Fascist Communist Revolutionaries

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Fascist Communist Revolutionaries
Various Artists - Fascist Communist Revolutionaries.jpg
Compilation album by
Various artists
ReleasedSeptember 24, 1996 (1996-09-24)
GenreIndustrial rock
LabelFifth Colvmn
Fifth Colvmn Records chronology
Fascist Communist Revolutionaries


Fascist Communist Revolutionaries is a various artists compilation album released on September 24, 1996 by Fifth Colvmn Records.[1] It was the second Fifth Colvmn Records compilation and was released to celebrate the three year anniversary of the label.


Jon Worley of Aiding & Abetting gave Fascist Communist Revolutionaries a mixed review, calling the compilation "a nice a starting point for the uninitiated, but not as important for current fans" but described the tracks by Dessau, Trust Obey and Vampire Rodents as "worth the price of admission."[2] Sonic Boom said "the album serves as an excellent example of the current FCR style with many of the FCR's own bands present as well as a handful of licensed material from European labels."[3]

Track listing[]

1."Exile" (Extended Remix)
2."Suffered" (Extended Remix)
  • Van Christie
  • Jason McNinch
3."Queener" (Booty Banger Mix)
  • Ethan Novak
  • Gregory A. Lopez
  • Jamie Duffy
  • Jason Novak
4."Fucked Up Generation" (Fuck-N-Suck-Gen)
  • Mark Blasquez
  • Linda LeSabre
Death Ride 694:20
  • Bryan Barton
  • Charles Levi
  • Krayge Tyler
6."Hands of Clay" (Schwer Geprüft Mix)John BerginTrust Obey8:23
  • Greg Lucas
  • Anthony Srock
Final Cut5:41
8."Gravida"Mauro Teho TeardoMeathead5:31
9."The Brain Cult of Macho Irony" (Swamp Terrorists Remix)TemplebeatTemplebeat5:39
10."Blind Acceleration"Daniel VahnkeVampire Rodents2:54
11."Need to Destroy"
12."Reported" (Die Krupps Remix)Dirk IvensDive3:06
James Ray and The Performance5:29


Adapted from the Fascist Communist Revolutionaries liner notes.[4]

Release history[]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
United States 1996 Fifth Colvmn CD 9868-63239


  1. ^ "Various Artists: Fascist Communist Revolutionaries > Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  2. ^ Worley, Jon (November 4, 1996). "Various Artists: Fascist Communist Revolutionaries". Aiding & Abetting (122). Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  3. ^ Christian, Chris (December 1996). "Various Artists: Fascist Communist Revolutionaries". Sonic Boom. 4 (11). Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  4. ^ Fascist Communist Revolutionaries (booklet). Various artists. Washington, DC: Fifth Colvmn Records. 1996.CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)

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