Discography (Jesuit album)

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Compilation album by
Released April 12, 2011 (2011-04-12)
Recorded 1996–1998
Genre Hardcore punk
Length 46:29
Label Magic Bullet (MBL–127)
Producer Kurt Ballou
Jesuit chronology

Discography is a compilation album released by the American rock band Jesuit. Released on April 12, 2011 through Magic Bullet Records, the compilation features every song ever recorded by the hardcore punk group during their brief tenure in the mid 1990s. Jesuit recorded a demo tape, two self-titled EPs and a Black Sabbath cover for a compilation album before disbanding in 1999.

The album was generally well received from music critics. Shawn Macomber of Decibel gave the album a nine out of ten rating, describing it as "a beautifully remastered collection documenting the all-too-fleeting existence of one of the seminal bands that made post-post-hardcore's mid-'90s vicious turn so darkly exhilarating."[1]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Jesuit, except where noted[2].


Discography personnel as listed in CD liner notes.[2]


  1. ^ Macomber, Shawn (May 2011). "Surprise! Assault and battery!". Decibel. Philadelphia: Red Flag Media Inc. (79): 84. ISSN 1557-2137.
  2. ^ a b Apokalypse, Mike; Browne, Keith Michael; Canavan, Ryan; Chandler, Nicholas; Cook, Brian; Eyestone, Brent; Hall, Rich; Hamacher, Jason; Lovro, Brian; Mowery, Mike; Orlando, Andrew (2011). "Jesuit: An Oral History". Discography (CD booklet). Jesuit. Magic Bullet Records. MBL–127.

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