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Vapaudenristi ‎- Demo 2010

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Demo 2010 is a five track EP by Vapaudenristi ‎that was originally self-released in 2010. This album is RAC, and one of my favorite RAC albums by one of my favorite RAC bands.

This album has such an awesome sound and vibe to it. Its really lively and has a lot of personality to it. Its really rocking and some of the tracks sound somewhat uplifting. This album doesn’t really have the menacing vibe that a lot of RAC has, this makes for a really unique listening experience. The melodies in this album are awesome, the guitars are on point, and the rough vocals sound great.

Listen to this album here

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Blink 1488 – Enema of the Caliphate

frontEnema of the Caliphate is an album by Blink 1488 that was released in 2016. I have no clue what label this was released on but I found it on Hammerstorm. This album is RAC and Pop Punk.

Blink 1488 and an alt-right neo nazi Blink 182 cover band. This band is really funny because its happy totally normal sounding pop punk tunes, then the lyrics are all NS, white supremacist, and anti-refugee. Not going to lie, I’m not a fan of pop punk at all. But, the absurdity of this band is awesome and actually made the songs good in my opinion.

You can download it for free here (the server sucks so it takes a long time to download)

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Max Resist – Aces and Eights: The Best of Max Resist

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Aces And Eights: The Best Of Max Resist is an album by Max Resist that was released in 2010 on Max Resist Productions. This is a best of album, just for reference the band formed in 1991. This album is RAC.

This album has very heavy punk vibes in it. I almost never listen to stuff that has this kind of sound, but I like Max Resist, they’re one of the exceptions. This is a great album though with 21 tracks of punk and rock n’ roll inspired RAC.

Listen to this album here

Definite Hate – Welcome To The South

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Welcome To The South is an album by Definite Hate that was originally released in 2005 on NorthX Records. This album is RAC.

This album definitely has a hard rock and punk sound to it. The album has a unique sound to it, the vocals aren’t rough at all. The vocals are interesting this, they’re very monotone and stay at one consistent pitch and energy throughout the album. They’re very clear and easy to tell what he’s being said, which is a heavy focus point in their music. Lyrics are of course full of a bunch of racist stuff and is trying to spread a message that white people need to rise up and what not. The album also has an odd sense of cheesiness to it, most apparent in the title/opening track “Welcome To The South”, but that just makes me like it more.

Also, these guys don’t fuck around. The member, Wade Michael Page, did a mass shooting in a Sikh temple in 2012, killing six people, and injuring four others. After being shot by police he committed suicide. You can read more about it here if interested: Did this nigga think Indians did 9/11?

Happy 4th of July everybody~!
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Check out some tracks from this awesome album below, and also if you’re new here my racist music disclaimer:

 

Platoon Fourteen – The Things I Hate!

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The Things I Hate! is an EP by Platoon Fourteen (sometimes written Platoon 14) that was released on Imperium Records in 2004. This EP is RAC.

This is a really good EP. The energy in it is great and feels very active. The sound of the album is very punky and sounds perfect for a bunch of skinhead youth to mosh to. The lyrics are full of hateful racist stuff and the vocal style fits the feel of the EP very well and is one of the biggest things that help create that feel. The EP is full of chanting various things too like “skinhead! skinhead!” and “seig heil!”, which again gives it that great oi sound.

Listen to this EP here
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Midtown Bootboys – Unfinished Business

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Unfinished Business is an album by Midtown BootBoys that was released in 1996 on Stormfront Records. This album is RAC, Midtown BootBoys are also one of my favorite RAC bands.

As you may expect from the band name, this band is from The South, Oklahoma to be exact. Their geographical location definitely had an influence on their music, it has a great Southern sound to it. This album also has the kind of sound/vibe that I prefer RAC to have. Lots of the melodies sound upbeat, oddly happy, and dare I say, sometimes resembles the King Of The Hill theme song. I love the juxtaposition of the happy melodies and the extremely hateful lyrics, this is one of my favorite things about RAC and Midtown BootBoys definitely deliver that. The vocals are in that great gritty voiced punkish style that is expected with the genre. The lyrical themes often consist of white power/white pride, racism, extreme (and completely unwarranted) violence and hate towards blacks, and of course, getting drunk on train tracks and getting in fights.

Listen to this awesome album here
Also check out the new racist music disclaimer thingy-ma-jig. Shows my views on racist music, and also if an employer somehow found this blog they can see I’m not racist! Read it here:

Macht & Ehre – Herrenrasse

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Herrenrasse is an album by Macht & Ehre that was self-released in 1997. Macht & Ehre is a German neo-nazi band that formed in a Berlin prison in 1991. The genre for this is RAC, Rock Against Communism, despite the name the genre is very skinhead / neonazi and is mostly racist and not about communism.

This is mostly a hard rock album with some punk tones. The vocals are pretty cool, they sound like they could go with a metal song. Lots of the music sounds like how one might expect, lots of guitar with a very hateful and menacing vibe. Stuff that carries a good energy and tempo for live shows full of skinhead youth. But then there’s a few tracks that have a totally different atmosphere, ones that sound much softer and actually happy. Its still just as hateful with lyrics that have repeatedly saying “nigger nigger!” which makes the atmosphere of these tracks even more interesting.

This is a great album, listen to it here