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« Reply #945 on: March 28, 2011, 09:27:24 AM »

DIE KREUZEN "Big Bad Days" 7"
With members of Boy Dirt Car, found this locally and I thought 5,- for the 7", I'll give it a shot! One side is kind of... ehmm grunge related rock? Other side acoustic tune. I'm no expert on this field, yet I did like it. Old 7"s do have charm in them whatever the style..

NIHILISTICS "bad...dirty...hate" LP
Scummy punk rock from '89. Used to play cover song of this with one of my old bands c. 15 years ago? With songs about hate, killing, black leather, etc.. how can you go wrong!

VMTK "sikahuora" 7"
Year 1990 in Finnish HC and this has members known (before or after) Rytmihäiriö, Uutuus, Wind of Pain, Anal Intruder, Forca Macabra etc. But this set some standards on the asshole attitudes in punk. Towards "scene" itself. Title track itself is such macho manifest and follows anti-vegetarian, anti-straight edge songs and general lyrics about killing and waving middle finger to all directions. Vegetaristi - paskaa päässä!  So when just about every turd of finnish hc/punk has been re-issued, where is re-issue of this?!?

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« Reply #946 on: March 28, 2011, 07:30:53 PM »

Shift - Bulk Could be my favorite one from Shift. The tittle and the cover descibes the sound very well: like a big, concrete made building. Really beautiful.

BT.HN - Her Serpent I got to know this project by the 12" released by Dogma Chase. Vitiated was indeed something very different from this (and all other previous?) releases, Her Serpent being much more pure harsh noise. Thick layer of noise covers everything while quite a lot is happening lower in the mix.

VMTK "sikahuora" 7"
So when just about every turd of finnish hc/punk has been re-issued, where is re-issue of this?!?

Just about everything from the 80s, much less from early 90s. Also some members of the band may object doing reissues or the master tapes may be lost - both of these apply eg. to Uutuus material (same era, some same members).
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« Reply #947 on: March 28, 2011, 11:33:19 PM »

Halthan/Brandkommando (C40, R.O.N.F. Records): Halthan side: first track is quite noisy and intense, for Halthan, best track on this side. The others are more in the style of the Corrupt tape, but a bit less good than that tape. Last track, don't really know what to think of it. Brandkommando side: hadn't heard Brandkommando prior to this tape. Rather calm stuff indeed, but with a dark, rather ominous vibe to it. Might be worthwile to check some of his other stuff out.
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« Reply #948 on: March 29, 2011, 04:21:13 AM »

Kaaos - Ismit LP - glad to have the extra tracks, but I don't like how they dropped them onto each side end - should have listened to the 10".
Wolfpack - A New Dawn Fades
Wolfpack - Lycanthro Punk - how difficult is it to find the LP, and how much can I expect it to be?
Meanwhile - Remaining Right
Meanwhile - The Road to Hell
Meanwhile - Reality or Nothing
Slaughter Strike - At Life's End
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« Reply #949 on: March 30, 2011, 05:25:50 AM »

Grunt - seer of decay
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« Reply #950 on: March 30, 2011, 04:40:25 PM »

PERPETRATORS - HATERAPE CS (NORDISK KLUB 06)

I rarely post in this thread, but this had to have a mention. Extremely lofi old school PE, like Teenage Nuremberg Consumer Electronics with more vocals, Nordisk Klub is a small CPH tape label run by the kids behind the projects released. All the releases looks really good and crude. Also recommended is the Megan tape (see live footage in the video thread) and the Redflesh tape, if you're into HC Punk. I think the releases can be ordered thru Posh Isolation, Lukas of 17 years, the main guy involved in the label told be that they are building an website. So guess the tapes will be available from there as well pretty soon
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« Reply #951 on: March 31, 2011, 09:34:53 AM »

Been listening to the Megan tape alot, dosen't quite deliver the goods in the same way as the liveshow did, but still very much enjoyable. Weird sounding youngster-PE.

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« Reply #952 on: March 31, 2011, 06:39:56 PM »

LE SYNDICAT "Festing D'acier" LP
hmm... sale speech mentions this is closest to industrial what LS has done.. but should it say closest to techno? I mean, drum machine beats that drive forward, are more common from slower tempe techno music - whatever it would be. But some beats wouldn't be out of place from some thug throwing rhymes over it. If it sounds bad, no worries. Actually this is pretty good. If you do get over the certain type of beats, suddenly there is abundance of physical noise, huge amount of distortion and later days Whitehouse type of fast delay meets sound stretching. Not by any means to be compared to early 80's Le Syndicat, but if they can come up with this stuff in 2009, it makes them much more relevant than many of the old names who have utterly fucked up, what comes to quality.

Beyond some of these French machine noise guys, latest playlist is dominated with Finnish hc/punk. Kaaos/Gadgers 7", Vox Flatus 7" (more humoristic postpunk even with Neubauten/Missing Foundation wibe occasionally), Massacre 7", Massacre split 7", Rattus "rajoitetty ydinsota", Maho Neitsyt "jne" 7", Bastards 7",... I think some of this stuff still not seen re-issues, so luckily the vinyl is in shelves! Have piled up some old finn & us hc-punk ready to go to turntable...
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« Reply #953 on: March 31, 2011, 08:32:48 PM »

.. but should it say closest to techno?

 like the 2 Panzerbeat cd's (i liked those) or more like the Daft cd (sucked imho)?
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« Reply #954 on: April 01, 2011, 06:55:05 AM »

I don't have those CDs..
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« Reply #955 on: April 01, 2011, 01:58:20 PM »

Bestializer - Suburban Low Life, CS (Joy De Vivre)
Perpetrators - Hate Rape, CS (Nordisk Klub)
Sewer Election - Bristning, LP (RTB)
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« Reply #956 on: April 01, 2011, 02:49:41 PM »

PERPETRATORS - HATERAPE CS (NORDISK KLUB 06)

I rarely post in this thread, but this had to have a mention. Extremely lofi old school PE, like Teenage Nuremberg Consumer Electronics with more vocals, Nordisk Klub is a small CPH tape label run by the kids behind the projects released. All the releases looks really good and crude. Also recommended is the Megan tape (see live footage in the video thread) and the Redflesh tape, if you're into HC Punk. I think the releases can be ordered thru Posh Isolation, Lukas of 17 years, the main guy involved in the label told be that they are building an website. So guess the tapes will be available from there as well pretty soon

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« Reply #957 on: April 01, 2011, 05:31:10 PM »

Nordisk Klub is a great label name. I don't know why but I associate it to Swedish/Danish porno mail-order/clubs of the seventies.

Went through a pile of tapes in the office and found

Sharon's Last Party Bayonets to Lhasa Tape


Released by ochu's kickacid release in 2007 so I guess that's why nobody talks about it. Very different from the stuff the made when Martin Bladh was a member. Violent droneing? It is pretty noise without being noise. Very organic feel and the cymbal banging could have given it a occult feel but with junkies on the cover instead of strange symbols you are left with the feeling of the dirt instead. I like it. Bayonets for Lhasa was even better then I remembered.
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« Reply #958 on: April 01, 2011, 11:22:22 PM »

first time i played Bayonets to Lhasa it made me think of Nekrophile, organic occult noise. a jewel!
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« Reply #959 on: April 02, 2011, 04:58:26 AM »

Bizarre uproar -15 year box
The Sodality-Beyond Unknown Pleasures
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