Complete Discography is a 1989 compilation album released by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat on the band's own Dischord Records. Despite its title, it only includes songs that were released on studio releases. It contains their three EPs, the Out of Step album and Flex Your Head compilation tracks, yet lacks the three tracks from the 20 Years of Dischord box set: the live version of the track "Straight Edge" and songs "Understand" and "Asshole Dub". It also doesn't contain the demo versions of the songs "Minor Threat", "Stand Up", "Seeing Red", "Bottled Violence", "Small Man, Big Mouth", "Straight Edge", "Guilty of Being White" and "I Don't Wanna Hear It" which were released on the First Demo Tape album. Both releases, though, were released several years after Complete Discography. The newly discovered song "You Betrayed Me By Growing Up" is also not included. The cover photo (later imitated by Nike) is of singer Ian MacKaye's younger brother, Alec MacKaye.
Two separate covers for Complete Discography were issued. The 1989 original version had a red cover (shown below), which looks exactly the same as the first Minor Threat EP, and the 2003 remastered issue of the...