Genre: Metal
Label: BFD
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Cro-Mags Best Wishes LP (Crystal Clear & Multi-Color Splatter Vinyl)


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New York Hardcore Band's 1989 Sophomore Album!
Pressed on Limited Edition Crystal Clear & Multi-Color Splatter Vinyl!

The second album by the New York hardcore band, originally released in April 1989. The album's cover reflected the band's interest in the Hare Krishna religion which started with previous singer John Joseph and then carried on through Harley Flanagan who also became a devotee.

What would Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead have sounded like if they'd been influenced by the Hare Krishna sect and the beliefs of Hinduism? They might have sounded like New York's unorthodox thrash metal/punk outfit the Cro-Mags, whose Best Wishes rocks ferociously while expressing a very Hindu viewpoint....The New Yorkers may see the violent, chaotic world around them as a living hell, but their overall message is one of hope and optimism. The Cro-Mags do see better days ahead - even if one has to go through various reincarnations in order to find them. Of course, a headbanger doesn't have to embrace Hinduism in order to appreciate Best Wishes - whatever one's spiritual beliefs, this is a band that rocks without hesitation.
-Alex Henderson,, 4/5 stars


  • Crystal Clear & Multi-Color Splatter Vinyl


Side A:

  1. Death Camps
  2. Days of Confusion
  3. The Only One
  4. Down, But Not Out

Side B:

  1. Crush the Demoniac
  2. Fugitive
  3. Then and Now
  4. Age of Quarrel

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