Songwriter – Dag Nasty. Vocals – Dave Smalley (tracks: H2), Peter Cortner (tracks: E1 to F2, G2), Shawn Brown (4) (tracks: A1 to D2, H1). Notes. Live tracks, D2 and H1, were recorded live on 11/3085 at Bethesda Community Center. Tracks A1 to D1 were recorded Halloween 1985 at Inner Ear Studios and mixed 12/85. except tracks A1 and D1 which were remixed Summer 1991 at . 85-86 (Cass, Album, Comp).
85-86 was, at the time, a compilation of rare Dag Nasty tracks (that are now all-too-easy to find on reissues). The first seven tracks were taken from the 10-song session that spawned Dag With Shawn in 2010. The two following were two live performances, Trying and Moni-Q (YouTube), recorded with Shawn, followed by the entire Mango sessions from before the release of Wig Out at Denko’s in 1987. After this is Mule, from a set of test sessions known as What If?, where Peter Cortner recorded new vocals over the Shawn Brown sessions.
Dag Nasty - Another Wrong. 2. Dag Nasty - Circles. 3. Dag Nasty - Can I Say. 4. Dag Nasty - I've Heard. 5. Dag Nasty - Never Go Back. 6. Dag Nasty - Justification. 7. Dag Nasty - Under Your Influence. 8. Dag Nasty - Trying. 9. Dag Nasty - Moni-Q. 10. Dag Nasty - Fall. 11. 12. Dag Nasty - All Ages Show.
Band's List Hardcore Dag Nasty 85-86. Labels Selfless Records. Members owning this album1.
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Dag Nasty - Never go Back. Dag Nasty @ 930 Club DC 8-31-85 (Full Set). A demo that would later on end up becoming the song Mule released on the album 85-86 with different lyrics. Dag Nasty - DC '85 (Sean Brown) Presented By Tee Till Death. Published: 7 years ago. Duration: 36:21.
Under Your Influence.
In 1992, Dag Nasty reformed with Smalley on vocals and released the album Four on the Floor. In 1991, Selfless Records had released 85-86, a collection of early, pre-Can I Say recordings. In 2002 the band got back together, again with Smalley on the mic, returning the band to a hardcore sound. The result of this reunion was the album Minority of One. To this day they still release records, though Dag Nasty remains more of a side project for its members than a full-time active band. In October 2012 Dag Nasty announced a reunion show in Washington DC with their original singer, Shawn Brown. On December 28, 2012 the original Dag Nasty line up played the Black Cat in support of the upcoming documentary "Salad Days: The DC Punk Revolution". The bill also featured Government Issue, another Washington DC punk reunion. The group was reformed again in 2015.