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7INCHPUNK » 2006 » October

Archive for October, 2006

Happy Halloween…

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

The Misfits - Night of the Living Dead (Plan 9) 1979
Tracks
Night of the Living Dead
Where Eagles Dare
Rat Fink

Misfits - 3 Hits From Hell

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

*A repost for Halloween…

Misfits - 3 Hits From Hell (Plan 9 Records PL1013) ‘81
the red sleeve is the original pressing, 3000 pressed. the misfits seem to have grown even a bigger following these days, you see more and more kids that could very well call me dad wearing misfits tshirts, hats, etc…i started to […]

Nauta

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

And now it’s time for another (almost) forgotten treasure!
Nauta - Onko Suomi Vapaa Maa? 7″ (Majuri Records 01 AYS 1) 1979
This record is their only record ever. They have allthough songs in two compilations, one song in “3 vuotta myöhemmin” LP and two songs in “Asfalttidisco” LP, both released 1980.
Nauta were (on this […]

DANGERHOUSE RECORDS II

Sunday, October 29th, 2006

Second installment of the Dangerhouse discography and we start to see the real diversity that made this label so fuggin’ cool………..
The WEIRDOS 7″ is seriously one of the best american punk records to EVER be released. Both songs are classics and should be part of every new/young punks lesson plan. The ALLEYCATS 7″ is […]

Antidote (UK)

Friday, October 27th, 2006

Antidote - Destroy Fascism (Loony Tunes 1987?)
This record of Antidote from Leeds UK recorded in 1986 appears as an untypical Loony Tunes-recording at least to me…no snare drum thrash…no grindcore…
just politically motivated sound against fascist tendencies in Britain…and musically realized very well…

Tracks
We Support
Education PtI
Education PtII
Shock Horror
Theres No Need
Rememberence Day
K-2 Indian Reastaurant
Irish Joke
We Support All Forms […]

OUTO

Friday, October 27th, 2006

Outo was a manic Osaka thrash band and here I include their three EP releases plus their tracks from the Thrash Til Death compilation. Notice how on their first two 7″s they play with a sloppy and loose style much like 1985-era Confuse and the Innocents, but on their last 7″ and the Thrash Til […]

Terveet Kädet

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

Terveet Kädet - Rock Laahausta Vastaan EP (IKBAL) 1980
You should know everything about this : the best hardcore-punk EP EVER released along with Terveet Kädet-”II”(7″EP) - if You want that one as well, just send a comment with request.
Transferred it from vinyl yestereday for a friend in the U.S.A. and thought I might share […]

Amebix

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

Amebix - Winter ep (Spiderleg Records) 1983
Founded in the late seventies as “The Band With No Name” Amebix were far ahead of their time acomplishing the feat to integrate several aspects of heavy metal into their apocalyptic sound without ever apearing as a heavy metal group.
These two tracks bulid the “winter ep”…beware…the quality of […]

Asocial

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

Asocial - Religion Sucks EP (Dissonance) 1986
Hardcore!!! Asocial released three EP´s (Det Bittra Slutet ´84, Religion Sucks ´86, House Of Gore ´92). This one is their second EP, released by Dissonance-Records from Germany in 1986. Ultra-brutal shoutings and guitars like a chainsaw - Yes!!! You can fid some other Asocial sonx on the compilations Really […]

V/A-ANGLICAN SCRAPE ATTIC

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

V/A-Anglican Scrape Attic 7″ flexi (No label) 1985
Really solid, mid 80’s compilation put out by U.K. thrash maniac, Dig Pearson. Dig released another comp. flexi similar to this called “Putrid Evil” (feat. Stupids/Civil Dissident/Septic Death) before deciding his hobby of releasing records by bands he loved needed a name. He […]