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    Agnostic Front

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Jailbreak lyrics
    2My War lyrics
    3Final War lyrics
    4Nothing's Free lyrics
    5Standing On My Own lyrics
    6Remind Them lyrics
    7Crucified lyrics
    8Another Voice lyrics
    9Blinded lyrics
    10Shoot His Load lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1One Voice [1992]
    2Victim In Pain [1984]
    3Riot! Riot! Upstart [1999]
    4Another Voice [2005]
    5Something's Gotta Give [1998]
    6Dead Yuppies [2001]
    7Cause for Alarm [1986]
    8Liberty And Justice For All [1987]
    9United Blood [EP] [1983]
    10Nyhc: Barks Of The Underdog [2006]


    Originally comprising Roger Miret (vocals), Vinnie Stigma (guitar), Adam Moochie (bass) and Dave Jones (drums), Agnostic Front were the epitome of New York hardcore bands of the mid-80s. Growing up onstage at CBGB's, like many of that scene's participants, as their career progressed they adopted elements that instead identified them more with the heavy metal scene. Politically not the most circumspect of bands, even by hard rock's standards, their avowed right-wing stance and staunch nationalism served to set them apart from other punk and hardcore bands. With new members Rob Kabula (bass) and Jim Colletti (drums) completing the formidable early line-up, Miret spat out the lyrics on their classic debut with quite remarkable ferocity (he apparently spent his spare time breeding pit bull terriers). Several break-ups disrupted the recording of Cause For Alarm, which featured new members Alex Kinon (guitar) and Louie Beatto (drums), and shortly afterwards Kinon, Beatto and Kabula all departed. The core duo of Miret and Stigma were joined by guitarist Steve Martin, bass player Alan Peters and drummer Will Shepler, although shortly before the release of Liberty & Justice For ... Peters was replaced by Craig Setari. Guitarist Matt Henderson replaced Martin on One Voice, an album that featured lyrics written by Miret during an 18-month prison sentence on drugs charges. Although their reputation grew over the years, little changed in Agnostic Front's musical formula, their principal strength always remaining the live arena. They played their last live show together at CBGB's on 20 December 1992. Miret's younger brother, Freddy Cricien, meanwhile, formed Madball with other former members of Agnostic Front. The band reunited in the late-90s with the returning Kabula and a new drummer, Jimmy Collette, touring to support their new album Something's Gotta Give.

    Victim In Pain (Rat Cage 1984)***, Cause For Alarm (Combat Core 1986)**, Liberty & Justice For ... (Combat 1987)***, Live At CBGB (In-Effect/Relativity 1989)**, One Voice (Relativity 1992)***, Last Warning (Relativity 1993)***, Raw Unleashed (Grand Theft Audio 1995)**, Something's Gotta Give (Epitaph 1997)***, Riot, Riot Upstart (Epitaph 1999)***, Dead Yuppies (Epitaph 2001)***.

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