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MDC - Millions Of Dead Cops

Tracklist

1Business On Parade1:25
2Greedy & Pathetic1:18
3Violent Rednecks0:32
4I Hate Work0:51
5John Wayne Was A Nazi1:56
6I Remember
Written-By – Dave Alpert, MDC
1:53
7My Family Is A Little Weird1:49
8American Achievements2:08
9Kill The Light1:10
10Church & State0:27
11Dead Cops1:54
12Corporate Deathburger1:11
13Born To Die1:53
14Dick For Brains1:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MDC 1M.D.C. Millions Of Dead Cops ‎(LP, Album, Red)R Radical RecordsMDC 1US1982
MDC-1M.D.C. Millions Of Dead Cops ‎(LP, Album, RP, W/Lbl, Ora)Not On Label (MDC Self-released)MDC-1US1982
MDC 1MDC Millions Of Dead Cops ‎(LP, Album, RE)R Radical RecordsMDC 1USUnknown
BCR222-1M.D.C. Millions Of Dead Cops ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Eas)Beer City RecordsBCR222-1US2017
WB 3-109-1MDC Millions Of Dead Cops ‎(LP, Album, TP)We Bite RecordsWB 3-109-1GermanyUnknown

Credits

  • Artwork [Back Cover Drawing]Buxf Dicks
  • Artwork [Front Cover Adapted By]Carlos Lowry
  • Backing VocalsBuxf, J.J., Tammy
  • BassFranc'o
  • Bass [Hot Bass Licks On Half This Album]Mike Offender
  • Drums [Stix]Alschvitz
  • Engineer [Mastering]Eric Wolfe
  • Engineer [Recording]Dan Yaney
  • Guitar [Gits]Ron
  • Lyrics By [Words], Music ByMDC
  • Vocals [Guts]David

Notes

Third US pressing. Heavy cardboard cover, brown-colored inside. Actual printed catalog number on label does not have a dash, but a space instead. Run out groove does have a dash. Includes lyric insert, no Remix information printed.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MDC-1-A RE 3 EW L-11423
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MDC-1-B RE 3 EW L-11423-X

Companies

  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-11423

Info

Millions of Dead Cops is the debut studio album by the American hardcore punk band MDC. It was originally self-released in February 1982, being reissuedremixed through their own label R Radical with help from Alternative Tentacles later that year. Today it is considered a hardcore punk classic. The album was re-released by Twisted Chords in June 1988 as Millions of Dead CopsMore Dead Cops with 13 bonus tracks including both tracks from the John Wayne Was a Nazi single, the Multi-Death Corporations. MDC Millions of Dead Cops is an American punk rock band formed in Austin, Texas in 1981. The band. Songs in album MDC - Millions Of Dead Cops 1982. MDC - Business On Parade. MDC - Dead Cops - Americas So Straight. MDC - Born To Die. MDC - Corporate Deathburger. Doomed - Millions Of Dead Cops, The Restarts. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. MDC Millions of Dead Cops is an American hardcore punk band formed in Austin, Texas in 1979. The band was subsequently based in San Francisco, California, and are currently based in Portland, Oregon. Originally formed as The Stains before changing their name, the band also changed their name to a different initialism of MDC with every new record released. MDC released material via ex-Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra's independent record label Alternative Tentacles. Millions of Dead Cops Tracklist. Business on Parade Lyrics. Millions Of Dead Cops LP, Album. Alternative Tentacles. VIRUS 26. Vendi questa versione. MDC 1. Millions Of Dead Cops LP, Album, RE. Beer City Records. BCR175-2. BCR175-1. Millions Of Dead Cops LP, Album, RE, RM. from the album Hey Cop, If I Had a Face Like Yours. MDC Millions of Dead Cops 1991

