Monday, 27 October 2008

VA - Aussie 3-Way Split Tape! [1997] (cass)

I got this tape through Dado B. (aka Marva) who ran Bloody Murderer Tapes label/distro. This tape is a compilation of three Australian bands which all hail from Richmond, town/suburb of Melbourne. Basically, as I was able to decipher from the cover, this is three releases being put on one tape: Drunkard's "Confusion demo '97" (released originally on Beerache Productions), Phobia's self titled demo and Stand Against's "Bred To Hate" demo. At the time I got this tape I have not heard of any of the bands on it but later I got hold of the "Riot On Ramsay Street" CD compilation and on it you can find one song by Phobia and one by Stand Against, together with some quite interesting bands, so keep your eyes open for that one. Music on this 3-way tape is crust/grind/punk type, and quality of recordings varies from band to band. I personally like Phobia best at the moment, but Stand Against are closing in fast. It's brutal, and it's energetic, so just play it loudest you can and enjoy!!!
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


VA - Aussie 3-Way Split Tape! [1997] (cass)

Year: 1997
Label: Tapes Are Cool
Size: 119 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Drunkard - Humanity
02. Drunkard - Confusion
03. Drunkard - I Don't Wanna Hear It
04. Drunkard - Drunk Edge
05. Drunkard - Blind Consumerism
06. Drunkard - Now's The Time
07. Drunkard - Search For Drunk #2
08. Drunkard - Genocide (live)
09. Drunkard - Christianity (live)
10. Drunkard - What About? (live)
11. Drunkard - Total Dribble (live)
12. Drunkard - Humanity (live)
13. Drunkard - Confusion (live)
14. Drunkard - Blind Consumerism (live)
15. Drunkard - Drunk Edge (live)
16. Drunkard - Now's The Time (live)
17. Drunkard - Mad Doctors (live)
18. Drunkard - I Don't Wanna Hear It (live)
19. Phobia - Bloodfest
20. Phobia - Punters Club Cunts
21. Phobia - PC Fascist
22. Phobia - Racial Nightmare
23. Phobia - Nazi Scum
24. Phobia - False Promises
25. Phobia - Kill 'Em All (Health Hazard cover)
26. Phobia - Instrumental Song
27. Stand Against - Flinders St.
28. Stand Against - Goon Song
29. Stand Against - 14 Days
30. Stand Against - Bred To Hate
31. Stand Against - Let Me Rot Pt. 2
32. Stand Against - Night Of 1000 Promises
33. Stand Against - Sedated
34. Stand Against - Arsehole Bastard

VA - Nova Scotian Jigs & Reels [1998] (cass)

This one (as many other tapes) found its way to me through Dado B. (aka Marva) who ran Bloody Murderer Tapes label/distro. It says it is a benefit tape of some sort, but kill me, I have no recollection for what, well, all Marva's tapes were a benefit for something I guess. The tape itself was put together and cover for it drawn/made by Kukatz and his Fecal Forces Productions. It features five bands who are all from town of Halifax, capital of Nova Scotia province of Canada. Music ranges from crust, grind to fast angry hardcore. I quite like this compilation as I never heard any of the bands before.
Info stuff: The Nova Scotia Punk And Rock Scene page.

Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


VA - Nova Scotian Jigs & Reels [1998] (cass)

Year: 1998
Label: Fecal Forces Productions / Bloody Murderer Tapes
Size: 127 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Disabuse - Rise Above Instinct
02. Disabuse - Voice Your Opinion
03. Disabuse - Innocents To Ignorance
04. Disabuse - I Live On Shame
05. Disabuse - Sad Future
06. Disabuse - Manfish Rampage
07. Moronic Plague - Drop The Bomb
08. Moronic Plague - Rollins Is An Idiot
09. Moronic Plague - Indifferent
10. Moronic Plague - Windwalker
11. Moronic Plague - Mother
12. System Shit - too many songs to list!
13. Wohedness - Little Fellows
14. Wohedness - Mutantville
15. Test Tube Mutants - Need A Change
16. Test Tube Mutants - Televised Suffering
17. Test Tube Mutants - Corporate Monopoly
18. Test Tube Mutants - No More
19. Test Tube Mutants - C.S. (N.D.)
20. Test Tube Mutants - After The Destruction
21. Test Tube Mutants - Goun't Rape
22. Test Tube Mutants - Who's To Blame
23. Test Tube Mutants - Will The Day Come?
24. Test Tube Mutants - Holy Deadlock
25. Test Tube Mutants - Encased In Murder
26. Test Tube Mutants - For All The Wrong Reasons
27. The Chitz - The Cycle
28. The Chitz - Tables Turned
29. The Chitz - Cheap Shot
30. The Chitz - Reactionary
31. The Chitz - Model Citizen
32. The Chitz - Positive?
33. The Chitz - Cred

