Fast N' Loud: Revved Up is one of three special series that airs Extended Episodes with extra information and unseen footage from the Fast N' Loudfranchise, all of which all air on the Discovery Channel. Richard Rawlins and Aaron Kaufman drop their tools and kick back to share the most amazing and funniest video clips collected from around the world.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Fast N' Loud: Revved Up - Ruin (punk band) - Netflix
Ruin was a punk band from Philadelphia. Their first live shows and recordings date to 1980, with founders Damon and Glenn Wallis on guitars, Steve Marasco on bass, and J.R. Arters on drums. By 1982, the lineup of Ruin was largely settled: Vosco Thomas Adams on vocals, Cordy Swope on bass, the Wallis brothers on guitars, and Richard Hutchins on drums. Paul Della Pelle became the drummer when Hutchins left the band in 1984. All six members played the so-called ReUnIoN shows in 1996, 1997, 2013, and 2016.
Fast N' Loud: Revved Up - Discography - Netflix
Terminal! Magazine, soundsheet (1982) Get Off My Back: We’re Doing It Ourselves, Philadelphia Hardcore Compilation. 1983. He-Ho, album released by Red Records. Produced by Bob Bell. 1984. That Was Then This Is Now! Four-song 7" compilation. Engineered, co-produced by Marc Bryan. 1985. White Rabbit promotional cassette single. Engineered by Dan McKay and Marc Bryan. 1985. Fiat Lux, album, released by Shanachie Records. Produced and Engineered by Mark Springer. 1986. Songs of Reverie and Ruin, released by Black Hole Records; CD re-issue compilation of selections from recording sessions of previous releases. Remastered by Jon Lovrich. 1996. Notes: “Master Song” and “Famous Blue Raincoat” written by Leonard Cohen; “Play with Fire” written by Jagger/Richards; White Rabbit written by Jefferson Airplane; “Hero” covered by Superchunk, “The Laughter Guns” (1996); “Great Divide” covered by Northern Liberties, “Secret Revolution” (2006). Carbon 14 Magazine–Legends of Philly Punk 4 song 7″ EP. Remixed by Jon Lovrich. 1997. Ruin Killed: Live at Union Transfer 08.31.13, DVD. Shot by Woodshop Films. 2013. He-Ho/Fiat Lux, double vinyl record reissue by Southern Lord Records. Re-engineered by Bob Ferbrache. 2017.
Fast N' Loud: Revved Up - References - Netflix