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The Faith / Void  - The Faith / Void FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Void Who Are You ?
A2 Void Time To Die
A3 Void Condensed Flesh
A4 Void Ignorant People
A5 Void Change Places
A6 Void Ask Them Why
A7 Void Organized Sports
A8 Void My Rules
A9 Void Self Defense
A10 Void War Hero
A11 Void Think
A12 Void Explode
B1 The Faith* It's Time
B2 The Faith* Face To Face
B3 The Faith* Trapped
B4 The Faith* In Control
B5 The Faith* Another Victim
B6 The Faith* What's Wrong With Me?
B7 The Faith* What You Think
B8 The Faith* Confusion
B9 The Faith* You're X'd
B10 The Faith* Nightmare
B11 The Faith* Don't Tell Me
B12 The Faith* In The Black

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Inner Ear Studios
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions – NR13958

Credits

  • Artwork [Void Insert] – Void
  • Backing Vocals – Chris* (tracks: B1 to B12), Ian* (tracks: B1 to B12), Jeff* (tracks: B1 to B12)
  • Bass – Chris Stover (tracks: A1 to A12)
  • Bass Guitar – Chris Bald (tracks: B1 to B12)
  • Cover [Void] – Bubba*
  • Drum – Sean Finnegan (tracks: A1 to A12)
  • Drums – Ivor Hanson (tracks: B1 to B12)
  • Engineer – Don Zientara
  • Guitar [Guitars] – Bubba Dupree (tracks: A1 to A12), Michael Hampton (tracks: B1 to B12)
  • Mastered By [Vinyl] – JE*
  • Photography By [The Faith Cover Photo] – Malcom Riviera*
  • Photography By [The Faith Poster Photos] – Tiffany Pruitt
  • Producer – Bert* (tracks: A1 to A12), Don* (tracks: A1 to A12), Ian* (tracks: A1 to A12), Jeff* (tracks: A1 to A12), Void (tracks: A1 to A12)
  • Producer, Mixed By – Don Zientara (tracks: B1 to B12), The Faith* (tracks: B1 to B12), Ian MacKaye (tracks: B1 to B12), Jeff Nelson (tracks: B1 to B12)
  • Songwriter [All Songs By] – The Faith* (tracks: B1 to B12), Void (tracks: A1 to A12)
  • Vocals – Alec MacKaye (tracks: B1 to B12), John Weiffenbach (tracks: A1 to A12)

Notes

Tracks A1 to A12 recorded in 1982.
Tracks B1 to B12 recorded on May 22nd, 1982.
All tracks recorded at Inner Ear Studios.

First pressing in a thick cardboard-style sleeve.
Red and white labels.
Includes two lyric inserts, one per band.
Many illustrations on the Void insert taken from the book "Devils, Demons, Death and Damnation".

There are no side identifiers printed on the release or etched in the run-out grooves, except for the matrix numbers printed on the center labels (NR13958-1 / NR13958-2).

Mastering plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers printed on center labels and the runout groove etchings.

© & ℗ 1982.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove side A, hand-etched): NR-13958 VOID JE-NRP→ DiSCHORD VOID RECORD#8
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove side B, hand-etched): NR-13958-FAITH JE→N.R.P DiSCHORD RECORD#8 FAITH There's No Choice Like No Choice
  • Other (Ref. printed on side A label): NR13958-1
  • Other (Ref. printed on side B label): NR13958-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Dischord No.8, Dischord Records No. 8 The Faith* / Void The Faith* / Void - Faith / Void ‎(LP, RE) Dischord Records, Dischord Records Dischord No.8, Dischord Records No. 8 US 1985
Dischord No.8, Dischord Records No. 8 The Faith* / Void The Faith* / Void - The Faith / Void ‎(LP, Album, RE) Dischord Records, Dischord Records Dischord No.8, Dischord Records No. 8 US Unknown
Dischord No. 8, Dischord Records No. 8 The Faith* / Void The Faith* / Void - The Faith / Void ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, RP) Dischord Records, Dischord Records Dischord No. 8, Dischord Records No. 8 US 2011
Dischord 8 The Faith* / Void The Faith* / Void - Faith / Void ‎(LP, TP) Dischord Records Dischord 8 US 1982
Dischord No. 8, Dischord Records No. 8, DIS08V The Faith* / Void The Faith* / Void - The Faith / Void ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Pur) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records Dischord No. 8, Dischord Records No. 8, DIS08V US 2008


The Faith / Void  - The Faith / Void FLAC album

Musician performer: The Faith

Title: The Faith / Void

Country: US

Date of release: 1982

Style: Hardcore, Punk

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1664 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 745

