BRINN ERA JÄVLAR !!!
BRINN ERA JÄVLAR !!!
DOWNLOAD- Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing (1982) Clay Rec.
That’s right Discharge stick it to the man!
When this album was released back in 82′ it was dismissed as ”unmusical”! whatever that may mean the fools who coined the term probably didn’t expect this album to become a hardcore/punk classic that had enough metal tendencies to attract the ear of the thrash metal scene of the time. This album has had a huge influence on everything between d-beat, krust punk and death metal.
Here Discharge rant about power drunk politicians, the outcome of a nuclear war and social injustice! and it makes you realise that there’s a lot of things that haven’t changed during the last 30 years!
This musical gem must not be forgotten! Therefore i urge you to click the link above and let this album hammer your eardrums for the rest of the week! Now I’m of to New York for 6 days of sightseeing and record-hunting!
DOWNLOAD- SCUM (1987) Earache Records
Napalm Death‘s first album! Now that is a top notch album cover made by a member of Carcass! One of my favourites, who invented that type of aesthetic.. was it CRASS? I dont know but i like it.
Anyway this is a piece of grind history. The album was recorded for a cheap sum at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham. At first the A side of the album was intended for a split release with a crossover band but since Napalm Death underwent some changes in line up that project never saw the light of day. Instead a B side was recorded, notably only drummer Mich Harris played on both sides of the album. Eventually some guy from Earache Records came along and decided to release the album.
Shitty filth lo fi production. Just the way I want it. This album is 33 min of relentless audio violence.
A quirky little note about it is that it was entered into the Guinness book of World Records for shortest song ever recorded.
DOWNLOAD- Hated in the Nation (1987) ROIR
A tragic life indeed.
GG Allin hates you from his grave.
Live fast- Die.
Hated in the Nation is one of the most popular records in GG’s discography. It’s made up of singles and live tracks etc. First released on cassette, this recording gained him some wider attention and it’s one of the few GG items thats never gone out of print.
Decomposed zombie-swamp rock’n roll with that typical southern sound to it. The Cramps are amongst the originators of garage punk, blending punk and rockabilly. Also, they’re often associated with the psychobilly genre on wich they were a big influence. The band broke up in 2009 when singer Lux Interior passed away, may he r.i.p.
Off the Bone is a compilation of early singles, b-sides and obscurities first released in 1983. There’s also a couple of covers of songs by The Trashmen, Elvis etc. I’m going to try and sum up the album with a few words.
– Drugs, cadillacs are cool, rich people suck, look at me dancing, voodoo, I’m tired of being bored and my shitty job doesn’t pay enough, leather sex.
Longlasting members Lux Interior and Poison Ivy.
This album is probably best enjoyed driving a cadillac down a boulevard whilst throwing empty beer cans at rich people.