Turning Point was once grouped into the '88 era of youth crew hardcore, but they left a legacy that goes far beyond the standard hardcore formula. To many, Turning Point will always be remembered as sounding ahead of their time. Ranging from the raw original demo in 1988, to the more melodic era of the split 7" with No Escape in 1991, the band grew as musicians at an astonishing rate. Whether they realize it or not, many bands wouldn't be around today if there was no Turning Point. In the year 2000, Jade Tree Records banded together a 38-song Turning Point discography CD. The effort collected all of the band's recorded material, along with unreleased and rare live/radio show tracks. Five years later, in 2005, Think Fast! Records stepped in to release the vinyl version of the appropriately titled "1988-1991" discography, as the vinyl versions from these songs were long out of print, and some had never even seen the light of day. Both vinyl pressings of "1988-1991" would sell out quickly, assuring that nearly 20 years later, Turning Point is long from forgotten. RIP Skip Candelori.
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