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Crossed Out - 1990-1993 mp3 download

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A1 Internal
A2 He-Man
A3 Locked In
A4 Fraud
A5 Crown Of Thorns
A6 Force Of Habit
A7 Crutch
A8 Supremacy
A9 Ulcer
A10 Neglect
A11 Suffocate
A12 Selfserve
A13 Homegrown
A14 Crown Of Thorns
A15 Internal
A16 Practiced Hatred
A17 Pure Delusion
A18 Society
A19 Lowlife
A20 Scapegoat
A21 Vacuum
A22 No Truth
Written-By – Christ On Parade
A23 Fraud
A24 Letch
A25 Never Forget
A26 He-Man
A27 Suicide Of A Species
A28 Selfish Achiever
A29 Advice?
B1 Locked In
B2 Fraud
B3 Ulcer
B4 He-Man
B5 Internal
B6 Suffocate
B7 Supremacy
B8 Force Of Habit
B9 Homegrown
B10 Selfserve
B11 Crown Of Thorns
B12 Neglect
B13 Jihad
B14 Protestor (No Vox)
Music By – Negative FX
B15 Pure Delusion
B16 Lowlife
B17 Nightstalker
Written-By – Impact Unit
B18 Practiced Hatred

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – 8
  • Recorded At – The Headquarters
  • Recorded At – KSPC Radio
  • Recorded At – Ché Café
  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-52500


  • Bass – Eric Wood (tracks: B15 to B18), Rich Hart (tracks: A1 to B14)
  • Drums – Tad Miller
  • Guitar – Scot Golia
  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – KG*
  • Recorded By – Alan Vangundy (tracks: A1 to A7)
  • Voice – Dallas Van Kempen


This is the standard edition on black vinyl.
A limited edition was pressed on white vinyl for direct mailorder.
All copies include a 20-page booklet with artwork and lyrics.

Tracks A1 to A7 were recorded on September 28, 1991 at 8. Originally released as the self-titled 7".

Tracks A8 to A15 were recorded on February 15, 1992 at The Headquarters. A8, A10, A11 and A12 were originally released on the split 5" with Dropdead. Tracks A9 and A13 were originally released on the Son Of Bllleeeeaaauuurrrrgghhh! compilation 7". Tracks A14 and A15 are unreleased versions.

Tracks A16 to A21 were recorded on October 17, 1992 at The Headquarters. Originally released on the split 7" with Man Is The Bastard.

Track A22 was recorded on December 15, 1990 at a rehearsal.

Tracks A23 to A29 were recorded in April 1991. Originally released as the demo tape.

Tracks B1 to B12 were recorded on March 27, 1992. Live on KSPC Radio in Claremont, CA.

Tracks B13 and B14 were recorded sometime in 1992 at a rehearsal. Track B13 is a previously unreleased instrumental.

Tracks B15 to B18 were recorded on August 21,1993. Live at the Ché Café in San Diego, CA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SLAP A HAM # 55 - A KG L-52500
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SLAP A HAM # 55 - B KG L-52500 X

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993 ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, Whi) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993 ‎(LP, Comp, W/Lbl) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993 ‎(CD, Comp) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999
BASEMENT MC 2018 42 Crossed Out 1990-1993 ‎(Cass, Comp, RE) Basement Records BASEMENT MC 2018 42 Malaysia 2019
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993 ‎(CDr, Comp, Unofficial) Slap A Ham Records #55 US Unknown

Crossed Out - 1990-1993 mp3 download
Performer: Crossed Out
Genre: Rock
Title: 1990-1993
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: Hardcore, Grindcore, Thrash
MP3 version ZIP size: 1686 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1875 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 762
Other Formats: AC3 MP4 AA WAV ADX RA MP2

Crossing my fingers a repress is in the works somewhere in this world. I'm certain they'd sell a good amount of copies. Classic band.
Throw her heart
just found this in the web:Review by: Jeb(This review originally appeared in issue #84 of The Crass Menagerie)CROSSED OUT was in existence for less than three years, during which timethey released only one 7" one split 7" and one split 5". Doesn't seem likethe résumé of one of the most influential bands in extreme hardcore does it?But without question they were. This CD, which is the first officialCROSSED OUT discography (and then some), is literally a primer of first wavepower violence. CROSSED OUT are a melding of raw thrash, pulverizing grindand bone jarring heaviness that lurches back and forth between blazing andplodding in what seemed, at the time it was recorded, like incongruentrandomness but is now easily recognizable as the blueprint for powerviolence. As I carefully revisited these tunes while writing this review Iwas reminded of how much the CROSSED OUT influence still resounds in the pvbands of today. I was also astounded to realize that these tunes are asrelevant and listenable now as they were when first released. If thesesongs were new they would still be more intense than 99% of the extremehardcore currently being released. What that means is this CD is more thanjust a history lesson or a curious look back at the roots of power violence,it is an album that is gonna kick you upside the head! You are going towant to listen to this CD for what it is, not for what it represents. Hellthis is so vicious that when I put it on my music shelf all the otherhardcore and metal CDs started to cry for their mommy.