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By: Aldo Benincasa almost 8 years ago permalink

i remember my old days of youth... i had it in vinyl ....really emotional songs

By: David R. Hill about 8 years ago permalink

This record just plain SLAMS both sonically and lyrically. A record that still informs and inspires me. And the topics are more relevant than ever unfortunately...

By: Charles Michie about 8 years ago permalink

I very well know who Fugazi is and where they come from, but I Can't help but think that the songs Ian sing on (especially Styrofoam) that this is what D.Boon's music would sound like if he were alive today.

By: Eric Brousseau over 8 years ago permalink

The First Fugazi i have ever heard back in the days. Since, i've became SxE and I bought all of their albums. This one is one of my favorite album of all time !

By: Jason R Nelson almost 9 years ago permalink

I found this at my local record store when I was 12 years old, on cassette. I had no idea who Fugazi were at the time, but I was drawn to this album. And this album changed everything for me. It shattered my conception of what music could do and be. Probably the most important album of my life.

By: Simon Pickles almost 9 years ago permalink

This album changed my life...

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Dischord 045 Fugazi Repeater + 3 Songs

This is Fugazi's first full-length record, released in 1990. CD includes 3 songs from the #043 7 Inch.

This album (minus the songs from the seven Inch) is also available on a re-mastered 12" LP.

Originally Released:
CD Remastered:
Ian MacKaye
vocals & guitar
Guy Picciotto
vocals & guitar
Joe Lally
Brendan Canty

1. Turnover + queue
2. Repeater + queue
3. Brendan #1 + queue
4. Merchandise + queue
5. Blueprint + queue
6. Sieve-Fisted Find + queue
7. Greed + queue
8. Two Beats Off + queue
9. Styrofoam + queue
10. Reprovisional + queue
11. Shut the Door + queue
12. Song #1 + queue
13. Joe #1 + queue
14. Break-In + queue
Recorded At
Inner Ear Studios
Produced By
Ted Niceley