Riot, Riot, Upstart

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Riot, Riot, Upstart
Studio album by Agnostic Front
Released September 7, 1999
Recorded Big Blue Meenie Studios,
Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Genre Hardcore punk, crossover thrash
Length 29:11
Label Epitaph Records
Producer Lars Frederiksen
Agnostic Front chronology
Something's Gotta Give
(1998)
Riot, Riot, Upstart
(1999)
Dead Yuppies
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Riot, Riot Upstart is the sixth full-length studio album from New York hardcore band, Agnostic Front. It was released in September, 1999 on Epitaph Records and follows Something's Gotta Give released the previous year. The album was produced by Lars Frederiksen of fellow punk band, Rancid, and the title track appeared on a volume of Epitaph Records' Punk-O-Rama compilation series. Another album, Dead Yuppies, was released in 2001, also on Epitaph Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Police State"   1:03
2. "I Had Enough"   1:37
3. "Riot, Riot, Upstart"   2:12
4. "Sit And Watch"   1:51
5. "Blood, Death and Taxes"   1:22
6. "Frustration"   1:19
7. "Sickness"   1:32
8. "Shadows"   1:40
9. "Nowhere to Go"   2:45
10. "Trust"   2:11
11. "My Life"   2:16
12. "It's Time"   1:29
13. "Rock Star"   1:34
14. "Nothing's Free"   1:45
15. "Price You Pay"   0:55
16. "Jailbreak"   1:36
17. "Bullet on Mott St."   2:04
Total length:
29:11

Personnel[edit]

Agnostic Front
Production

Trivia[edit]

  • The editing for the "Riot Riot Upstart" music video was done by the same editor who worked on the Brady Bunch title sequence. This explains the segregated screen effect which is used several times in the video.

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