Friday, July 8, 2011
Neurotic Impulse - Demo 1986
I've had some people ask me for this one. Some pre Vision Hardcore. Neurotic Impulse spawned Vision.
Anybody that knows anything about Jersey Hardcore knows the name Vision right? One of the longest running positive "youth crew" hardcore bands. Starting somewhere around 1987. Well this is the origins of Vision, Neurotic Impulse from 1986. Not sure how many of these are floating about but i would guess not too many.
There is a very well written and informative bio written on Vision over at: I Scream Records. Its way better than anything i could come up with even though i was around from the beginning i can't remember much of those old days. All i have are these old demo tapes, some flyers and old pics to help sort out the peices. I know these guys as Neurotic Impluse played a show in my old basement. We had plenty of good ones down there in that hole. I know i have pictures somewhere i will have to dig up. In the meantime, enjoy this awesome little peice of NJHC history.
I wonder if these guys have ever had a beer yet??? Damn Straight!
I got off my lazy ass and found a picture of N.I. playing in my basement.
Neurotic Impulse - Demo 1986 Side A
Neurotic Impulse - Demo 1986 Side B
Posted by demo tapes at 12:09 AM
Labels: Demo, NJHC, Skin, Straight Edge
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Downloaded the links and it's only the songs "We Survive" and "Grow Up, Fuck You". Any way you can post the remaining songs? This is a great find, I'd love to have the entire demo. Thanks, man.
Hey Buske, Try it again. I just tested all the files and they are all working. Maybe there was a divshare clitch before. let me know!
OK, got it. Didn't notice you have download them each individually. Thanks!
Just awesome your blog! I discover a lot of great bands! Thanxxxxx man!
do you have money dog's demo?
sorry adrian, no money dog demo...
YO, JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT YOUR BLOG RULES!!!!
These demos are awesome. I still have this demo. One of the 1st demos from a band I was friends with. Brian Boucher went to Franklin HS and sold me the thing for $3. It is still around. This such a great historical find and piece of NJHC history, especially for the New Brunswick and Somerset County areas. N.I. spawned three bands. When they split Pete V. went on to help form Sticks & Stones. Brian & Dave helped form Vision. Garrett & Brian eventually linked up to form Seperate Peace with Pete Horvath from September Violence & PED.
Thanks for this. I'd love to see some more basement pics.
hey guys, brian boucher here, N.I. drummer. thanks for all your interest and your comments, it's very gratifying. this has gotten lots and lots of likes on my FB page!
hey guys, brian boucher here. thanks for all your interest!
thanks for all the interest and the comments, guys. —brian boucher
I will most definitely be listening to this in my car later. Thanks for posting this! -c.ross
Hey, any chance of putting this back up? perhaps a mediafire link? would be rad to listen to again...
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