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By: Jonathan Kenny 8 months ago

Listening to this on vinyl as a 45-year-old is so different from listening to it on a tape dubbed from another dubbed tape as an 18-year-old is such a different experience. Both awesome.

By: Nate Miller over 1 year ago

It’s available now, through multiple online stores including here. I can’t make sense of the versioning, but I don’t care.

The back of the album says 1991-2009 dischord.
This LP is $11.00 plus postage from dischord.

The online dischord price is $18 plus shipping.
I haven’t been able to find a copy of this used or new in any record store for over a year- and now dischord has it, hard times has it, Brooklyn vegan has it…

Either a fresh repress happened, or a few old crates were cracked.

By: Lynne Walter over 1 year ago

Hey, all,

Any chance "Steady Diet of Nothing" is being reissued on vinyl in the near future? Thanks!

Lynne

By: Skyler Sheppard over 6 years ago

The first time I listened to this, I wasn't as impressed. Over time though it has grown on me and become a favorite. Alot of different layers to this album. Some of the best bass lines in their catalogue can be found here. Long division is my personal favorite.

By: Brian P Price over 10 years ago

Perhaps the least-cited, or most over-looked Fugazi LP, but for some reason, the one I listen to the most to this day.

By: Daniel Read almost 11 years ago

To some of my friends at the time, this album was confusing...As I recall, many in my circle who found Repeater and 13 Songs so accessible, even fun, were not so sure about this "new direction" as they saw it. Not for me. I was lucky enough to see the band play in 89 and 90, but Steady Diet of Nothing was the point where I doubled down as a Fugazi fan. I listened to this record A LOT. Right away I realized that something musically and lyrically was going on with this band that transcended whatever boxes people wanted them to stay in. Fugazi carried me through the rest of the decade.

By: Justin Lutz about 11 years ago

RECLAMATION

By: Aldo Benincasa over 12 years ago

Reclamation ... an amazing song

By: Karl Parnell almost 13 years ago

Very cool, yet another flavor of unique from Fugazi!

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Dischord 060 Fugazi Steady Diet of Nothing

This is Fugazi's second full-length record, released in 1991.

The CD was remastered at Silver Sonya in 2004.

This 12" LP was re-cut and re-issued in September 2009.

This pressing is on Metallic Silver vinyl.

Originally Released: 1991

Ian MacKaye vocals & guitar
Guy Picciotto vocals & guitar
Joe Lally bass
Brendan Canty drums

1. Exit Only
2. Reclamation
3. Nice New Outfit
4. Stacks
5. Latin Roots
6. Steady Diet
7. Long Division
8. Runaway Return
9. Polish
10. Dear Justice Letter
11. KYEO
Recorded At
Inner Ear Studios
Produced By
Fugazi