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VariousVarious: Revelation 100: A 15 Year RetrospectiveRevelation 100: A 15 Year Retrospective (2002)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: moldyMoldy
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To celebrate their 100th release Revelation has issued a comp that is comprised of unreleased, out of print, rare, live, and remixed songs by bands that have been on their label at one time or another. According to the liner notes, they really scrapped the bottom of the vaults trying to get the rar.
To celebrate their 100th release Revelation has issued a comp that is comprised of unreleased, out of print, rare, live, and remixed songs by bands that have been on their label at one time or another. According to the liner notes, they really scrapped the bottom of the vaults trying to get the rarest and most interesting tracks for this comp, and I think they have accomplished it. Its sad that a comp made of B-sides and unreleased tracks can turn out to be one of the most interesting and diverse comps that I have heard in a long time. After hearing some of these songs that were left on the cutting room floor, I have to wonder what the A-side material must be like. I also was impressed that while most of the bands were hardcore bands, they all didn't sound alike and play Agnostic Front and Cro-Mag style music. Many of these bands had a style all their own, and made the disc much easier and more interesting to listen to.
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