Minor Threat (also referred to as First Two Seven Inches) is a compilation album by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released in March 1984 through Dischord Records. The compilation consisted of the group's first and second extended plays, Minor Threat (originally released June 1981) and In My Eyes (originally released December 1981).
Minor Threat Complete Discography Punk, Hardcore Dischord. 1 Seeing Red 2 I Don't Wanna Hear It 3 Filler 4 Straight Edge 5 Small Man, Big Mouth 6 Screaming At A Wall 7 Bottled Violence 8 Minor Threat 9 Stand Up 10 12XU 11 In My Eyes 12 Out Of Step (With The World) 13 Guilty Of Being White 14 Steppin' Stone 15 Betray 16 It Follows 17 Think. Again 18 Look Back And Laugh 19 Sob Story 20 No Reason 21 Little Friend 22 Out Of Step 23 Cashing In 24 Stumped 25 Good Guys (Don't Wear White) 26 Salad Days. All rights to Minor Threat and Dischord Records
We're not the first, I hope we're not the last 'Cause I know we're all heading for that adult crash The time is so little, the time belongs to us Why is everybody in such a fucking rush? Make do with what you have, take what you can get Pay no mind to us, we're just a minor threat. We're just a minor threat We're just a minor threat We're just a minor threat We're just a minor threat. I was early to finish, I was late to start I might be an adult, but I'm a minor at heart Go to college, be a man, what's the fucking deal? It's not how old I am, it's how old I feel
EP, Июнь 1981, Dischord Records. Compilation, 1989, Dischord Records. 1-8 Minor Threat EP (1981). 9-10 Flex Your Head compilation (1982). 11-14 In My Eyes EP (1981).
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November 17, 2018 ·. Dischord Records. November 17, 2018 ·. Minor Threat tries to get together every few years to catch up with each other. This photo was taken yesterday at the Dischord house.
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Minor Threat and SOA were part of a small wave of new kids and bands in DC, many of whom were not into drugs and alcohol. Some of the bands made mention of this in their lyrics, and Minor Threat’s song "Straight Edge" coined the phrase that is now used to describe a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle. The band played regularly and definitely had a following, but broke up at the end of the summer when Lyle left DC to go to college