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smlBillyBilly got into hardcore in the late 90s migrating over from listening to metal. One of the first labels he fell in love with was Roadrunner Records. Below is his take on five crucial releases from Roadrunner.

smlStevieAs a representative of all that is positive about the vegan straight edge lifestyle, we couldn't miss the opportunity to catch up with Stevie to discuss her Crucial 5 releases from Catalyst Records...

smlSam1DonchiHornetz Nest frontman and Reincarnation drummer, Sam Donchi breaks down his top five releases from Goodlife Recordings. Formed back in Belgium 1995,  Goodlife recordings has become synonymous with the growth of Metalcore.

smlDeafWishTroy Twomey is the drummer for Melbourne band DEAF WISH. They are set to release their debut LP "Pain" through Sus Pop Records on August 7th 2015. So it seemed rather fitting that we got Troy to lists his Crucial Five Sub Pop releases.

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Formed back in 1993, Swedish label BURNING HEART is responsible for launching some of the biggest punk and hardcore bands of the 90s. Homeward Bound guitarist, Shaun Warren breaks down his top five releases from the Burning Heart catalog.

 

smlJoelOld Music For Old People bassplayer and master of ceremonies Joel Attenbrough, has a long history in the punk and hardcore scene, Jungle Fever and Taking Sides anyone? This also makes him the perfect candidate to do a Fat Wreck Chords hardcore orientated crucial five releases.

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Trial and Error Records kingpin, Nigel Melder breaks down his top five favourite releases from the Resist Records catalog.

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Resist Records kingpin, Graham Nixon breaks down his top five favourite releases from the Trial and Error catalog.

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Ill Brigade frontman and Vigilante drummer Adam Coyle, delivers his top five releases from the Wishing Well Records catalog. 

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ShotPointBlank frontman and until recently, Samsara bassplayer Brett Eitzen delivers his top five releases from the Victory records catalog. "Despite barely releasing anything of note in recent years (minus a few isolated exceptions and the ever consistent Ringworm), Victory Records did have an impressive golden age during the mid to late 90's."

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