Murder - Bonecrusher - No Escape (Vinyl)

Sights on Today Without You Won't Die for You The Struggle. Compilation, , Outsider Records. Blood, Sweat, and Tears 4. Sometimes 5. Angry Youth 6. Rejected 7. Revolution 8. No Escape 9. Murder Don't Wanna Be Like You A Better Life Problems in the Nation Contamination Walk the Plank The Struggle Gotta Believe 2. Freedom 3. It's Up to You. EP, , Knock Out. The Good Life 2. Go Away 3. Month of Mondays 4. Corporate Nation 2.

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Thank you for shopping at Interpunk. Won't Die for You. The Struggle. Track Listing - Disc 2. Hell, I've Already Been There. Blood, Sweat and Tears. Angry Youth. No Escape. Don't Wanna Be Like You. To battle the Autobots, Bonecrusher and the other Constructions combined into Devastator, but were defeated since the combiner's right leg was paralyzed due to combining with a dead Scrapper. They were soon mind-controlled by D-Void via Galvatron into combining with Galvatron's Sweep army and forming a huge monster.

The Autonomy Lesson. Bonecrusher was in on Ratbat's plan to turn the tables on the Autobots. Regardless, Bonecrusher and some other Constructicons helped the Autobots dig out victims of a mysterious explosion on Cybertron's surface. Stick Together Bonecrusher later labored in a Decepticon factory before joining forces with Bombshell , who was being chased by Prowl.

They just taunted him since Ratbat had disabled their chips, but Prowl used a secret passcode to override the disabling, killing all the Constructicons In actual fact, Bombshell was controlling Prowl using a cerebro-shell , and recovered the Constructicons to the Black Room , where they were fully repaired and rebuilt according to Megatron's plan to form a new, modular version of Devastator, with the still-controlled Prowl as the first head.

Before the Dawn After Bombshell was killed by Arcee, Devastator shut down briefly, before going on an uncontrolled rampage when Prowl bonded with the Constructicons over their shared hatred of Spike Witwicky. This lasted until Ironhide managed to break through to Prowl, meaning he wrestled enough control to cause Devastator to tear off his own head, spontaneously un-combining the gestalt.

Shortly afterwards, Megatron attempted to reform the combiner, this time with himself as its head, but the well-timed activation of a stasis field secretly built into the Decepticon leader's spark casing by the late Wheeljack stopped the process in its tracks. Prowl then attempted to arrest the Constructicons, but a revolt from the " NAIL "s and an opportunistic power-grab by Starscream led to the Autobot and Decepticon armies both being thrown out of Iacon instead.

Plan for Everything. Impressed by the terrible things they'd seen in Prowl's mind during their combination, the Constructicons joined up with the Autobots in the wilderness and had a brief scuffle with the Dinobots before they explained themselves and were accepted into the Autobot camp.

After another scuffle, this time with Arcee, the team put their differences aside to go drinking the Dinobots. Second Exodus. When the Necrotitan attacked Iacon with a "death wave", the Constructicons were victims of the attack. They were cured from its effects when the newly arrived Metroplex killed the undead Titan. Finis Temporis Bonecrusher and the others continued to follow their new idol Prowl around, praising him at every opportunity and cheering him on during a fight with Chromedome.

Black Planet They were victorious, and went on to witness Megatron defect to the Autobots. And the Damage Done. Prowl, who had finally realized the advantages of having a combiner on his side, brought the Constructicons with him to Earth when Optimus Prime went in search of Alpha Trion. The Constructicons saved the Ark-7 from burrowing human missiles, and formed Devastator to fight the Decepticons under Galvatron's command.

Detonation Boulevard After the battle they returned to the Ark-7 alongside the Autobots. The Mind Bomb. Bonecrusher was present when Prowl launched an attack on the Marshall Islands , using stealth paint to launch a sneak attack on the Earth Defense Command base on the island. The Crucible. Signals, Calls, and Marches Their search took them to Tokyo , where they secured their asset but ran afoul of Galvatron.

Feigning a truce with their mutual nemesis, the team stormed the Onyx facility by forming Devastator. Devastator ultimately went berserk due to his loathing of Spike and ruined the mission, allowing Scoop to abscond with the Enigma. The team was forced to retreat to the Ark The Obliterati. After Prowl learned that Optimus Prime had helped Starscream form a permanent alliance with Caminus , the team hijacked the ship's new spacebridge to travel to Cybertron The Possible Light , where they formed Devastator.

Superion and Defensor ultimately brought down Devastator, and the Constructicons were sent to a secret prison - Starscream wasn't done with them yet.

Mistakes and Mayhem Seeking a new edge, Starscream drafted Scoop into the team, knowing that Scoop's fanaticism would force Devastator to obey his orders.

You, Me, and the Universe Ultimately, however, Devastator wound up losing control. After Optimus Maximus and his fellow combiners felled the giant, Bonecrusher was re-imprisoned with the other Constructicons. All That Remains.

Although the individual Constructicons were still considered criminals, Starscream made allowances for releasing his own loyal combiner when necessary. The Constructicons reformed Devastator at Starscream's command to thwart a group of Decepticons commandeering the space bridge, Once Upon a Time on Earth and to siege the colony ship Carcer when Elita-One refused to transform her Titan in defense of Cybertron from Sentinel Prime 's zombie fleet.

