Top 10 with Rouleaux from Roastin’ Records
This is a pic of me with some of my favorite LPs. I decided to show a collection of classics that have made a big impact on my musical taste. These are albums that I keep coming back to and I listen to them regularly.
Minutemen ‘Double Nickels on the Dime’:
An unconventional bunch of songs that make up the most incredible album. Minutemen stays on point throughout.
Cro-Mags ‘The Age of Quarrel’:
I love this album because it still sounds dangerous every time I listen to it.
Ceremony ‘Ronhert Park’:
This album captures the feeling of suburban hate and lazy rebellion. Gatvol of everything and everyone.
Discharge ‘Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing’:
Unrelenting fast and furious hardcore punk from the d-beat pioneers. It’s dark and it’s different.
Bad Religion ‘Stranger Than Fiction’:
Fast paced straight up punk that got me into this kind of music in 1994. The best part of my discovery of Bad Religion was that I learned how to use a dictionary properly. Hooray for me!
Kills 99.9% of all known germs.
Minor Threat ‘Out of Step’:
An album/ep for out of step misfits that is always relevant. You can never listen to this enough.
Hüsker Dü ‘Zen Arcade’:
Listen loud and over and over again. It sounds abrasive, but before you know it, you get so into the story the album tells, that you have to sit through it once more.
Fugazi ‘7 songs’:
This band is what music obsession is about for me. So many great interesting musical moments. FU-FUCKIN-GAZI have never written a bad song. Ever.
Descendents ‘I Don’t Want to Grow Up’:
I don’t want to grow up.
Rouleaux has since started a new record label called Permanent Record.