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  • Audio CD (June 20 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: FAB
  • ASIN: B00005QD97
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #169,635 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dream Of Waking - AFI
2. Behind The Music - Vandals
3. Democracy? - The Damned
4. Not The Same - Bodyjar
5. Jennifer Lost The War - Offspring
6. Wasted - TSOL
7. Of Power - Son Of Sam
8. Black Clouds Vs. Silver Linings - Ensign
9. Hit Machine - Guttermouth
10. Want It Now - Turbo Ac's
11. Hunt's Back - One Hit Wonder
12. 15 Minutes Or It's Free - Sloppy Seconds
13. Wester - AFI
14. Thousand Days - Offspring
15. Why Are You Alive - Vandals
16. She - The Damned
17. Sold - TSOL
18. The Spark - Ensign
19. Michael - Son Of Sam
20. Hypnotized - Turbo Ac's
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PUNKZILLA, yes I will agree that has to be one of the corniest titles I've herd but anyone with appreciation for punk will appreciate the Godzilla reference. This monster of a compilation is the best 5 bucks I have spent this month. I couldn't of burned a better CD myself. Why am I so excited about this compilation with a cheesy cover? Because as all of you already know its not the cover that matters. Nitro put everyone on it's recent compilation, of course that's the point of a compilation...but still. AFI "Dream of Waking" and "Days of Phoenix" open and close the track list with "Wester" right in the middle. The Offspring and The Damned get a fair shot of 2 tracks a piece. Unfortunately The Vandals only had two tracks also but that's no prob because everyone should own every Vandal CD/Album/ Tape ever. Other artist included TSOL, Rufio, Bodyjar, Son of Sam, Stavesacre, Ensign and Guttermouth... The best tracks are "Behind the Music" and "Wester" but overall this Compilation Rocks in every way imaginable. Pick it up for the price of meal at McDonalds and be happy forever!!!!
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By A Customer on May 20 2002
Yes, the name is stupid and the cover is corny, but this is one of the best compilations I have ever heard. Punkzilla has something for everyone. From AFI and Son of Sam and their goth/ hardcore punk to Guttermouth and the Vandals and their humor/ skate punk, this CD even includes two Offspring songs from the band's ST album of 1989, recently re-released by Nitro Records. The compilation introduces several new bands on Dexter Holland's label and features the videos to AFI's "The Days of the Phoenix" and Bodyjar's "Not the Same". Punkzilla is much better than Nitro's previous "Thought Remains the Same" and "Go Ahead Punk... Make My Day". This CD is better than most of the Punk-O-Rama's, but not #5, which is probably the best compilation of all time, along with Punkzilla. Get Punkzilla and Punk-O-Rama 5, 48 songs in all, for only [a few] bucks.
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Punkzilla is, in a word, amazing. The record grabs you with the oppening notes of A.F.I.'s unreleased masterpeice "Dream of Walking," one of their most powerful tunes. Next is one of my personal favorites, The Damned's "Domocracy?" a classic that could easily compete with "New Rose" as their greatest song ever. Eighteen more tracks of pure brilliance follow, ranging from the quirky humor punk of Guttermouth's "Hit machine," to hardcore punk to T.S.O.L.'s brilliant "Wasted." for punk fans, this comp is a must.