Desperate Measures. Following the impeachment and arrest of Starscream, the Constructicons received pardons, and later watched from a nearby rooftop as Onyx Prime and Liege Maximo arrived on Cybertron and joined Optimus and his retinue for a meeting in the Spire. Though the other Constructicons initially laughed off off Scoop's renewed faith in his "Chosen One," who had seemingly foreseen this series of events, Another Mine the team wound up forming Devastator to break an indignant Starscream out of prison.

The Ground. With Onyx Prime unmasked as none other than Shockwave , the Constructicons wound up battling against Victorion on Starscream's orders.

The Hallowing Though they were initially able to withstand her gravity powers, Endless Forever this was soon revealed to be the work of Liege Maximo, using supplies of Ore-4 to buffer them against Victorion's attacks. When Arcee destroyed this ore, Victorion was able to unleash a devastating gravitational onslaught which fatally crushed Bonecrusher and the other Constructicons. With his fellow Decepticons, Bonecrusher fell under the thrall of an Elder God in When Ironhide went to investigate the possessed town of Port Cenotaph , Bonecrusher confronted him and pulled the Autobot over to the Elder God's control.

Infestation 2: The Transformers 1 He soon defended the town against an international fleet. The Autobots arrived to deal with the Elder God and Wheeljack , noting that this was where Bonecrusher had been all along, cut him in half.

Infestation 2: The Transformers 2. When Mixmaster received a yellow card during a soccer game, Bonecrusher and the rest of the team merged to form Devastator, so the combiner could block Bumblebee 's penalty kick.

Ultimate Defender. Tricking the Autobots into thinking they were friendly construction vehicles, Bonecrusher and his teammates wreaked havoc on the Autobot base construction site before merging into Devastator for the killing blow.

Unfortunately the Autobots found that Devastator's giant feeties were highly vulnerable to tickling, and the Constructicons were defeated and forced to endure grave tickling training at the hands of Megatron. A New Menace! The Giant Soldier Devastator Appears!

Bonecrusher and the other Constructicons formed Devastator to attack the G. Joe starship Defiant , successfully destroying one of its two modules. Devastator was blown back into his components when Wild Bill rammed the other module straight into him. Everybody Hates Metroplex. Micro-Aggressions Cultural Appropriation.

They ran a prisoner transport through Proximax to Iacon when they were attacked by Resistance fighters. The prisoner, Snapper , escaped, but Bone Crusher's team found themselves in a prolonged battle with the Resistance which lasted over a day.

Just Added. Found Stock. Mystery Packs. Record Label. Song Title. IP Local. Bonecrusher Fractured Knockout Released on December 7, This item is not available for purchase. Biography for Bonecrusher. View other music on the same record label. Customer Rating. Song Titles. Those other records by the other bands ended up trashed in the reviews.

At this time the band was self-destructing with drug stints and jail time. The sad truth: the band had hit rock bottom, just when they were ready to dominate the lack-luster OC scene. In late , the Crusher returned invigorated with a new understanding of itself, where it has gained praise and momentum since, with the addition of HFL's, Pat Hall and the amazing Noah Lysek on drums, they went in the studio to record and produced one of OC's greatest recordings to date, this session went on to become the Animal ep and No Escape, both on Hostage records.

Every band has a defining moment, a point at which things can never be the same, and never go back to what they were

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9 thoughts on “Murder - Bonecrusher - No Escape (Vinyl)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gold Vinyl release of No Escape on Discogs. Label: Hostage Records - HR • Format: Vinyl 7 Bonecrusher - No Escape (, Gold, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of No Escape on Discogs. Label: Hostage Records - HR • Format: Vinyl 7 Bonecrusher - No Escape (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(2).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bonecrusher - No Escape at Discogs. Complete your Bonecrusher collection/5(7).
  4. Tracks are from Bonecrusher - The Animal E.P. Tracks from Bonecrusher - Angry Youth Tracks from Bonecrusher - No Escape Tracks from Bonecrusher - Problems In The Nation Tracks from Bone Crusher* - Sights On Today/5(7).
  5. Includes a 16 page lyrics Booklet. Tracks are from Bonecrusher - The Animal E.P. Tracks from Bonecrusher - Angry Youth Tracks from Bonecrusher - No Escape Tracks from Bonecrusher - Problems In The Nation Tracks from Bonecrusher - For Your Freedom Tracks from Bonecrusher - The Good Life Track 22 is a Bonus Song from the /5(4).
  6. Jan 08,  · This is No Escape from Bonecrusher, a solid release, my only complant is that there is only four songs. Standout tracks are No Escape and A Better Life. track listing: 01 No Escape 02 Murder 03 Don't Wanna Be Like U 04 A Better Life This Record was released in on hostage records, and this rip is of a purple vinyl version. Cheers from the.
  7. Play online Bonecrusher - No Escape album free. The Seatbelts - Cowboy Bebop O.S.T. 1 play album. Electronic / Hip-hop / Jazz / Rock / Blues / Creative music.
  8. Bonecrusher - Fractured - Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in No Escape 9. Murder Don't Wanna Be Like You A Better Life Problems in the Nation Contamination #1,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl 4/5(1).
  9. Murder: Don't Wanna Be Like You but then it happened: he changed the CD we were listening to. And for the first time I heard Bonecrusher. Amazing that I still remember the exact location of where I was when I heard this CD for the first made (and continues to make) that much of an impression. No Escape: Murder.

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