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Toxic Reasons - Kill By Remote Control album flac

  • Performer: Toxic Reasons
  • Title: Kill By Remote Control
  • Size FLAC ver: 1222 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1984
  • Style: Hardcore, Punk
  • Other formats: AA DXD MPC MMF AHX WAV APE
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
Toxic Reasons - Kill By Remote Control album flac

Tracklist

Stuck In A Rut 2:37
Destroyer 2:37
Jrs. Friends 1:41
Revolution? 3:31
Powercrazed 2:39
No Pity 2:50
Limited Nuclear War 2:21
Looking At The World 2:34
Break The Bank 2:41
Harvest 3:55

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SILO 4 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Album) Sixth International SILO 4 US 1984
VIRUS 41 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP) Alternative Tentacles VIRUS 41 UK 1984
SILO 4 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Album, TP) Sixth International SILO 4 US 1984
Virus 41 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Gre) Alternative Tentacles Virus 41 UK 1984




Kill by Remote Control. Release group by Toxic Reasons.

Kill by Remote Control.

Toxic Reasons were an American punk rock band, formed in 1979. The band released nine full-length studio albums between 1982 and 1995. Toxic Reasons formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1979. The founding members were Bruce Stuckey (bass guitar and vocals), Joel Agne (guitar and vocals), Ed Pittman (lead vocals) and Mark Patterson (drums). In 1980, Agne left the band and was replaced by Greg Stout on bass, while Stuckey switched to lead guitar.

Nom du groupe Toxic Reasons. Nom de l'album Kill by Remote Control. Date de parution 1984. Labels Alternative Tentacles Records. Style MusicalPunkcore. Membres poss├Ędant cet album0. More albums from Toxic Reasons. No Peace in Our Time.

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Comments (5)

Zymbl
Another thing I wanna mention about the Punk scene in Omaha, Nebraska from the 80's when this album came out by Toxic Reasons. This album is the very definition of Punk. Period. That's all that needs to be said about that. All of you new so-called Punkers of the 2000's & newer... you can all bite me! But no worries. I do understand what you are trying to say or prove. I have to remember that I was once young & rebellious, liked to listen to my music loud & wanted to fuck on the floor. I'm 48 now & still love the same music now that I did then. I'm still rebellious, like my music loud & still wanna fuck on the floor!! lol!! If you Punks wanna check out some great music by a Punk band from Omaha, Nebraska, check out an album by a group named Apathy. It was only released on vinyl. I have it & will listen to it until the day I die. It's phenominal. Seth Deth on lead vocals with real-life brothers on Guitar & Bass & the incredibly underated & talented Mark Blackman on drums. Mark also played drums for another band called No Heroes. At their last show, my friend & lead vocalist Jazun Lankford dedicated their last song to me which was a cover of the Misfits's "20 Eyes". I will never forget that show. No Heroes had "Phil" on Bass & another greal guitarist from Omaha by the name of Paul Merky. Unfortunately, No Heroes never made an official album, just played live shows. But I have a cassette tape of about 9 or 10 of their songs & they rock!!. If you EVER get the remote chance(very doubtful) to find a bootleg of No Heroes from Omaha, NEbraska ... buy it!! You will not be disappointed!! & then I am going to mention 2 honorable mentions of Punk bands from Omaha. Paul Merky of No Heroes also played guitar for a band called R.A.F. They put out 1 album and only on cassette. If you can ever find it, buy it!! It's called R.A.F.- No Time. Tim Cox is the lead voaclist here & the famous Darreck Higgins on Bass who incidentally plays Bass & does lead vocals for my 2nd honorable mention which is Derrick's baby. It's aband called Digital Sex. Again, if you can find it, buy it!! ok, that's all I got for now.Take care all of you Punks out there. Be safe. Be good. Well, not too good!! Raise hell. & FIGHT THE SYSTEM!!
elektron
Toxic Reasons was truly one of the best "Do-it-Yourself" bands of the Midwest. I was lucky enough to have seen them live 3 different times. And I was born, raised & live in Omaha, Nebraska!! Growing up Punk in the mid 80's was the coolest & really shaped me into who I am today. Loved the "$3 for 5 bands" shows, the mosh pits, the attitude, all the Punk, HC & Thrash bands, the rebellious dress(Converse canvas shoes, ripped jeans, concert-shirts, peirced ears, spiked hair, wristbands & my Powell Peralta R.I.P. custom made skateboard!!), show flyers, record shows where you bought bootleg CD's & records of live shows of your favorite bands, Maximum Rock n' Roll & Thrasher Magazines, Band stickers & buttons, and well , you get the idea!! ANd part of all that was Toxic Reasons. I own their 1st three albums all on vinyl. In my opinion, Kill By Remote Control was their best effort of them all. There's one song I don't really care for at all, but the 3 songs I love the most make up for it & then some!! My favorite best songs on this album are: Destroyer, Jrs Friends & No Pity. Honorable Mentions: Revolution? & Limited Nuclear War. I recorded this album onto a premium quality cassette to listen to & must have played that thing hundreds of times. What is a cassette you ask? Bahh! Kids nowadays don't know what good Punk music is. This was before the internet. Hell, this was before CD's. Yeah, it's that old. But it can kick the ass of any new Punk music of today. Toxic Reasons is what good Punk music is all about. They may be gone, but they'll never be forgotten. Thanks guys.
Steel balls
Some copies of this record came out on green vinyl, I have a copy and have seen two maybe three more over the years.
Ynap
the alternative tentacles release wasn't just a uk pressing, it was also released in the states. This album was for the most part stolen from T.R. by Alt. Ten. The A.T. version was not pressed using the master tapes. After a little legal dispute both sides discontinued the album, Bruce & Tuffty destroyed the master tapes with a magnet and tossed em'. "This album will never see the light of day again!" as I was told by tuffty as he signed the record.
Nilabor
Quite a different sound and a slightly different line up than on the first TR album, "Independence," yet somehow the boys from Dayton overcome the dreaded Sophomore curse and do so with flying colors. The result is something fresh and musically more complex than their debut full length. And as much as I love the D.O.A.-inspired debut, I feel it is here on "Kill By Remote control" that the band makes their ultimate musical statement. Here is where TR dared to step out of the shadows of their mentors and truly become their own band, fusing a mix of traditional-style Brit punk with U.S. hardcore flavor and maybe even a smidge of hardrock. I love every song on this album. Rather than write a dozen songs in the same style, it seems that the band approached each song as its own entity and it just so happens that they all work well together. And that is what a good album is supposed to do."Destroyer" is the thrasher of the bunch, no doubt appearing on hundreds of mix tapes around the world, including a few of my own. But I also dig the melancholy plod of "Harvest," the swagger of "Stuck In A Rut" and the cool sing-along parts of "Revolution?" "Kill By Remote Control" is perhaps the finest U.S. punk/hc record of 1984. If not the finest, then certainly in the top five. Yet sadly, this one doesn't get the the props it deserves. As a matter of fact, the band doesn't get the props they deserve. Maybe it is because everything they did AFTER this album is kinda blah, but hey, any band would be lucky to write two albums as good as "Independence" and "Kill by Remote Control." Maybe they should have stopped right here and left a perfect discography.I have heard grumblings for a few years about a CD reissue of "Kill By Remote Control" coming on Artifix Records with bonus tracks but so far it has not seen the light of day. In the meanwhile punkers everywhere will have to settle for taped copies, CDrs, downloads and used vinyl. If you are hunting used vinyl, keep your eyes peeled for the UK version with different (cooler!) cover art and TWO extra songs.

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