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MDC - Millions Of Dead Cops

Performer: MDC

Title: Millions Of Dead Cops

Country: US

Release date: 1982

Label: R Radical Records

Style: Punk

Catalog: MDC 1

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2495 mb

Size FLAC: 1603 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 143

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue

Related to MDC - Millions Of Dead Cops

Androwyn
i bought this lp back in 1984 i still have it and love it as much now as i did then, this is without a doubt one of the best hardcore punk records ever made from that time and i also enjoyed most everything else mdc has done, anyway i belive this is the first pressing of this lp, i always went to see these guys live back 30 years ago and they even put on some of the best shows in those days, my only warning to ANY hardcore punk fan that is somehow not familer with this lp is check out there political stances first as if you are to the right in anyway this may piss you off as mdc have always been an anarcho punk band, STILL about 7 or 8 years back i found out they where playing so for old times sake i went to the gig, i sadly did not run into ANY of the old mdc fans from the early to late 80s, it was all kids under 23 (im guessing) they where dressed the same as they where back in the 80s but all young new new faces, im not sure where the kids are at today but i found it ironic that 85% of them where talking on cell phones, texting and giving out there e mail adresses oh and yes holding up the annoying phones getting live shots of the band and watching the show through there phones so much for anti establishment........ im a few years shy of 50 as i write this and I STILL DONT HAVE A CELL PHONE OR ANY OF THAT CRAP, i just have this laptop here AT HOME where it belongs........
Androwyn
i bought this lp back in 1984 i still have it and love it as much now as i did then, this is without a doubt one of the best hardcore punk records ever made from that time and i also enjoyed most everything else mdc has done, anyway i belive this is the first pressing of this lp, i always went to see these guys live back 30 years ago and they even put on some of the best shows in those days, my only warning to ANY hardcore punk fan that is somehow not familer with this lp is check out there political stances first as if you are to the right in anyway this may piss you off as mdc have always been an anarcho punk band, STILL about 7 or 8 years back i found out they where playing so for old times sake i went to the gig, i sadly did not run into ANY of the old mdc fans from the early to late 80s, it was all kids under 23 (im guessing) they where dressed the same as they where back in the 80s but all young new new faces, im not sure where the kids are at today but i found it ironic that 85% of them where talking on cell phones, texting and giving out there e mail adresses oh and yes holding up the annoying phones getting live shots of the band and watching the show through there phones so much for anti establishment........ im a few years shy of 50 as i write this and I STILL DONT HAVE A CELL PHONE OR ANY OF THAT CRAP, i just have this laptop here AT HOME where it belongs........
Windforge
I'm with you Guy's 100%, I think this record changed my whole outlook on Hardcore Punk, and what it was and meant to me.Awesome and intensely fast Hardcore Punk with excellent and Intelligent lyrics I LOVE MDC!
Windforge
I'm with you Guy's 100%, I think this record changed my whole outlook on Hardcore Punk, and what it was and meant to me.Awesome and intensely fast Hardcore Punk with excellent and Intelligent lyrics I LOVE MDC!
Barinirm
I agree emphatically with BillSwingo. This is one of the best albums of this genre to be put to vinyl. Beginning-to-end an absolute classic. It seems to have been re-pressed (2010?) and AFAICT, thoughtfully /not/ remastered (~180G with insert, etc) - preserving all of the original dynamics. After revisiting this slab multiple times I am hard pressed to find anything to top it (DK's FFFRV, CJ's Group Sex, Nihilistics, Bad Brains ...). I can't say more about this other than to command you to go out and get a copy of this on vinyl and CRANK IT UP!
Barinirm
I agree emphatically with BillSwingo. This is one of the best albums of this genre to be put to vinyl. Beginning-to-end an absolute classic. It seems to have been re-pressed (2010?) and AFAICT, thoughtfully /not/ remastered (~180G with insert, etc) - preserving all of the original dynamics. After revisiting this slab multiple times I am hard pressed to find anything to top it (DK's FFFRV, CJ's Group Sex, Nihilistics, Bad Brains ...). I can't say more about this other than to command you to go out and get a copy of this on vinyl and CRANK IT UP!
Vishura
The best thing the band ever did and a flawless hardcore masterpiece. Before this album, they were merely good. This album is the pinacle of hardcore in every respect. After this album, they got pretty mushy. Oh, sure, there's a good song or two on each of the later albums, but here is where MDC nailed it. A perfect moment captured on vinyl.
Vishura
The best thing the band ever did and a flawless hardcore masterpiece. Before this album, they were merely good. This album is the pinacle of hardcore in every respect. After this album, they got pretty mushy. Oh, sure, there's a good song or two on each of the later albums, but here is where MDC nailed it. A perfect moment captured on vinyl.
Quemal
I totally agree. This was both one of the most aggressive, and musically accomplished HC records, second only to Bad Brains debut Imo. It's also one of.the only hardcore records that I still listen to regularly.
Quemal
I totally agree. This was both one of the most aggressive, and musically accomplished HC records, second only to Bad Brains debut Imo. It's also one of.the only hardcore records that I still listen to regularly.