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Punkzilla showcases some nice tunes by artists such as Guttermouth and The Offspring. While not a must have album, punk fans will still probably like this one. My personal favorites are "Not The Same" (Bodyjar), "Still" (Rufio), and "Misunderstanding Maybe" (Divit).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Nitro's answer to Punk-O-Rama 5 May 20 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Yes, the name is stupid and the cover is corny, but this is one of the best compilations I have ever heard. Punkzilla has something for everyone. From AFI and Son of Sam and their goth/ hardcore punk to Guttermouth and the Vandals and their humor/ skate punk, this CD even includes two Offspring songs from the band's ST album of 1989, recently re-released by Nitro Records. The compilation introduces several new bands on Dexter Holland's label and features the videos to AFI's "The Days of the Phoenix" and Bodyjar's "Not the Same". Punkzilla is much better than Nitro's previous "Thought Remains the Same" and "Go Ahead Punk... Make My Day". This CD is better than most of the Punk-O-Rama's, but not #5, which is probably the best compilation of all time, along with Punkzilla. Get Punkzilla and Punk-O-Rama 5, 48 songs in all, for only [a few] bucks.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Punkzilla The Compilation to Remeber Feb. 15 2002
By "punkkskatrr" - Published on Amazon.com
PUNKZILLA, yes I will agree that has to be one of the corniest titles I've herd but anyone with appreciation for punk will appreciate the Godzilla reference. This monster of a compilation is the best 5 bucks I have spent this month. I couldn't of burned a better CD myself. Why am I so excited about this compilation with a cheesy cover? Because as all of you already know its not the cover that matters. Nitro put everyone on it's recent compilation, of course that's the point of a compilation...but still. AFI "Dream of Waking" and "Days of Phoenix" open and close the track list with "Wester" right in the middle. The Offspring and The Damned get a fair shot of 2 tracks a piece. Unfortunately The Vandals only had two tracks also but that's no prob because everyone should own every Vandal CD/Album/ Tape ever. Other artist included TSOL, Rufio, Bodyjar, Son of Sam, Stavesacre, Ensign and Guttermouth... The best tracks are "Behind the Music" and "Wester" but overall this Compilation Rocks in every way imaginable. Pick it up for the price of meal at McDonalds and be happy forever!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Sampler. May 17 2005
By TreyC - Published on Amazon.com
Alot of labels release samplers.But how many of them are worth listening to?This one certainly is.How could one go wrong with Afi,The Damned,The Vandals,TSOL, and son of sam on one disc.It has a couple of lame tracks (bodyjar and rufio namely)but all in all one of the best samplers ive heard.It gives a good insight into what the label has to offer which mind you is a hell of a lot.Besides its worthing buying just for the rare tracks from TSOL and AFI.If you want a "modern"(The Damned and TSOL the exceptions)Punk rock sampler defianetly grab something from the NItro Label.Epitaph may have more bands but in this case its Quality over Quantity.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Possibly the greatest Punk Comp of all time Feb. 19 2004
By Bill - Published on Amazon.com
Punkzilla is, in a word, amazing. The record grabs you with the oppening notes of A.F.I.'s unreleased masterpeice "Dream of Walking," one of their most powerful tunes. Next is one of my personal favorites, The Damned's "Domocracy?" a classic that could easily compete with "New Rose" as their greatest song ever. Eighteen more tracks of pure brilliance follow, ranging from the quirky humor punk of Guttermouth's "Hit machine," to hardcore punk to T.S.O.L.'s brilliant "Wasted." for punk fans, this comp is a must.
One of the best punk rock and hard core compilations July 17 2013
By Peter68 - Published on Amazon.com
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At first, I must admit that I have been fond of punk rock and hard core music since 1985 when I was 17. Now I am over 40. According to me, this compilation combines the music produced by such famous punk bands as THE DAMNED, T.S.O.L or THE OFFSPRING with the sound made by much younger punk rockers. As regards those younger punk rock bands I got really impressed when I first heard: Rufio-"Still"; Stavesacre-"You know how it is"; Ensign-"Black clouds vs. silver linings"; A.F.I.-"Wester"; Original Sinners-"Birds & bees"; Son of Sam-"Michael" and The Turbo's A.C.'s-"Hypnotized". These tracks can make us believe that punk rock and hard core are still alive. It is especially important nowadays since this genre is not as popular as it used to be in the 70s. and the 80s. Furthermore, "Punkzilla" can be found amazing because two new tracks composed by THE DAMNED - "Democracy?" and "Looking for Action" are smashing pieces of music. In my opinion, they are the best and the most absorbing songs on the whole CD. Moreover, It is obvious that anybody, who has always remembered T.S.O.L. from the 80s., should be quite happy with their both songs included in this compilation (one of them - "Sold" was previously unreleased). To sum up, "Punkzilla" despite the childish cover and title which remind us of the Japanese movie monster (Godzilla), should be purchased by everybody who is concerned with punk rock history (I mean the way this music has been evolving for decades).


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