109 Shouts - 1,091,969 Scrobbles
Judge was a New York City hardcore band, formed in 1987 by Youth of Today guitarist John 'Porcell' Porcelly and former Death Before Dishonor/Youth of Today drummer Mike 'Judge' Ferraro. Their first release was a 7" EP on Porcelly's label Schism (which he ran along with Side By Side/Gorilla Biscuits guitar-player Alex Brown) entitled New York Crew. The record featured 5 songs, one of which was a cover of "Warriors" by the British oi!/punk band Blitz. On this recording, the band was merely a two-piece, featuring Porcelly on bass and guitar, and Ferraro on vocals and drums.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Bringin' It Down - (1:48) - 3,861 plays
- LyricsI WAS THINKING OF IT ALL
THE TIMES I'VE BEEN THROUGH
WHY DIDN'T I FALL?
I WAS BELIEVING IT WAS MY LUCK
DISBELIEVING IN WHAT I COULDN'T TOUCH
- New York Crew - (2:15) - 2,803 plays
- LyricsTHINKING BACK WHEN WE WERE FRIENDS
HOW I THOUGHT IT COULD NEVER END
HANDSHAKES AND SMILES WHENEVER WE MET
WHAT WE SHARED I KNOW I'LL NEVER FORGET
I KNEW OUR PATHS WERE SPLITTING
- In My Way - (1:54) - 2,479 plays
- Give It Up - (2:30) - 3,155 plays
- The Storm - (2:56) - 2,963 plays
- Hear Me - (2:00) - 2,907 plays
- Like You - (2:31) - 2,879 plays
- Fed Up! - (1:45) - 1,836 plays