|A||Loud Fast Rules||3:10|
|B||Run Run Run||3:04|
|CB570||Stimulators*||Loud Fast Rules (7")||Not On Label (The Stimulators Self-released)||CB570||US||1980|
|FRT113-7||Stimulators*||Loud Fast Rules! (7", EP, Ltd, RE, RM, Pin)||Frontier Records||FRT113-7||US||2018|
|FRT 113-7, FRT113-7||Stimulators*||Loud Fast Rules! (7", EP, Ltd, RE, RM, Pin)||Frontier Records, Frontier Records||FRT 113-7, FRT113-7||US||2018|
Loud Fast Rules by Stimulators, released 05 October 2010 1. Facts 2. Crazy House Rock 3. Cradle Robber 4. Dancing In The Front Lines 5. Hopeless 6. Blind Ambition 7. Not The Same 8. . After all, are there any three words that sum up the punk sound better than Loud Fast Rules! ? Live at The Pier in Raleigh, 1981.
Loud Fast Rules!, 03:07. You Will Never Break My Heart, 02:33. Now playing: Pet Shop Boys Thursday (feat.
Verbicide says Loud Fast Rules! is "a pivotal piece of New York music history, an album that influenced a generation of underground musicians not just in New York, but the world over". STIMULATORS – Loud Fast Rules! tell a friend: verbicidemagazine. ROIR: Stimulators "Loud Fast Rules!" CD, LP. This record is a must for any self-respecting punk’s collection. After all, are there any three words that sum up the punk sound better than Loud Fast Rules! ? roir-usa.
Artist: The Stimulators. Album: New York Thrash. The Stimulators - Keepin' It Going Rhythm Fever, 2014 04:24. The Stimulators - Tumbao Bonito Pirate Music, 2014 05:33. Artist: The Stimulators.
Stimulators released a live cassete on ROIR and an even rarer 7inch after this that got two songs from the ROIR tape. All scans are up here except for the insert. The front sleeve is one of my all time faves along with Insults-Stiff Love. Country: USA Year: 1980 Label: Slef Released Format: 7″ Songs: Loud Fast Rules. This entry was posted in 1980. The Mad – Fried Egg . 7″. The First Steps – Anywhere Else But Here . 7″ →. 51 Responses to The Stimulators – Loud Fast Rules 7″. Pingback: Good Bad Music For Bad, Bad Times! E. says
Loud Fast Rules! (lp - roir 8313). The Stimulators were a band who existed in the gray area between two eras of punk rock - their earliest performances dated from the latter days of New York Punk's first wave, while they were clearly beginning to favor the more manic and aggressive hardcore style that was taking over when they recorded their first and only album, Loud Fast Rules!, during a gig in Raleigh, NC in the summer of 1981. However, Loud Fast Rules! Never quite settles on one style, and it's never strong enough at either approach to gel into a single, unified sound.
The Stimulators, the band that featured a 13 year old Harley Flanagan on drums, will be re-releasing their only album, Loud Fast Rules!. The album was originally released in 1982 via ROIR records. However, Flanagan has stated that the re-issue will be out via Frontier Records.