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Judge - Chung King Can Suck It Album

Judge - Chung King Can Suck It Album

  • Darsteller: Judge
  • Genre: Rock
  • Titel: Chung King Can Suck It
  • Freigegeben: 29 Jun 1989
  • Stil: Hardcore
  • Etikett: Revelation Records , Revelation Records
  • Katalog: REVELATION:-1, -1
  • Land: US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2860 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1572 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.9
  • Abstimmungen: 362


1Hold Me Back
2Hear Me
3Give It Up
4Bringin' It Down
5The Storm
6No Apologies
7Like You
8Holding On
9I've Lost
10Take Me Away


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJudge Revelation Can Suck It LP ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Revolution Records noneEurope2013
noneJudge Revelation Can Suck It LP ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Not On LabelnoneUS1990
-1Judge Revelation Can Suck It LP ‎(10", Album, RE, Unofficial, Whi)Revoltation-1US1992


  • Artwork [Inner Sleeve]Dave, Jordan
  • BassJimmy
  • Design Concept [Album Concept], Design, ArtworkJordan
  • DrumsSammy
  • GuitarPorkle
  • ProducerHe Who Can Suck It
  • VocalsMike


Copyright © 1989 Judge

110 copies pressed on white vinyl, numbered on the back cover. Includes 12"x24"fold-out insert. Jackets are screen printed in dark blue ink on plain white LP covers.

From Revelation Records official discography: "100 intended to be pressed, but 110 were made. The extra 10 had the first 0 in the /100 over written with a 1 and stamped numerically. #43 has a pseudo-gatefold sleeve for no apparent reason. At least one was mailed without a sleeve, but which number was excluded is not known."


  • Copyright (c) – Judge
  • Recorded At – Chung King Studios



1980's New York Hardcore band Judge's debut full length LP. Track Listing: 1. Take Me Away - 0:00 2. Bringin' It Down - 2:56 3. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Judge - King Can Suck It - Judge. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Chung King Can Suck It is a limited-pressing colored vinyl album by New York City band Judge, containing the original version of what was to be the Bringin' It Down album. The title of the album is a direct insult to the Chung King recording studio in New York City then known as Chung King House Of Metal. Judge had gone into Chung King with only one three-day weekend of studio time block-booked in order to record their first album, since band members John Porcelly and Sammy Siegler were set to tour. Album 1989 10 Songs. Digital Album. Streaming Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 USD or more. Judge New York, New York. Listen free to Judge Chung King Can Suck It Take Me Away, Bringin' It Down and more. 10 tracks 22:41. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. The album was recorded at Chung King, but the recording engineer the band had been assigned by the studio was doing a lot of cocaine. On the second day, he just didnt show up. The band was forced to work with a different engineer. The replacement engineer was not knowledgeable when it came to recording a hardcore band. The album was originally only released as a run of 100 white-vinyl LPs. Revelation Records gave it the catalog num. Type Album. Released date 1989. Labels Revelation Records. Music StyleHardcore. Members owning this album2. Take Me Away. Bringin' It Down. Hold Me Back. Give It Up. The c Judge. Recorded At Chung King Studios. Artwork Dave , Jordan. Revelation Can Suck It LP Cass, Album, Unofficial. Not On Label


Marilore Marilore
In 1989 I saw a Rev add asking for 12" GI JOE's for trade, so I went into the attic, got 4 GI JOE's of my older brother who left for college ages ago, sent them to Rev Records and forgot about it. Several months later I got a GB 7" on yellow, a SOIA on red, a Together Comp on Yellow and the Judge LP (it was one of the 100+). At the time I had no clue what any of it was worth. I loved the GB though. About 5 years later I was starting college and broke, I put an ad in MRR and sold the SOIA and Judge for $200 total to some dude in Japan. Oh well.
I remember those trade sheets included with most of the early rev 7"s always wondered if anyone ever took them up on that offer..sadly being a Brit we had no access to g.i.joe's..
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I cannot believe the prices people pay for this. Truly stunning. You could do lots of things with six or seven thousand dollars, but you choose to acquire an objectively terrible sounding record. Vocal performances are great, but the drums, my lord.
Kitaxe Kitaxe
Will take this off your lovely, non calloused hands for £5
Uanabimo Uanabimo
"I'm bewildered. I don't know why that record is worth anything to anybody when it's not worth anything to the people who created it."- Mike "Judge" Ferraro
Dalallador Dalallador
Record collecting sure is no fun anymore. Bunch of fucking idiots with too much money have just ruined it. Used to love going through the racks back in the 80's. I walk into a record store now and shake my head and walk out.
Minnai Minnai
Well, 3 years on and some punk has bought it!
Ironfire Ironfire
What kind of a "punk" would pay nearly £4000 for a record?? We used to buy 7"s which stated "£1 - PAY NO MORE" on the cover, and most of those were far better than this!It makes SSD's "Get It Away" 12" look like a real bargain though :)