Fugazi - Repeater
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1990 Ratings: #52 / 314
User Score
Based on 409 ratings
1990 Ratings: #10
Liked by 21 people
April 19, 1990 / Release Date
LP / Format
Dischord / Label
Fugazi, Ted Niceley / Producer
Post-Hardcore / Genres
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I very thoroughly enjoy a few of the songs on here so instead of shitting on this album conventionally and hurting it, I'm simply going to describe it using one word that coincidentally describes the polar opposite of how my cock felt during this album:

unbearably stiff
In order to witness this album's true genius, you gotta put it on repeat (and let the drums lead you)
My soul has been risen
It's good to reflect on the music that really inspired your eventual favorite artists. I admit this record has some flaws, but overall, it maintains its edge and provides a satisfying listen to show punk in a new light. This is a pretty cool album.
This album is amazing, this album is really moving too(? but it has some elements that aren't bad but doesn't go that well with some songs. And I think most of the songs need something else, but anyways, I really enjoyed this, it's fantastic.

Turnover 9/10
repeater 9,5/10
Brendan 1 8,5/10
Merchandise 10/10
Blueprint 9/10
Sieve-fisted find 9,5/10
Greed 10/10
Two beats off 9,5/10
Styrofoam 9,5/10
Reprovisional 9/10
Shut the door 9/10

Best: Merchandise, Worst: Brendan 1
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Added on: May 2, 2013