No Cause for Concern? Issue #6 | December 1982 | Page 18 | Discharge

I had read in a fanzine that Discharge were as energetic on stage as they sound on vinyl. This is the the truth. Discharge's anti-war and anti-system songs were delivered in full force. I swear Cal must do a gram of speed before he goes on stage. They had a lengthy song list which was cut short because the bass player broke (cut?) his finger. Although they did do a few songs without him, the sound was excellent. Some of the songs they did: "Never Again", "Drunk with Power", "The possibility of Life's Destruction", "Why" and ended their show with "Decontrol". Even though they didn't finish their set, on a scale of 1-10, I gave them a 10.

- Dave (Bill) Holmes

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