CONFLICT (the Arizona one)- Last Hour LP
An article from the Phoenix New Times back in 2014 really sums up the record nicely. Check it out:
The Most Influential Arizona Punk Records: #6 - Conflict, Last Hour
TOM REARDON | DECEMBER 18, 2014 | 9:00AM
Depending on your stance, the diversity in punk rock, both in how a band or performer sounds or behaves, is either a great thing or a thorn in your side. Conflict was such a band. Ahead of their time, definitely, and full of deliciously angst-ridden rage, for sure, but not part of the cookie-cutter hardcore scene that thrived in their time and for years after their demise. Hell, there's even a much more well-known hardcore band from England with the same name stealing their thunder to this day, but we'll talk about that a bit later.
Our Conflict, the early '80s Tucson band, put out a 1983 record, Last Hour, that is one of the most influential punk records to come out of the Old Pueblo and one of the most influential Arizona punk records as well. And they are ours, without a doubt, even if they came from the dusty town to the south and didn't fit the typical image of their peers...
Link to the rest of the article: https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/music/the-most-influential-arizona-punk-records-6-conflict-last-hour-6594902
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