Other Formats: FLAC DXD DMF APE TTA AAC AC3

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zzzachibis
Still available to buy in all formats on the Dischord Website.
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Thundershaper
If anybody is selling the void insert or can make me a copy hit me up !
Thundershaper
If anybody is selling the void insert or can make me a copy hit me up !
Captain America
Let me know if you are still looking for a photo copy! Always love helping a fellow hardcore punk lover! [email protected]
Captain America
Let me know if you are still looking for a photo copy! Always love helping a fellow hardcore punk lover! [email protected]
Sharpbrew
I can help you, we can work somethign out [email protected]
Sharpbrew
I can help you, we can work somethign out [email protected]
Sennnel
(Faith) Twisted excursion through frustration, dejection, eroded trust... spitting out rancor and outbursts of stirring fervor entwined throughout.(Void) Maniacal pandemonium fortified with rampaging guitar leads..to abyss. Utopia of vinyl.. You are doomed without it.review(by Pushead?) from Straight Edge #2, New York 1982." Well I've listened to both sides of this album about a dozen times now and I've only had it for a couple of days now. What can I say about it, I'm hardly surprised by the quality of the bands, let's face it Dischord just does not put out bad music, this piece of vinyl is no exception to the rule, it's GREAT. The entire manner in which the album was made puts you in a position to like it, these two bands are extremes in the same world and together on one record they totally send your mind into a shattered mass of disbelief. It's like sitting in a desert and then have snow start falling, do you get what I'm trying to say now ? The Faith demands respect with their sound which shows a unique sense of originality which occasionally shows you a shadow of influence from Minor Threat. On to Void which in my mind is unquestionably in a class by themselves. Their side of the album is full of surprises that leave you begging for more, no doubt about Void is a band that will have to be reckoned with in the near future. As I already said Dischord doesn't put out trash, so find the money and buy this album which is a kind of like a two for the price of one deal. "review by Andy, from HEX (On You) #4 Grand Rapids 1982.
Sennnel
(Faith) Twisted excursion through frustration, dejection, eroded trust... spitting out rancor and outbursts of stirring fervor entwined throughout.(Void) Maniacal pandemonium fortified with rampaging guitar leads..to abyss. Utopia of vinyl.. You are doomed without it.review(by Pushead?) from Straight Edge #2, New York 1982." Well I've listened to both sides of this album about a dozen times now and I've only had it for a couple of days now. What can I say about it, I'm hardly surprised by the quality of the bands, let's face it Dischord just does not put out bad music, this piece of vinyl is no exception to the rule, it's GREAT. The entire manner in which the album was made puts you in a position to like it, these two bands are extremes in the same world and together on one record they totally send your mind into a shattered mass of disbelief. It's like sitting in a desert and then have snow start falling, do you get what I'm trying to say now ? The Faith demands respect with their sound which shows a unique sense of originality which occasionally shows you a shadow of influence from Minor Threat. On to Void which in my mind is unquestionably in a class by themselves. Their side of the album is full of surprises that leave you begging for more, no doubt about Void is a band that will have to be reckoned with in the near future. As I already said Dischord doesn't put out trash, so find the money and buy this album which is a kind of like a two for the price of one deal. "review by Andy, from HEX (On You) #4 Grand Rapids 1982.
Rich Vulture
Very important hardcore release; not just for the groundwork for more metallic hardcore on the Void side, but also for the groundwork for the Revolution Summer/"emotional hardcore" sound on the Faith side in the tracks 'What's Wrong With Me?', 'What You Think', 'Don't Tell Me' and 'In the Black'. The Subject to Change EP usually gets the credit, but the sound can be heard developing here.Also, does anyone know if the two sides were originally intended to be released as separate 7-inches? The lyric sheet for both sides has a gap in the middle of the tracks, and the Faith lyrics even list two side names.
Rich Vulture
Very important hardcore release; not just for the groundwork for more metallic hardcore on the Void side, but also for the groundwork for the Revolution Summer/"emotional hardcore" sound on the Faith side in the tracks 'What's Wrong With Me?', 'What You Think', 'Don't Tell Me' and 'In the Black'. The Subject to Change EP usually gets the credit, but the sound can be heard developing here.Also, does anyone know if the two sides were originally intended to be released as separate 7-inches? The lyric sheet for both sides has a gap in the middle of the tracks, and the Faith lyrics even list two side names.
Malodred
Yeah, they were originally supposed to be separate releases, but Ian combined them. They talk about how it came about in the Salad Days documentary.
Malodred
Yeah, they were originally supposed to be separate releases, but Ian combined them. They talk about how it came about in the Salad Days documentary.
RUsich155
Also, the fact that Kurt Cobain himself loved this album a lot as well makes it an important release! Where would rock music be today without Kurt's inspiration from albums like this?
RUsich155
Also, the fact that Kurt Cobain himself loved this album a lot as well makes it an important release! Where would rock music be today without Kurt's inspiration from albums like this?