Dedicated in memory of Igor Jakusko (Squirm) & Ace In The Hole (Butch Lust & The Hypocrites) who have passed away since their appearance on The Big Apple - Rotten To The Core, 1982. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A): RP-002-A ''Still Bumming Around In Bayside, Queens'' MASTERED BY TRUTONE-Pa∙11-87. The Big Apple Rotten To The Core Vol. 2 (Cass, Comp). Raw Power Records (2). RP002.
This influential album, released in 1982 in a pressing of only 1000 copies, was actually the first real compilation that showcased some of the NYC hardcore scene, specifically six bands that hung around the A7, an after-hours bar in the lower east side. A popular sequel to Big Apple: Rotten to the Core, Vol. 1 was released in 1987, and sold well, but the first compilation has never been reissued, making it a true collector's item for those fascinated by the history of punk rock and New York hardcore.
You are being granted the opportunity to bid on an unopened and in original shrink wrap, collectable VINYL LP album of historical importance. The Big Apple Rotten To The Core is the second in the infamous punk rock series produced by Bob Sallese for Raw Power Records in the 1980s fronted by Jism, vocalist and keyboard player of punk rock fame. Ism is the original band by this name and not to be confused with the generic rock band that later stole their name)
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The Big Apple Rotten to the Core. The Big Apple Rotten to the Core is a hardcore punk compilation album that was released in 1982. It was the second release by . Records, and distributed internationally. Produced by Bob Sallese. It was one of the first hardcore punk compilations from New York City (along with New York Thrash from the same year), and included six bands who regularly performed at A7, a Lower East Side after-hours dive bar that gave the new hardcore bands a forum.
Rotten Apple (album). Rotten Apple is the second studio album by G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks, released October 10, 2006 on G-Unit Records and Interscope Records. The title of the album is a play on the New York City nickname, "The Big Apple. Originally the album was titled, "The Big Withdrawal", however two women Banks had had a ménage à trois with in 2005 leaked an unmastered copy of the album he had left at their home. The album was scrapped and soon after, Banks began working on Rotten Apple. The album featured guest appearances from 50 Cent, TazzyManiak, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, Rakim, Scarface, Mobb Deep, 8 Ball, Keri Hilson and Musiq Soulchild. Production on the album was provided by Eminem, Needlz, Sha Money XL, Younglord, Ron Browz, Havoc and 9th Wonder.
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|–U.F. Omer Band||New York Cat||2:42|
|–Ism||Nightmare At Noon||3:18|
|–Norman Bates & The Showerheads||Young Punk In Lust||2:47|
|–Bunker's Boys||Magical Spot||3:04|
|–Six & Violence*||Golf||1:50|
|–Ed Gein's Car||Annette||3:32|
|–The Headlickers||Look What They've Done||1:33|
|–Bunker's Boys||Foghorn Leghorn||1:47|
|–Norman Bates & The Showerheads||Tarantula||3:26|
|–Butch Lust||Coney Island Massacre||2:45|
|–Slime Puppies||Bill Boggs You're A Dead Man||2:56|
|–Six & Violence*||Death To Guidos||1:13|
|–Ed Gein's Car||Turning In The Folks (Live)||1:54|
|RP002||Various||The Big Apple Rotten To The Core Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Comp)||Raw Power Records||RP002||US||1987|
|RP002||Various||The Big Apple Rotten To The Core Vol. 2 (Cass, Comp)||Raw Power Records||RP002||US||1987|