Breakdown "Runnin' Scared" Compilation LP
540 Records and Painkiller present one of the most important and, yep, best, New York Hardcore recordings on vinyl for the first time EVER, with “Running Scared,” the second demo in Breakdown’s Both Demos set. This is music to wear a Mr. Peanut t-shirt to, to lace up your Spot-Bilt sneakers and stagedive into a pike of Daisy Dukes and Village Voice back-issues. On this 540 and Painkiller split release you will find: The Running Scared demo, from 1988, recorded in The Loft studios in Bronxville, near the parkway, and previously unreleased versions of All I Ask and Hold Me Back--the latter basically a new Breakdown song that you can't get anywhere else except for this thing--and their WNYU session from 1989. The demo is as good as any hardcore record ever, and the band is as good as any band. It’s on vinyl now, finally, so buy this thing, put on a ringer tee, spill spaghetti sauce on it and start spreading the credit around.
Tracks A1-A5 recorded September 1988 at The Loft, Bronxville, NY
Originally released as the "Runnin' Scared" tape
Tracks A6-A7 recorded March 26, 1988 at Giant Studios, NYC
Tracks A8-A10, B1-B8 recorded and broadcast live on WNYU Radio's Crucial Chaos, March 10, 1989
Check out the demo on YouTube Breakdown "Runnin' Scared"
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