Useless
Violators-N.Y. Ripper
Hollywood Squares-Hillside Strangler
Lewd-Kill Yourself
Rocks-Damn You

Side Two

Unnatural Axe-They Save Hitler's Brain
Rocks-Kick Her Out
Queers-At the Mall
Nervous Eaters-Get Stuffed
Freestone-Bummer Bitch
Mad-I Hate Music
Nasal Boys-Hot Love
Queers-This Place Sucks
Leftovers-I Only Panic When ThereÕs Nothing To Do
Child Molestors-Hillside Strangler
Queers-Kicked Out of the Webelos

I have no idea why there are 4 Queers songs on here -- it seems almost like a joke, but the rest of this is definitive.

Kris (aqueduct), Thursday, 13 May 2004 12:50 (fifteen years ago) link

1. Braindead performed by Assorted Jellybeans - 2:38
2. 700 Club performed by Black Train Jack - 2:28
3. Here We Go performed by Bouncing Souls - 1:58
4. World Needs Changing performed by Funeral Oration - 2:11
5. Transistor Sister performed by High-Fives - 1:50
6. Lonely performed by Hi Standard - 2:23
7. Migraine Shack performed by Humpers - 1:51
8. Ernie performed by Kankersores - 1:15
9. New Girlfriend performed by Mr. T. Experiance - 1:19
10. Punk Rawk Show performed by MxPx - 2:31
11. From Your Boy performed by Queers - 3:35
12. Concern performed by Reset - 2:15
13. Your Perfect World performed by Satanic Surfers - 2:36
14. Cover Up performed by Sicko - 1:57
15. Big 44 performed by Smears - 1:49
16. Oh No (Here We Go Again) performed by Spent Idols - 2:32
17. Frederick's Frost performed by Squirtgun - 1:36
18. My Lie performed by Suspects - 2:33
19. Walkin' performed by Ten Foot Pole - 2:42
20. Softly performed by Trigger Happy - 2:04
21. Take It Back performed by Vandals - 2:00
22. No Kind of Superstar performed by Weston - 2:51
23. Gemein (Mean) performed by Wizo - 2:54
24. Deep End performed by Wynona Riders - 2:38
25. Uma 14 Times performed by Zoinks - 2:51

strongo hulkington (dubplatestyle), Thursday, 13 May 2004 13:05 (fifteen years ago) link

1. Nobody Home performed by Scratch Bongowax - 1:40
2. Come on Back performed by Rattail Grenadier - 2:50
3. Rats performed by Pink Lincolns - 2:09
4. Breakdown performed by Moral Crux - 2:15
5. My Friends Are Getting Famous performed by Screeching Weasel - 2:53
6. How Many Times performed by Beatnik Termites - 2:02
7. Stan the Man performed by Thankless Dogs - 1:41
8. I'm in Trouble Now performed by Vindictives - 2:39
9. Blabbermouth performed by Queers - 1:21
10. Threat performed by Pist - 1:37
11. Diseased performed by Submachine - 2:28
12. Give Up performed by Eight Bark - 1:56
13. Dissension performed by Face To Face - 2:36
14. Casemaker performed by Sinkhole - 1:47
15. performed by Garden Variety - 3:35
16. Sea Foam Green performed by Jawbreaker - 4:08

strongo hulkington (dubplatestyle), Thursday, 13 May 2004 13:08 (fifteen years ago) link

(though i will love the jawbreaker track on that 4eva)

strongo hulkington (dubplatestyle), Thursday, 13 May 2004 13:10 (fifteen years ago) link

This - 'Punk Rock Jukebox' on Blackout - could also go on the tribute thread but here we are

1. I'm Against It - No Brain
2. Bodies - Killing Time
3. I Got Your Number - The Swingin' Utters
4. Go Nowhere - Sweet Diesel
5. Code Blue - The Bouncing Souls
6. In The City - Waterdog
7. I Don't Wanna Hear It - 88 Fingers Louie
8. Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In - Murphy's Law
9. Ready, Steady, Go - Trusty
10. Barbed Wire Love - The Goops
11. Justification - Brody
12. Hit Man - Jughead's Revenge
13. Understand - Outcrowd
14. Police Story - Deadguy
15. I Love Livin' The City - Black Velvet Flag
16. Evil - Awkward Thought
17. I Don't Need Your Lovin' - The New Bomb Turks
18. Guimo's Theme - Plow United
19. Friend - H20
20. Woman - The Turbo AC's
21. Big Takeover - Buzzkill
22. We're Only Gonne Die For Our Own Arrogance - Sublime
23. Civilization Dying - Leeway

DJ Mencap (DJ Mencap), Thursday, 13 May 2004 13:21 (fifteen years ago) link

I'm too old for this thread, but then is all the music being discussed on it.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Thursday, 13 May 2004 19:39 (fifteen years ago) link

Punk-O-Rama to thread! Though I'm from a Canadian city, and as such shouldn't be reading this.

