|Title:||Them And Us (Korea's Punks At Club Spot)|
|Style:||Punk, Hardcore, Ska, Garage Rock, Pop Punk, Oi, Stoner Rock|
|Other format:||MOD DXD AIFF AU AUD AU VOX|
|1||–...Whatever That Means||The Creeps
Written-By – Social Distortion
|2||–...Whatever That Means||Punk Rock Tourist|
Written-By – Operation Ivy
Written-By – The Descendents*
|6||–Plastic Heart||More Volume Please|
|7||–Seoul City Suicides||Love Has Passed Me By
Written-By – Kyuss
|8||–Seoul City Suicides||Heart Attack Jack|
|9||–Burning Hepburn||We're Coming Back
Written-By – Cock Sparrer
|10||–Burning Hepburn||Lust For Life|
Written-By – Operation Ivy
|12||–The Geeks||One Spirit|
|13||–Attacking Forces||A Message To You Rudy
Written-By – The Specials
|14||–Attacking Forces||Empty Space|
|15||–Find The Spot||Have Fun
Written-By – Gang Green
|16||–Find The Spot||We Got No Future|
|17||–Roadrunner||All The Small Things
Written-By – Blink-182
|18||–Roadrunner||Set Your Goal|
|19||–The Swindlers||No Feeling
Written-By – The Sex Pistols*
|20||–The Swindlers||Generation Bomb|
|21||–The Couch||Drinking And Driving
Written-By – The Business
|22||–The Couch||Our Life|
This first compilation album from Seoul, Korea label World Domination, Inc. features 11 Korean bands recorded live at the punk club Club Spot. Each band plays one cover song and one original. 1000 copies were pressed in 2011 with over 200 given away for free in the US during. Whatever That Means tour that December.
This is the 2nd "Them and Us" compilation release from Seoul, Korea label World Domination, Inc. Each track was recorded live at the newly opened Thunderhorse Studios. Each band recorded 1 cover song and 1 original song.
Them and Us: Korea’s Punks at Club Spot is a Korean punk, ska, and hardcore compilation album. It was recorded live-ish at Club Spot in the Hongdae neighborhood of Seoul, Korea in the Fall of 2011 and represents many of the most active bands of the scene at that time.
The 22 track album includes one cover and one original song from each band. This split of songs shows two things, each band’s love of music and introducing themselves to people who don’t know Korea’s punk scene. Them & Us 2: Korea’s Punks at Thunderhorse Studios is presented with a good variety of styles. From Full Garage’s skate punk, Skasucks‘ ska to The Kitsches‘ hardcore and The Veggers‘ garage punk; this album will have a band that you will enjoy
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The history of the punk subculture involves the history of punk rock, the history of various punk ideologies, punk fashion, punk visual art, punk literature, dance, and punk film. Since emerging in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia in the mid-1970s, the punk subculture has spread around the globe and evolved into a number of different forms. The history of punk plays an important part in the history of subcultures in the 20th century.
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