Overground Records releases punk rock, anarcho punk, proto punk and other interesting reissues, and the occasional new release by bands we’ve previously reissued.
Overground Records started in 1988 inspired to reissue a few punk rock classics. The first few releases were limited edition vinyl pressings, but with the advent of compact discs we started manufacturing CDs because we could include up to 74 minutes of music, making them better value. Much of the catalogue is also available for download.
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The latest release is the new single from Paranoid Visions ‘Two Black Eyes’. Two new and seriously wonderful tracks, limited 7″, 500 only with insert. You might hve seen all the controversy surrounding U2 about it, who described Paranoid Visions as brats. Hilarious!
Previous release was The Cravats In Toytown, which faithfully reproduces the original artwork and insert, but has the addition of an inner sleeve.
Next up is a reissue of The Licks 1970’s EP which reproduces the original. 500 only.
Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life is hitting the road this year with these confirmed dates: 17th April York Fulford Arms, 18th April Workington Vaults @ Elliott’s, 2nd May Newcastle-upon-Tyne Cluny 2, 3rd May, Middlesbrough Westgarth Social Club, 23rd May Oxford Jericho Tavern, 5th June Wellingborough Horseshoe Inn, 11th July Wirral Fort Rock Perch, 25th July Wickerman Festival. Tickets are £8 advance, £10 on door.
North East Calling is back September 26th at University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne with The Damned, The Exploited, Angelic Upstarts, Anti-Nowhere League, Subhumans, 999, Restarts and more. Tickets from www.gigbox.co.uk
Two Black Eyes
Artist: Paranoid Visions
Two new tracks from Dublin’s legendary punk stalwarts. Limited to 500.
Artist: Nuclear Socketts
Contains their two 7”, the flexi, the previously unreleased third single and two studio demos. 300 only, orange vinyl.
The Curse Of Zounds! LP
500 only pressing on white vinyl that closely reproduces the original pressing’s cover, inner sleeve and label.
The Cravats In Toytown LP
Artist: The Cravats
Closely reproduces the original artwork and insert, but with the bonus of an inner sleeve.