Sym (shmuel), Thursday, 13 May 2004 20:17 (fifteen years ago) link

"I have no idea why there are 4 Queers songs on here -- it seems almost like a joke, but the rest of this is definitive.

-- Kris (branch_ricke...), May 13th, 2004."

Er, 'cause you can't count? There are only five.

Sasha (sgh), Friday, 14 May 2004 00:28 (fifteen years ago) link

(this is a companion piece to the second comp jess posted)

Music for the Proletariat
1. Toe Fry performed by Buzzov·en
2. On a String performed by Dogs On Ice
3. Get Along performed by Everready
4. Lock End performed by Fiddlehead
5. If... performed by Fixtures
6. 22nd/Sundial performed by Friction
7. Kiss the Bottle performed by Jawbreaker
8. Travelers performed by J Church

9. Government Plot performed by Manic Depression
10. Ecology performed by Nations On Fire
11. Power of the Powerless performed by Pissed
12. Someday performed by Political Asylum
13. Wash Away performed by Radon
14. The Solution... performed by Resist
15. Clean Air Burns performed by Schedule
16. Happy Hour performed by Schwartzeneggar
17. Hands Hide Sun performed by Scrog
18. People Like You performed by Seein' Red
19. Forgiveness performed by Sleeper
20. Descant performed by Spoke
21. No Means No performed by Strait Up
22. Black Rose performed by Strawman
23. The Ultimate Apple Flan performed by Thatcher on Acid
24. Prozak performed by Trench
25. Victims of Fashion performed by Unamused
26. Poems on the Underground performed by Wat Tyler

gygax! (gygax!), Friday, 14 May 2004 00:37 (fifteen years ago) link


ddb, Friday, 14 May 2004 15:33 (fifteen years ago) link

fuck J Church. One of the WORST BANDS I HAVE EVER SEEN.

Ian Johnson (orion), Friday, 14 May 2004 15:38 (fifteen years ago) link


gygax! (gygax!), Friday, 14 May 2004 16:05 (fifteen years ago) link


1. Horse Girl performed by Tourettes
2. M.P. Skulkers performed by Cupid Car Club
3. Megabot performed by Starpower
4. Pukulee & Rikulee performed by Boredoms
5. Puffin Stars performed by Helium / Bird Of Paradise
6. Stupid Crazy performed by Spinanes
7. Seven performed by Team Dresch
8. We Are Not Your Entertainers performed by Mukilteo Fairies
9. Anatomically Correct performed by God Is My Co Pilot
10. Rev performed by Severed Lethargy
11. Brixton performed by Rancid
12. Feed the Tree performed by Free Kitten
13. Painfully Obvious performed by Universal Order Of Armageddon
14. Patty Coahuila performed by Pee Chees
15. Roche Limit performed by Starpimp
16. Don the Beachcomber performed by Pell Mell
17. 37 Push Ups performed by Smog
18. Eskinaut performed by Star Sign Scorpio
19. North Pole performed by Hattifatteners
20. Pretty Polly performed by Grouse Moutain Skyride
21. Detox Killer (Erotic Thriller) performed by Fifth Column
22. Pusdog performed by Fleabag
23. I Wish I Was Him performed by Kathleen Hanna

Also, re: J Church:

Okay, here's where I'm going to start a fight. We're all friends here, right? Just stay with me for a moment...

For the longest time, I really didn't care about the new wave of ironic hardcore by bands like the Locust and then Black Dice and now Total Shutdown. I didn't and still don't really like those bands. I thought what they were doing was really silly. But I never thought any of them took themselves seriously, so I never really cared. Besides, the few people that I've met from all of those bands are really quite nice. I always figured, "fair enough, they're nice to me and they probably don't care for J Church either…"

But now it's gone too far. The new wave of totally apathetic / grad school / poseur hardcore has become too much for me to stand. It all has to do with them crossing the line and insulting a musical form that I hold dearly.

