The Age of Quarrel is the first album from the New York hardcore band Cro-Mags. It was released on Profile Records in September 1986 and subsequently re-released by Another Planet in 1994, along with their second album, 1989's Best Wishes, on the same disc.
The Age of Quarrel Tracklist. 1. We Gotta Know Lyrics. Show all albums by Cro-Mags.
The album begins with the track We Gotta Know, which is highly iconic about the band’s style: after a slow and delightfully scuffed punk riff, Cro-Mags thrash their ass out with a very fresh mid-paced riff in the same vein of what bands like . dwelled a lot on that kind of palm-muted mid-paced riffage, and surely had a thrashier approach in general to their songs, Cro-Mags used to be way more genuinely connected to their old school hardcore roots (in a similar way to Agnostic Front) and their punk attitude couldn’t be clearer than this.
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Saw Cro Mags last year, new line up. Also Saw Harley Flannagan in Long Beach at a lil club, dudes cool as fuck. He gave a shot out to that dude who commited suicide from Rage/Sound Garden. Harley said "nah b, we all got depression". I was there yo. Always been into socal hardcore, but now exploring other genres. 2 months ago. But seriously, although not nearly the same punk, both Green Day and Offspring used to be good.
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Formed by New York punk child prodigy Harley Flanagan and guitarist Parris Mayhew, the Cro-Mags helped define the East Coast hardcore movement with their now legendary debut, Age of Quarrel. Originally released on Profile Records, the 15-track collection was later combined with the band's 1989 follow-up, Best Wishes, as a single 22-song package. Joining Flanagan (bass) and Mayhew (guitars) on Age of Quarrel are vocalist John "Bloodclot" Joseph, drummer Mackie Jayson, and co-guitarist Doug Holland
The band itself is an inescapable presence in any legitimate discussion of hardcore. The name is rightfully enshrined in the linage of punk rock. In this respect the Cro-Mags music reflected their views and experiences of the times: the album’s very title Age of Quarrel refers to the Hindu period of Kali Yuga, the time cycle of ultimate spiritual degradation.
|A1||We Gotta Know||3:13|
|A3||Show You No Mercy||1:52|
|A6||Survival Of The Streets||0:59|
|A7||Seekers Of The Truth||3:53|
|B1||It's The Limit||1:34|
|B4||Don't Tread On Me||1:14|
|B5||Face The Facts||1:36|
|B6||Do Unto Others||1:42|
|B7||Life Of My Own||2:46|
|B8||Signs Of The Times||1:56|
|PRO-1218||Cro-Mags||The Age Of Quarrel (LP, Album)||Profile Records, Rock Hotel Records||PRO-1218||US||1986|
|none||Cro-Mags||The Age Of Quarrel (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Rock Hotel Records , GWR Records||none||Europe||Unknown|
|PRO-1218||Cro-Mags||The Age Of Quarrel (LP, Album, Unc)||Profile Records, Rock Hotel Records||PRO-1218||US||1986|
|BCBS005||Cro-Mags||The Age Of Quarrel (LP, Ltd, RE, RM, Dar)||Brass City Boss Sounds||BCBS005||US||2013|
|BCBS005||Cro-Mags||The Age Of Quarrel (LP, RE, RM, Ora)||Brass City Boss Sounds||BCBS005||US||2013|