No More Censorship

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No More Censorship
No More Censorship cover.jpg
Studio album by Scream
Released August 1988
Recorded 1988
Genre Hardcore, post-hardcore
Label RAS Records
Scream chronology
Banging the Drum
(1986)Banging the Drum1986
No More Censorship
Your Choice Live Series Vol.10
(1990)Your Choice Live Series Vol.101990

No More Censorship is an album by Scream released in 1988 through RAS Records (RAS 4001). It is the first Scream album to feature Dave Grohl on drums, who went to be a part of many successful bands, most notably Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age, and Them Crooked Vultures as a drummer, and Foo Fighters as guitarist and vocalist.

No More Censorship was notably the first album by the band to be released by Reggae label RAS Records, at the time RAS was attempting to dive into a rock market. The label brought Scream on board to attract other burgeoning rock acts.

The original release of the album is out of print. In 2009, there were reports that Dave Grohl was interested in re-mixing the album for re-release.[1] A reissue of the album, subtitled "NMC17", was released for Record Store Day/Black Friday in 2017 by Southern Lord Recordings featuring a new mix overseen by guitarist Franz Stahl, an augmented track list, and all new artwork.[2] A full release is expected in April 2018.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hit Me"
  2. "No More Censorship"
  3. "Fucked Without a Kiss"
  4. "No Escape"
  5. "Building Dreams"
  6. "Take It from the Top"
  7. "Something in My Head"
  8. "It's the Time"
  9. "Binge"
  10. "Run to the Sun"
  11. "In the Beginning"



  1. ^ "Scream To Play Black Cat In Washington DC". Website. Dischord Records. Retrieved 7 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "RSDBF '17 Special Release: Scream - NMC 17". Retrieved 2017-11-26.