Floorpunch: Division One Champs/Goal Line Stand (Yeah it's two records, but still...)
The fact that Right Idea's demo was first distributed at the FP reunion says a lot. Intro. Changes. Ya know what I mean? Millin and Hesser have stories that go beyond my time, maybe they'll post an FP part II?
The tentative runner-up is Farside's The Monroe Doctrine:
The Monroe Doctrine was post-hardcore when people played guitars and hooks and sang about normal shit rather than becoming fixated on aesthetics and sub-clicks like today's post-hardcore morphologies. Millin should have a story or two on this as well. My only story is this: great fucking record.
Honorable mention includes Face to Face's Don't Turn Away, Faded Grey's A Quiet Time of Desperation, Fugazi's 13 Songs, The FU's Kill for Christ, From Ashes Rise's Nightmares, Fastbreak's Don't Stop Trying, Final Plan's Dead End Nights, Fired Up's When the Lights Go Out, The First Step's What We Know. Chuck says lil flip or Freddie Madball's rap project?