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Fugazi – The Argument

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  • The band name is derived from the abbreviation Fugazi, which is an American slang term from the Vietnam War. Fugazi here was an acronym for: "Fucked Up, Got Ambushed, Zipped In" and referred to a hopeless combat situation.
    Fugazi comes from the Washington punk and hardcore scene of the 1980s.

    Releases appear on the record label Dischord, whose founder is Fugazi member Ian MacKaye, who gained notoriety with various Washington punk bands (e.g. Minor Threat) in earlier times. The freedom of action provided by the non-commercial label is used by the band to preserve certain principles, such as low concert prices, concerts without age restrictions, and no mass events.[1] Various free gigs (e.g. protest action at the beginning of the 2nd Gulf War in 1992 in front of the White House in Washington, D. C.) are also possible in this way. Despite all this, Fugazi enjoys a high level of recognition in the hardcore punk scene, not only in the USA, but on almost every continent. For many other music groups of this scene Fugazi has a role model character.
  • Artist: Fugazi
    Label: Dischord Records
    Format: LP
    Units: 1
    Country: US
  • A1 Untitled
    A2 Cashout
    A3 Full Disclosure
    A4 Epic Problem
    A5 Life And Limb
    A6 The Kill
    B1 Strangelight
    B2 Oh
    B3 Ex-Spectator
    B4 Nightshop
    B5 Argument