I subscribe to the avant-garde newsgroup at Yahoo because I love hearing postings about Bill Dixon, Albert Ayler, Cecil Taylor, etc from people that worked with them if not from the artists themselves. I've never posted because I've never felt I've had anything to contribute. It's just a source of great free information. Avant-garde and free jazz… it's a musical scene that means something, if for no other reason than history. You're talking about the reclaiming of a music form specifically for the African-American community. It was creativity and activism that merged art and politics as equal footed aspects of "cultural" analysis. The very idea of going far beyond the rigid order of traditional jazz and music in general was an abstraction that had direct ramifications on the socio-political landscape of the late `60s and early `70s. If the music world is a microcosm of the world at large, then music constructs had to be questioned like any other one in society… and vice versa. It was counter-culture and DIY methods that pre-cursed Crass and the anarcho punk movement.

It fucking means something to me.

So when I saw a listing in the avant-garde newsgroup for Black Dice and Total Shutdown playing a gig in San Francisco, I was fucking pissed off. These little shits were trying to disguise the fact that they were just a bunch of punk kids who "outgrew" punk and thought that they were really clever if they made a bunch of noise (which is the one aspect of these bands that I do like. But free jazz isn't just what's on the surface) and called themselves "artists". But these fucks take all the pretensions and all the posing, all the bullshit that most people hate so much about the art world and offer no tangible reason to think that they've done something of character or of cultural significance. Art is a mirror and these bands reflect nothing. It's a pose.

Avant-garde and free jazz was inherently connected to black power. Just ask Bill Dixon or anyone from the Art Ensemble of Chicago or Archie Shepp. What do Black Dice and the bands like them have to do with black power? Could they ever do something as ideologically radical?

Now, I haven't cared that much about hardcore in some time. There are still bands out there that I like. But I don't care that much. Still, it makes me sad to think that bands like Black Dice could in anyway be the wave of the future. I like to think that they are an insignificant blip on the map of music history (like J Church, of course). They probably are. But I worry that they are the shape of things to come. It's a shame when that kind of cynicism is the only way to combat the un-imaginative status quo of `90s hardcore. There are still some people in that scene involved for the politics and "art" of it rather than the empty slogans and macho poses. Black Dice are, sadly, the logical extent of Sonic Youth's half ironic interest in hardcore punk. They are the kids that won't really commit to anything because they would rather laugh at it. Shit, Black Dice must be doing something because I haven't been worried about the "state of hardcore" in years.

Hopefully, this will all play itself out. Black Dice aren't gonna survive in the avant-garde world doing what they're doing. They'll have to change and that might be a good thing.

OMG Kathleen Hanna covering Noise Addict? That's so awesome!

gygax! (gygax!), Friday, 14 May 2004 16:25 (fifteen years ago) link

Black Dice are, sadly, the logical extent of Sonic Youth's half ironic interest in hardcore punk.

I don't think Sonic Yoooooth's interest in hardcore was ironic at ALL.

Ian Johnson (orion), Friday, 14 May 2004 16:28 (fifteen years ago) link

it's really not that awesome.

the boredom's song OWNZ

ddb, Friday, 14 May 2004 16:29 (fifteen years ago) link

wow, lance hahn sure is a fucking idiot (though he's right that Total Shutdown sucks).

jack cole (jackcole), Friday, 14 May 2004 16:43 (fifteen years ago) link

he should post to ILM.

gygax! (gygax!), Friday, 14 May 2004 16:49 (fifteen years ago) link

Why didn't I buy that comp? Imagine how cool I would be now if I had bought that for my interest in rancid and ended up liking Boredoms and UOA like.... 8 years earlier...
My friend and I had one that was covers of Sesame Street songs. God what was I thinking? It seemed to have been lost to time, as no traces can be found on Google.

Jocelyn (Jocelyn), Friday, 14 May 2004 20:35 (fifteen years ago) link

fifteen years pass...

I stockpile punk compilations like some folks do with 60s garage rock. I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on the many Anagram "Punk Singles Collections" that came out in the 90s, particularly the ones covering small labels: Good Vibrations, Secret Records, Riot City Records, Raw Records, Small Wonder, Rondelet, Cherry Red, etc. Any of them particularly worth hearing?

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