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Chronic Disorder - Chronic Disorder mp3 track

MP3 1336 mb. | FLAC 1757 mb. | WMA 1904 mb.

Performer: Chronic Disorder
Title: Chronic Disorder
Country: US
Released: 1985
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: APE WAV MP3 WMA DTS RA AHX

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Final Line 2:02
A2 Not Funny (Fascist Cliques) 1:32
A3 Fire 1:33
A4 Amnesia 3:30
A5 My God 2:11
A6 Waiting 2:30
A7 A Sort Of Serenade 2:11
A8 I See Red 2:28
B1 A Waltz/Blood & Honour 2:06
B2 The Gods Are Laughing At Us 1:25
B3 Nostalgia
Music By – U.B.R.
B4 Cold War 1:10
B5 America 2:15
B6 Away 3:39
B7 Starting Over 2:09
B8 Leave Us Alone 3:40

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Chronic Disorder
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chronic Disorder
  • Pressed By – A+R Record Manufacturing Corporation – x504X87


  • Bass – Micke Mansfield
  • Drums – Brian*, Richard Germain
  • Engineer [Most Songs] – Douglas K. Snyder
  • Engineer [The Rest Of The Songs] – Randy
  • Guitar – Jon*
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Glynn Richards
  • Photography By [Lyric Sheet Photos] – Chuck Dubé
  • Producer [Most Songs] – Chronic Disorder
  • Producer [The Rest Of The Songs] – Chuck Dubé
  • Sequenced By – Rob Banks
  • Vocals, Guitar – Spit Respectable
  • Written-By – C.D.*


First pressing, 300 copies with silk-screened cover.
Side one label says, "Spit Man And The Masters Of The Universe". Side two label says, "Big Smelly Fish".
2 inserts with photos, lyrics and credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): x504X87-A EG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): x504X87-A EG

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UA 1004 Chronic Disorder Debut LP ‎(LP, Album, RP) Gustav Records UA 1004 US 1985

Profile: American hardcore/punk band from South Windsor, Connecticut.

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