Back in the early 80's New Jersey seemed to be a musical hot bed for some of the classic HC bands, and A.O.D. is definitely at the top of the class of which I speak.

Some of my earliest (and fondest) memories of listening to HC came from a million-times duped cassette of these guys. I would play that timeless cut "Rock and Roll Gas Station" over and over again prior to a heavy gnar-bucket grind session on some poor unsuspecting curb back in Detroit. Still good stuff - curb sessions & classic HC music, that is!

(This one goes out via request to Jebus / Zombiechrist).


D/L Adrenalin O.D. - Themes (Rare & Unreleased 1982 Demos) right here.

Now playing: Electric Light Orchestra - Fire on High


  1. Watching Fenriz sing along to Rock n' Roll Gas Station is one of the funniest things I have seen lately.

  2. You're bringing back some incredible memories when I was running a local punk record store. I wasn't so open to a lot of these bands but that's changed. I love finding new music to listen to. This is one of the best MP3 blogs I've come across!

  3. You once again rule! I "thought" for years I had all their demo stuff. I was dead wrong. You wouldn't happen to have some early Jeff Dahl and The Angry Samoans up you sleeve would you?

  4. Nope, sorry Elvis I don't.
    I always thought Jeff Dahl and the Angry Samoans sucked. Just never got it I guess.


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