Today's focus is the band NO JUSTICE. An awesome band that I know next to nothing about. They had one record, which was released by Underestimated Records back in about 2000. It's a really great record as hardcore 7"s go.
As with a lot of records before about 2005, I only had one version, but about a year or so ago I picked up a second version pretty cheap. Then, a couple of weeks ago found some other versions for sale on eBay. I've watched these things go for reasonable amounts before, but this time I got lucky and picked them up for a pretty decent price. Stoked.
The red vinyl is, I think, the rarest version, being out of 100 copies:
I also bagged the clear vinyl, which is numbered out of 200 and has something to do with Consequence Fanzine. It has a Consequence stamp inside. Not sure why though. Did it come with a zine does anyone know?
I also grabbed this other version with a different sleeve. I think this is the mail order version. It's on black vinyl with blank labels and the sleeve is photocopied and has an Underestimated Records logo stamped/embossed on the back.
This also has a Chicago Fest 2000 three day pass inside. Could come in handy when they invent time machines!
Apart from the test press and stupidly limited versions out of 5, this collection is pretty much there now:
If you've never heard this band, you should check this video. Total insanity. Within 30 seconds the singer has dived into the crowd twice, thrown a mic stand and knocked over the drum kit. Amazing.
Also, I ripped this 7" to mp3 if anyone wants it. Here's the link:No Justice 7"
And finally... just thought I would mention that I have a spare of the gold vinyl version. Get in touch if you are interested.