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The fans are like a cult. And the cult that surrounds Fugazi must be one of the maddest in the history of rock. The hardcore scene's grand masters of Straight Edge (no booze, no drugs!), the Washington quartet has taken the genre to strange new places. On this fourth album from June 1995, released on Dischord, Ian Mac Kaye and friends took on dub (Version), angular rock (Combination Lock) and even ballads (Forensic Scene). And to reassure the most concerned long-time fans, we have classic Fugazi at their most biting and bloody (Downed City, Back To Base). Combining the worldviews of Public Image Ltd., The Fall et Black Flag, Red Medicine is the most beautiful, most menacing door onto the rock’n’roll of the 1990s. Hardcore was reaching the age of reason, and consolidating its neurons like never before. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Do You Like Me
00:03:15

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

2
Bed for the Scraping
00:02:50

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

3
Latest Disgrace
00:03:34

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

4
Birthday Pony
00:03:07

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

5
Forensic Scene
00:03:04

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

6
Combination Lock
00:03:06

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

7
Fell, Destroyed
00:03:46

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

8
By You
00:05:12

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

9
Version
00:03:20

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

10
Target
00:03:32

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

11
Back to Base
00:01:45

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

12
Downed City
00:02:53

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

13
Long Distance Runner
00:04:21

Fugazi, Performer, Composer, Writer

Dischord Records

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The fans are like a cult. And the cult that surrounds Fugazi must be one of the maddest in the history of rock. The hardcore scene's grand masters of Straight Edge (no booze, no drugs!), the Washington quartet has taken the genre to strange new places. On this fourth album from June 1995, released on Dischord, Ian Mac Kaye and friends took on dub (Version), angular rock (Combination Lock) and even ballads (Forensic Scene). And to reassure the most concerned long-time fans, we have classic Fugazi at their most biting and bloody (Downed City, Back To Base). Combining the worldviews of Public Image Ltd., The Fall et Black Flag, Red Medicine is the most beautiful, most menacing door onto the rock’n’roll of the 1990s. Hardcore was reaching the age of reason, and consolidating its neurons like never before. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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