Wow, coming through these, I saw this band a lot in 2011. I think that was there breakout year! These guys worked really hard too and are excellent ppl.
These are sort of updated as 2 of the below shows are mastered better than the ones that are duplicates of the ones above. I have more shows recorded, it’s just a matter of cutting the WAV and mastering. I recorded some pretty interesting and weird places of this band performing. Fun stuff!
I saw the reunited Refused at the Glass House in 2012 and at FYF Fest. I might have one more show to upload but it’s pretty much the same set as all the 2012 sets from that year. Both nights were pretty awesome and had an excellent time watching the guys burn the place down.
The next 2 sets are in support of their most recent release, FREEDOM. I thought at first this album was lukewarm but upon listening to it additionally I grew to like it even more. It’s roughly a 1/2 hour long in length but the energy and fire is still there. Unfortunately, I think I heard that one of their principle writers left the band, some fans were disappointed in this change, but the band must go on.
The last version of the Hurricane show here is the most recent upload of the show, fairly sure that the older one could be 192kbps AAC (m4a) coded files. I might have some more R.O.S. shows, just have to find em…
This was released from a CD compilation called “Notes from the Underground” and was released on 7″ backed with “Wading.”
I found several years ago on the record label Mute’s website for sale. I bought it and it comes with the radio edit of “Adamantine,” “Talon,” and “Moreau.” The latter two tracks were released together on a 7″.
“Bosozoku!” What an album, what led to this band’s great sophomore release, “Hag Seed.” It’s hard to find on CD nowadays but it’s here in 3 formats, I think the first link are 192kbps mp3s.
Ah, I got these mp3s from a friend in Europe whom I lost touch with. He transferred these from cassette, hence the condtition on “Jack Lord” was not so great but seriously a kick ass song.
The album that crushed me upon listening to it in its entirety. The title track always gets me riled up and puts me in a good mood. This is my all-time favorite album and desert island disc for sure.