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7INCHPUNK » 2006 » July

Archive for July, 2006

BRYGADA KRYZYS

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

BRYGADA KRYZYS - Centrala/The Real One (Tonpress, Poland) ‘82
Definitely 1st punk record released in Poland and 4th Polish punk record in total- previous are KRYZYS LP & DEADLOCK “Ambicja” LP - both released in 81 by French label Blitzkrieg, both rare and very expensive. Brygada Kryzys (Crisis Brigade) started 81 from the ashes of […]

ATOXXXICO

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

ATOXXXICO-Punks De Mierda (PPR records) 1987 Mexico
First 7″ by this Mexican band (complete w/speed metal-ish influences). They went on to release some demos and an lp and stayed together well into the 90’s with a few member changes. I believe there was recently a discograhpy cd released (in Japan) that contains their complete recorded […]

Kochi-City Hardcore

Saturday, July 29th, 2006

DISCLOSE / INSANE YOUTH split - Kochi-City Hardcore (MCR-063) ‘93
This is probably my favorite band. I love DISCLOSE. Simple, angry, and punk as hell. This is their first split vinyl release as a band. It was released by MCR in 1993. INSANE YOUTH is also excellent on this record but unfortunately I […]

TERMINAL STATE

Friday, July 28th, 2006

TERMINAL STATE - 7″ CANADA 2004
Here’s one of the best record from the 2000′ s. TERMINAL STATE : 7″ from 2004 on HATE THE 80’s RECORDS. This Canadian band played exactly like early DC HC bands such as TEEN IDLES or more… Great 5 tracks records, delicious… No sleeve.

Tracks
Your rules
Four walls
Im a snob
Punxploitation
Im through
Posted […]

The Young Lords

Friday, July 28th, 2006

The Young Lords 7″ (Sonet, Norway) 1980
The Young Lords were a punk/new wave/power pop band from Halden, Norway. This was their only 7″ released in 1980, produced by Casino Steel. Three originals and a cover of The Heptones’ “Book of Rules”. The last song “Big Burden” is my favorite. You can’t get much more […]

CHIKUSYO

Friday, July 28th, 2006

CHIKUSYO - Death In Life 7” flexi (Fasten-Up) 198?
This is one i want to share mostly to get more infos about it. Chikusyo should mean something like “way of shit”. Musically well this one is more melodic than chaotic but have your typical catchy riff, with a powerful rhythm section ala Motorhead, i like […]

Nukketeatteri

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

Nukketeatteri - Tervetuloa helvettiin… 7″ ‘82
Nukketeatteri was early eighties hardcore band from Finland and one of those lesser known, although they are one of the best! They put out two records*, this 7″ was selfreleased in 1982. Band was from a small town called Mäntyharju, pressing of this 7″ was 300 records exactly.
Artist […]

FATSY WATAIRE

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

FATSY WATAIRE - Chimene hovelicot 7″ (SOUPLET 107002) ‘78
Very rare 7″ from FRANCE 1978. The music is strange but really near of PUNK ROCK. The main interest of this record is the funny lyrics but you should understand french to have fun with (like BULLDOZER : LP).
Whatever, here it’s now available, so […]

ELECTROFLEX

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

ELECTROFLEX - Into The Night 7″ (Wolfsschanze) 1979

Hartford, Connecticut, has to be the most boring city in the entire U.S., but it coughed up this street-punk gem in 1979. Hard-rockin anthemic thug punk with up-front guitars and tortured vocals — Dead Boys is clearly an influence. Wonder whatever happened to these guys.
Tracks
Into The […]

HEIMAT-LOS

Tuesday, July 25th, 2006

Heimat-Los - Schlag EP (NW010) 1985 - France
Heimat-Los (aka Heimatlos) was the first French hardcore band I ever got into. This 7″ is truly awesome: the songs perfectly balance speed with melody. I don’t know what I could compare Heimat-Los to… perhaps a cross of Flag of Democracy with BGK? Whatever - this band […]