almost all the good ones are already listed...
The Fort Worth Teen Scene(s)!
Garage Punk Unknowns
Northwest Battle Of The Bands!
Any of the box sets Estrus put out. Crack a beer, and get crazy!!! Dave Crider just had an ear for good music. These all stand the test of time as fantastic comps.
The Lunch Bucket
7" Combo Deluxe Pizza Box
Any of the Romulan Records comps. What a great label. I bought everything they put out, you couldn't go wrong. The surf stuff was so reverb-drenched, water would drip out of your speakers. And a series where every song was about food? Forget about it!!!
Girls in the Garage
The Surf Creature
Beat on the Krauts
Real Gone Garbage
Diana's Rootin' Tootin' Wild Teenage Rock 'n' Roll Party!
All 3 Volumes of Rat Music For Rat People. Really well put together comps. The first one has some of the best recordings of D.O.A., Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Dead Kennedys, Flipper, T.S.O.L., and Bad Brains you've ever heard, and the shit was LIVE!!! Man, I wish I could have been at the Elite Club in San Francisco back in the early 80's for these shows. Wow!!!
The Killed By Death comps. Although some of the stuff should have remained lost forever.
All 8 Volumes of The Big Itch. Crazy stuff, guaranteed to piss off anyone not into garage rock
All 3 volumes of The Flipside Vinyl Fanzine. The soundtrack to skateboarding!!!
The Garage Punk Unknowns Box Set Vol.1-4, and Vol.8. Very much like the Back From the Grave comps, and they're on Crypt Records, but nobody has mentioned them yet. Friggin' Stellar!!!
Punk And Disorderly Vol.1. Back in the day, if you bought this new, it blew your fucking mind! The grooves on mine are almost completely worn through.
NARDCORE. My favorite 80's hardcore punk comp!!! Well that, and Welcome to 1984, the awesome Maximum Rock n Roll comp (I never knew bands could play that fast...Wow!!!)
Dance Craze. I know it's not punk or garage, but what an influential album for me. Back in the 80's, if you were into punk, you were probably into ska too. And it remains one of my favorite live albums of all time.
Drink Beer! Yell! Dance! Midwest Teen Band Frat and Garage Stompers 1961-1966!! If you do not have this record, I feel sorry for you. The only LP put out by Deke Dickerson on his Ecco-Fonic label (everything else was a 7"). It is simply a PARTY on wax, plain and simple. Search it out, no matter what it takes. It, honestly, is that good!!!