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Yuppicide Streams Compilation

Posted Oct. 3, 2010, 3:57 a.m. in MP3s by Jon E.

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Brooklyn’s legendary hardcore punk outfit, Yuppicide, is proud to announce the release of Anthology ’88-’98, a two disc collection of remastered Yuppicide tracks taken from their decade long heyday, out now on Dead City Records. This long-awaited reissue of classic Yuppicide songs features all of the music the band recorded from 1988-1998, including rare, unreleased tracks, complimented by a 24-page full color booklet filled with lyrics, rare photos, flyers, and more. 

            “ After having the luxury of time off and a few years away from the stage and studio, we realized that we had amassed a substantial back catalogue of material,” explains guitarist, Steve Karp.  “Folks were still clamoring to own a piece of Yuppicide's musical legacy, and no expense has been spared to compile this collection.  All the music has been lovingly remastered by NYHC legend, Don Fury, and the package is chock full of rare songs, as well as the material from the LP's, lyrics, and tons of photos and art

            Anthology ’88-’98 is available for purchase through the Dead City webstore at: http://www.deadcityny.com/DCStorepage.htm.

            A 12-song sampler of the double-disc set, featuring songs from every chapter of Yuppicide’s distinguished career, can be streamed online now at: http://www.ampmagazine.com/4514/yuppicide-streaming-anthology-88-98/.

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