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F.U.'s Discography of CDs


Kill for Christ Kill for Christ CD (1982)
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F.U.'s music CDs Classic first-wave hardcore punk from Boston, the F.U.'s' debut release (after appearing on the seminal This Is Boston, Not L.A. compilation), Kill for Christ, is a thrashy, amateurish rattle that works thanks to the band's reckless enthusiasm. With caffeine-overdose tempos that nearly collapse on every track, ultracheap static buzz production, and cigarette-hoarse mob choruses, Kill for Christ could be considered a textbook case of hardcore America 1983, right down to the Pushead artwork on the cover (a bluntly blasphemous rendering of Jesus as a cigar-chomping machine-gun killer). The F.U.'s are angry punks, but behind their stiff beats and petulant riffs is plenty of snotty exuberance, a barely concealed joy that proves that the band is rocking as much for fun as for revolution. The songs take on many of the same concerns that contemporary hardcore acts complained about, but they're not afraid to skewer their own audience right along with the yuppies, hippies, and fascist club owners. "Trendy Nazi Hypocrites," "Peer Police," and the anthemic "F.U." all take a bite out of smug, politically naive punks who blindly trade the conformity of schools and parents for the conformity of mohawk hairdos and Maximum Rock N Roll magazine. The sloppy energy and ...
Do We Really Want to Hurt You Do We Really Want to Hurt You CD (1984)
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F.U.'s discography Photographer: Bruce "Grim" Rhodes. Personnel: Steve Grimes (vocals, guitar); John Sox (vocals); Bob Furapples (drums). Recording information: Dimension Studios, Jamaica Plain, MA (04/1984-05/1984).
My America My America CD (1983)
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F.U.'s songs Unknown Contributor Role: Bob Cenci. Personnel: John Sox (vocals); Steve Grimes (guitar); Bob Furapples (drums). Recording information: Newbury Sound May (06/1983).

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Popular or famous F.U.'s music songs: Rifle, Do We Really Want to Hurt You, Radio Unix USA, Peer Police, Walking Tall, Lick My Shiny Boots. More music songs Beast in My Bed, Death Wish, Choir Boy, What You Pay For, Rock the Nation, Unite or Lose, Beast Within, T Sucks, Die For God. More music songs We're an American Band, Boston's Finest, T Sux, Drug of Choice, Killer. See All Songs

F.U.'s CD discography Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Steve GrimesHapa, Farm
Bob Furapples
John Sox

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