Nausea (2)

Members of Nausea (2): Al Hoon, Amy Keim, John John Jesse, Neil Robinson (4), Pablo Jacobson, Roy Mayorga, Victor Dominicis

Discography of Nausea (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Cybergod 2 Audio 1991 Allied Recordings (3)
2 Extinction 12 Audio 1990 Meantime Records
3 Lie Cycle 4 Audio 1992 Graven Image
4 Extinct Demo 4 Audio 1988 Not On Label (Nausea (2) Self-released)
5 Extinction 12 Audio 1990 Profane Existence
6 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol.2 : '85-'88 31 Audio 2005
7 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1 22 Audio 2004
8 Smash Racism, Now. 4 Audio 1992 Not On Label (Nausea (2))
9 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1 23 Audio 2004 Alternative Tentacles
10 Lie Cycle 4 Audio 1994 Skuld Releases
11 Extinction The Second Coming 19 Audio 1993 Selfless Records
12 Here Today Hamburg 91 14 Audio Not On Label (Nausea (2))
13 Smash Racism, Now. 4 Audio 1992 Not On Label (Nausea (2))
14 Extinction 12 Audio 1990 Profane Existence
15 Alive In Holland 1991 18 Audio 1993
16 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol.2 30 Audio 2005 Hell Bent Records
17 Live Udine Italy 19.04.1990 C.S.A. 14 Audio 2003 Not On Label
18 Live In Hannover, Germany / Live In Berkeley, CA. USA 21 Audio 1991-09-00 Greenearth Tapes
19 En Vivo Udine, Italia 14 Audio Monorata Cintas Piratas
20 Extinction 12 Audio 1990 Malarie Records
21 Live Stortebeker 2 Audio 1991 Enigmatic Tapes
22 Live Udine *Italy* 19.04.1990* C.S.A 14 Audio IL Mar Autoproduzioni
23 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1 22 Audio 2004
24 Extinction 12 Audio 1990 Profane Existence
25 Here Today Hamburg 91 14 Audio Not On Label (Nausea (2))
26 Extinction 12 Audio Profane Existence
27 It's 10:00pm Do You Know Where Your Mind Is? 32 Audio BBP Records (2)
28 The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1 22 Audio 2004
29 Smash Racism, Now. 4 Audio 1992 Not On Label (Nausea (2))
30 Smash Racism, Now. 4 Audio 1992 Not On Label (Nausea (2))
31 Live In Norwalk CT 3 Audio 2001 F4F Records


Nausea were around from 1985 (early line-ups) to 1992. They were one of the few bands in the New York City hardcore/punk scene at the time playing punk/crust while most of the other bands made the trademark NYHC sound popular.

Although they just had one LP and a few 7" singles and compilation tracks out they were really popular among the worldwide crust scene and even managed to tour Europe in 1991.


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