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Post subject:   PostPosted: Mar 17, 2012 - 12:14 AM
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other items I picked up:

The Durutti Column – Circuses And Bread (Factory Benelux)
Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict – Maximizing The Audience (Les Disques Du Crépuscule) 2x12"
Virginia Astley – Promise Nothing (Les Disques Du Crépuscule) - 1985 (2nd) release with cover art by Joël Van Audenhaege
Frank Chickens – Get Chickenized (Flying Lecords) - great Japanese duo that sing a lot about social conditions/expectations for Japanese women - David Toop performs on and produced the album
The Style Council - Café Bleu (Polydor) UK release TSCLP1 <-- a dime a dozen but TSC have released so many singles and albums and compilations that I constantly lose track of what I already own whilst I'm shopping at record stores (and since I don't have a smart phone I can't check my collection via discogs.com) so I took a chance that I didn't have this, at least not with the little booklet liner notes included, and I was right in my assumption. Luckily.
 
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Colin Newman - Commercial Suicide (Enigma/Crammed Discs)

The Chosen - Something for the Weekend (Detour Records) 90s mod revival band from Scotland - their only album - on arguably one of the leading mod revival labels from the UK. A number of choice tunes on this that sound a bit like The Jam, Hüsker Dü, and the Happy Mondays at times (at least to my ears). Quite good.
 
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been on the prowl a lot lately
found these yesterday
The ExMaybe I Was The Pilot / Our Leaky Homes 7" (Ex Records)
fantastic Belgian post-punk, very influential on the 90s Scottish noise-punk/hardcore scene

Phillip Boa And The Voodoo ClubAristocracie (Red Flame)
German experimental/avant-garde Afro-beat post-punk - and an awesome album from 1986 when people still felt like experimenting in that manner, long before it was "safe"

Wire - In Vivo 12" single (Enigma/Mute)
 
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mek wrote:
been on the prowl a lot lately
found these yesterday
The ExMaybe I Was The Pilot / Our Leaky Homes 7" (Ex Records)
fantastic Belgian post-punk, very influential on the 90s Scottish noise-punk/hardcore scene


Hi mek - actuially The Ex were from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They disbanded just a short time ago.
 
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Dr.Dark wrote:
mek wrote:
been on the prowl a lot lately
found these yesterday
The ExMaybe I Was The Pilot / Our Leaky Homes 7" (Ex Records)
fantastic Belgian post-punk, very influential on the 90s Scottish noise-punk/hardcore scene


Hi mek - actuially The Ex were from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They disbanded just a short time ago.



yes, you are correct - and I was typing without thinking
I've been reading a lot about them lately and I still managed to misplace their country of origin <slaps> Confused

Did they really completely disband now? Their last post on their website was that they were taking time to write and work on new songs for this year.
Did that time off lead to second thoughts on continuing at all I wonder? That would be a bit of a bummer but everyone has to move on when they feel the need to.

Either way - this 7" is humungous.
check the tunes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLLpJkDYzsM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L4Qq-xgGLY
 
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Dawson - How To Follow So That Others Will Willingly Lead (Oh My Godley And Creme Cheese) (Gruff Wit Records)

Glaswegian band influenced by Crass and World Domination Enterprises (amongst others) and went on to set up the Gruff Wit label that released other Scottish noise/hardcore/angular post-punk stuff by Badgewearer, The Nostrils, The Keatons and Whirling Pig Dervish.
 
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I just picked up FUK-The New Wave Of British Punk Rock on coltburger records.
Cheesy title but a must if you were into Chaos UK its basically what the band mutated into and sounds pretty close to them as well.
 
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Just got back from Italy. Hard to find good record shops there, but I dug up these nice ones by Italian bands (all on cd):
Tijuana Bibles: Rock and Roll Fighting (V2/Ammonia) - just what the title sez: hot and dirty
Hormonas: Dead Love Blues (Billy's Bones) - great garage punk with a bit of psychobilly
Peter Punk: Saró Pornostar! (Agitato) - "I'll be a porno star"; great hardcore with fun lyrics
H.I.V. ((Hardcore Immortal Violence): Insanity or Death - raging hardcore, wow! Great cover pic of a vomiting or vomit eating girl
The Foreign Object Compilation (Scarey) - sludge, punk, hardcore from Italy and the world
Not Moving: Light/Dark: Singles, EPs and early more 1981-1987 (Audioglobe Relics)- great reissue of Italy's then leading garage psych band
 
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been on a bit of a spree, especially with a recent trip to Montreal. Alot of what is I guess considered garage punk as opposed to the classics. Some decent deals, and alot that I've paid full price for. A sampling in no particular order:

Dead Boys - "We Have Come For Your Children" LP a Canadian pressing of this
Kids - Naughty Kids LP on Fontana
Kids - self titled original on Phillips
Steve Roberts - Do You Know Who I Am? LP on the Exploited record Label
Midnite Snaxxx - Self titled on red Lounge records
Bloodshot Bill - "Dig It Up" LP on Cry Baby records
The Fall - "Dragnet" LP on Step Forward
Various - "Red Snerts" LP on Gulcher records
Apache Dropout - "Bubblegum Graveyard" LP on Trouble In Mind
Guitar Wolf - "Jet Satisfaction" 10" on Guitar Wolf records
Monarchs - "Et Vincere Et Mori" LP onPin Up records
Breastfeeders - "Les Matins De Grands Soirs" LP on Blow The Fuse records
Waldos - "Crazy little baby / Cry Baby" 7"
Pebbles " We're going Shopping" 7" on Planet pimp
Exploders - "Whats What & Whos Who" 7" on Teenage USA
Doctor Explosion - "Aquellos Maravillosos 90" LP on Subterfuge Records
Dicks - "Hate The Police" 7" re-issue on 1-2-3-4- Go! records
 
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savagebeat wrote:
been on a bit of a spree, especially with a recent trip to Montreal. Alot of what is I guess considered garage punk as opposed to the classics. Some decent deals, and alot that I've paid full price for. A sampling in no particular order:

Dead Boys - "We Have Come For Your Children" LP a Canadian pressing of this
Kids - Naughty Kids LP on Fontana
Kids - self titled original on Phillips
Steve Roberts - Do You Know Who I Am? LP on the Exploited record Label
Midnite Snaxxx - Self titled on red Lounge records
Bloodshot Bill - "Dig It Up" LP on Cry Baby records
The Fall - "Dragnet" LP on Step Forward
Various - "Red Snerts" LP on Gulcher records
Apache Dropout - "Bubblegum Graveyard" LP on Trouble In Mind
Guitar Wolf - "Jet Satisfaction" 10" on Guitar Wolf records
Monarchs - "Et Vincere Et Mori" LP onPin Up records
Breastfeeders - "Les Matins De Grands Soirs" LP on Blow The Fuse records
Waldos - "Crazy little baby / Cry Baby" 7"
Pebbles " We're going Shopping" 7" on Planet pimp
Exploders - "Whats What & Whos Who" 7" on Teenage USA
Doctor Explosion - "Aquellos Maravillosos 90" LP on Subterfuge Records
Dicks - "Hate The Police" 7" re-issue on 1-2-3-4- Go! records





Nice finds,Savagebeat !
 
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