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Charles Bronson was a prolific powerviolence band from DeKalb, Illinois, existing from 1994 to 1997. Although they were often associated with the straight edge scene, only half of the members actually abstained from drug and alcohol use. Charles Bronson borrowed from the early powerviolence of Infest, who blended youth crew hardcore with the velocity and dissonance of thrashcore.
Charles Bronson (born Charles Dennis Buchinsky; Lithuanian: Karolis Dionyzas Bučinskis; November 3, 1921 – August 30, 2003) was an American actor. He was often cast in the role of a police officer, gunfighter, or vigilante in revenge-oriented plot lines. He had long-term collaborations with film directors Michael Winner and J. Lee Thompson, and appeared in fifteen films alongside his second wife, Jill Ireland.
The term "Charles Bronson" is frequently uttered in Reservoir Dogs (1992) in reference to a "tough guy". He was very active in raising funds for the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Capable of essaying a variety of types, from Russian to American Indian, from homicidal villain to tight-lipped hero, Bronson suddenly became a star at the age of 53. Following the success of Death Wish (1974) he repeated, with little variation, his role as a vengeful urban vigilante.
The image of Bronson fits with Bronzi perfectly, who plans to continue acting. Read on below for everything you wanted to know about the Charles Bronson double. BZFilm presents exclusive interview with Robert Kovacs aka Robert Bronzi. Obviously you bear an unbelievable physical similarity to Charles Bronson. Do you have any other similarities to him, things you like to do, or character wise? I think we are much alike in a few ways other than physical appearance.
The eponymous self-referencing sample comes from Gary Oldman's character in True Romance. They played fast and heavy thrash and hardcore along with contemporaries such as MK-Ultra and Social Coma.
He was legendary for playing tough guy roles. Charles’s father, Walter Buchinski, was an Eastern European emigrant, evidently from Druskininkai (now in Lithuania). Charles’s mother, Mary (Valinski/Valinsky), was born in Pennsylvania, to Eastern European parents. Charles’ maternal grandmother was named Mary A. Butsavage. In a 1974 interview, Charles stated: In Ehrenfeld, we were all jammed together. All the fathers were foreign-born.
Charles Bronson was an American actor who gained fame for portraying vigilante-type characters in revenge-oriented movies. His first notable role was in ‘Apache’ (1954) and his first major role was portraying murderous Modoc warrior Captain Jack in ‘Drum Beat’ (1954). His lead role in the detective series ‘Man with a Camera’ (1958-1960) led to more starring roles in a number of low-budget films.
|A3||Ebro's Mosh Song|
|A4||Sick Of O.J.|
|A6||Bible Thumpers Go To Hell|
|B2||Why Do You Bother?|
|B4||I Can't Be Friends With You Because You Like Epitaph|
|B5||Eazy E's Fucking Dead...|
|B6||Second Hand Choke|
- Recorded At – Attica Studios
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing – U-40769M
- Bass [Shiney Bass] – Jon*
- Drums [Cryptic Cans] – Ebro*
- Guitar [6 String Mayhem] – Mike*
- Recorded By – Chuck*
- Vocals [Vocal Demolition] – Mark*
First pressing – 500 on black vinyl, missing the song "silenced" on the back cover.
Second pressing – 500 on black vinyl with photocopied covers, "silenced" added.
Third pressing – 300 on black vinyl, "silenced" added via sticker on back cover.
Fourth pressing – 1500 pressed, first 200 hand numbered on grey vinyl with red covers (mailorder letdown version), 1300 on grey/purple vinyl, clear vinyl and black vinyl. All have matte, glued pocket sleeves (this entry).
All 14 songs recorded at Attica by Chuck, Chicago IL. This just happens to be a repress.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): U-40769M-A SW-07 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): U-40769M-A SW-07 B
|SW-07||Charles Bronson||Charles Bronson (7", EP)||Six Weeks||SW-07||US||1995|
|no.1||Charles Bronson||Charles Bronson (7", EP, RP, Pur)||Youth Attack||no.1||US||1996|
|SW-07||Charles Bronson||Charles Bronson (7", EP, RP)||Six Weeks||SW-07||US||1995|
|no.1||Charles Bronson||Charles Bronson (7", EP, Num, RP, Gre)||Youth Attack||no.1||US||1996|
|no.1||Charles Bronson||Charles Bronson (7", EP, RE, Gre)||Youth Attack||no.1||US||1996|
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