With the premiere of Paul Rachman's new American Hardcore documentary film -- using talking-head interviews to chart the rise of DIY punk during the Reagan years -- at the film festival this week, Joey 'Shithead' Keithley and his Sudden Death operation picked a perfect time to re-release the early DOA retrospective Bloodied But Unbowed. Covering the group's vital Chuck Biscuits-powered peak years (1978-83), this remixed and remastered 19-track version includes most of the best stuff from DOA's independently issued singles and EPs, and a few choice tunes from their two best albums, Hardcore 81 and Something Better Change. And with a trashy-thrashy selection that includes Smash The State, Fuck You, World War 3, I Don't Give A Shit and Woke Up Screaming, what more do you need? Actually, the eight extra tracks from War On 45 that were tacked onto 92's Restless release of Bloodied But Unbowed would've been nice. American Hardcore screens at Paramount 3 Friday (September 15) at 12:15 pm.