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YDI - A Place In The Sun 7"

$5.00 - On Sale

In the early 1980s, YDI put Philadelphia, PA on the map with their ferocious brand of hardcore. In 1983, they unleashed their debut EP, "A Place In The Sun," on Bloodbubble Records, a label formed by notorious punk/HC promoter "Fat Howard" Saunders (RIP). "A Place In The Sun" is a blistering nine-track blast of HC fury that holds it's own with "Pick Your King," the Negative Approach EP and any other prime example of early American hardcore. Unavailable for over a decade on any format, TKO Records is glad to make this vital piece of American punk history available again. - TKO Records

One of my favorite American hardcore albums, too often overlooked by many. An influence to the likes of Soul Swallower, Mind Eraser, and more. Fucked up and noisy.