VA - Benefit za Infoshop (cass) [1999]

This compilation tape was released as a benefit (hence the title) for Attack's Infoshop. Attack (short for Autonomna Tvornica Kulture or Autonomous Culture Factory) was this non-profit organization, almost a coalition of different groups and individuals formed back in 1997 (I think, cos memories are somewhat blurred). Infoshop was a fun part of it all, one could drink a proper coffee there, buy zines (and steal them as many assholes have done), talk to kind and friendly bartenders (who are also responsible for making this tape possible) and generally kill time with a feeling of making a difference. Attack exists even now, it is not dead yet, but to tell you the truth, I have not been involved in it for a long long time, and I have no clue in what it turned out into and I don't really want to know. Well, enough about memories of past times, the tape is mainly Croatian bands, with a few exceptions (Autonomy, Wat Tyler, Phill Hutchings...), music is varied, ranging from dirty punk and anarchist hardcore to some experimental type of music, it is really hard to describe it all. I must warn you that the quality of recordings is pretty low cos most bands donated either live or demo tracks.
Info stuff: Attack.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


VA - Benefit za Infoshop (cass) [1999]

Year: 1999
Label: Crustafari Productions / Inercija / Attack Infoshop
Size: 143 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. S.P.K. - Stop Fights On Gigs
02. Gone Bald - Srca šum
03. Autonomy - Autonomy
04. Pessimistic Lines - A Woman
05. AK-47 - Crno-crvene brigade
06. Wat Tyler - New Life
07. Dislike - Victims Of Progress
08. Slonica Slavica - Đungla
09. Krvavi Mandat - Homofobija
10. T.R.B.U.H. - Tech-No-T.R.B.U.H. (Kill)
11. D.N.S. - Turkish Taxi
12. Phill Hutchings - A Song
13. Sprovod - Those Who Believe Shall Die
14. Loš Primjer - Ugrožena vrsta
15. Demant - Bolesni umovi
16. Šumski - Bolivija
17. Jabbatzuga - Šljakerska
18. Antifrik - Nemam vremena
19. Senseless - Rakija (Doom cover)
20. Radikalna Promjena - Dogma Man
21. Nula - Put
22. Kvalitetni Disko Bend Šuma - (Đeri Haso) Disko pastir

VERBALNI DELIKT [1997] Od verbalnog protesta do otvorenog sukoba (cass)

Second tape by Croatian anarcho legends Verbalni Delikt, called "From Verbal Protest To Open Conflict", this time dealing with mainly anti-authoritarian stuff spiced up with anger about Samobor "riot" (on 31.10.1995.) when special police beaten up and terrorized punx and "normal" youths without mercy after a broken up gig (some 200+ people were arrested). I have written about this band in my previous post so check that for more info. This release also came with a booklet, with lyrics translations and explanations of them in English and it's included in the download folder.
Info stuff: DHP-AK47 distro & label MySpace.

Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


VERBALNI DELIKT [1997] Od verbalnog protesta do otvorenog sukoba (cass)
 
Year: 1997
Label: self released - D.I.Y.
Size: 50 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Ovca
02. Protiv napretka
03. Droga je ropstvo
04. Zaustavimo policijsko nasilje
05. Medijska manipulacija
06. Ekologija
07. Bijes

GRAĐANI DRUGOG REDA [1997] Krik (cass)

Građani Drugog Reda (or Citizens Of The Second Order) were another band from neighbourhood of Špansko in Zagreb, the hot bed of the revolution in the late 1990's. Their sound is straight forward anarchist punk, mixed with hardcore with a little hint of Oi!. "Krik" ("The Scream") is their first demo, and if I remember right their only release cos sadly they were short lived act formed back in 1996 and only playing till the end of 1998. The booklet which went with the tape is included in the download folder.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


GRAĐANI DRUGOG REDA [1997] Krik (cass)

Year: 1997
Label: Self-released
Size: 53 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Drugi red
02. Tvornica morala
03. Panika
04. Cijena UN-a
05. Nakaze
06. Krik
07. Budućnost
08. Poziv rovovima
09. Četiri drota debela
10. Alkohol

RAZLOG ZA [1998] Sutra (cass)

Razlog Za (or Reason Why in english) was as a straight edge hardcore band from a town of Kutina in Croatia. This tape (btw "Sutra" means "Tomorrow") was recorded during the winter of 1997/1998. I liked them a lot while they were playing and I hope you will like them too. It is a really in your face straight edge with a lyrics to match. Can't recollect any funny stories with them cos I never got drunk with them (hehe, sorry for this lame joke!), but I do remember seeing them a couple of times in Baraka venue in Kutina, and they were great!!!
Info stuff: HCM @ Baraka, Kutina.

Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


RAZLOG ZA [1998] Sutra (cass)

Year: 1998
Label: HCM Kutina
Size: 28 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Tvoja mržnja, njihova patnja
02. Sutra
03. Ako želiš
04. Između
05. Hardcore
06. Svi zajedno

Friday, 22 August 2008

HEADJAM [2000] Wizontic

Here is a great band... I did this one on request from my friend Danijel. HeadJam are a punk dub band from south London, England, I hope you like their music, I can't write about them now as I am too much wasted, but it is a great band if you want to chill out and think about shit going around in the world in the same time. Well, have fun with this one people. It is all dubby and political too.
Info stuff: Dirty Squatters, My Space.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-02.


HEADJAM [2000] Wizontic

Year: 2000
Label: Headscratch
Size: 64 MB / 192 kbps / 7z / DL / torrent magnet

01. Girl On The Hill
02. J18
03. Psychic Sponge
04. Fight Them All
05. Stop Running
06. Long Lonely Walk
07. Crystal Sister
08. Death March
09. Dervish

Tuesday, 17 June 2008

DEMANT + S.P.K. [1998] split tape (cass)

Demant were a band from town of Križevci and they play fast angry songs in punk/grind/crust/hc style. S.P.K. were from the town of Split, they play similar to Demant but more punk sounding music, really energetic and in your face songs (my favourites are “Anti-Cop” and “Probudi se”). This split tape was released by Marko S. from In Medias Res fanzine.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


DEMANT + S.P.K. [1998] split tape (cass)

Year: 1998
Label: In Medias Res
Size: 109 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Demant - Intro - Pjesma ratnom profiteru
02. Demant - Uzbuna
03. Demant - Junak kamenog srca
04. Demant - Propaganda države
05. Demant - Životna shema
06. Demant - Religija
07. Demant - Život
08. Demant - Tko je za to kriv?
09. Demant - Pustinja
10. Demant - Litra vina, gajba piva
11. Demant - Way Of Doom (Hiatus cover)
12. Demant - Police Mix (Paraf + Doom)
13. Demant - Noćne more
14. Demant - Sileđije
15. S.P.K. - Uvod
16. S.P.K. - Anti-Cop
17. S.P.K. - No Progress
18. S.P.K. - Kreni u napad
19. S.P.K. - Istina o tebi
20. S.P.K. - Probudi se
21. S.P.K. - Fuck White Power
22. S.P.K. - Krinka smeća
23. S.P.K. - Sloboda
24. S.P.K. - Fight For Your Leader

INTOXICATE + RADIKALNA PROMJENA [1998] split tape (cass)

Wow! This one is a special treat for me! Intoxicate were a crusty band from town of Samobor and Radikalna Promjena are featured already on Nečista Savjest blog (check it out here). Radikalna Promjena side was recorded live 03.01.1998. on a gig in MKNŽ club in Ilirska Bistica in Slovenia during “Preko zidova nacionalizma i rata” (Over The Walls Of Nationalism And War) tour which was done together with Unutrašnji Bunt from town of Kraljevo Kovin in Serbia. Cheers to DHP-AK47 & Humanita Nova for releasing this!
Update on 2008-08-22.: as Dezurni informed me, Unutrašnji Bunt were from a town of Kovin, not Kraljevo.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


INTOXICATE + RADIKALNA PROMJENA [1998] split tape (cass)

Year: 1998
Label: DHP-AK47 / Humanita Nova
Size: 97 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Intoxicate - Intoxicate
02. Intoxicate - Empty Minded
03. Intoxicate - Blue Fuckers + Multinazionals
04. Intoxicate - Joža Kraster
05. Intoxicate - Human Stench
06. Intoxicate - War
07. Intoxicate - Church Of Hate
08. Intoxicate - Freedom + Modern Technology
09. Radikalna Promjena - Diskonekcija (live)
10. Radikalna Promjena - Papir, plastika, šminka i depresija (live)
11. Radikalna Promjena - Dogma-Man (live)
12. Radikalna Promjena - Sva moć natrag (live)
13. Radikalna Promjena - Industrijski raj (live)
14. Radikalna Promjena - Mi živimo u zemlji Kodak trenutka (live)
15. Radikalna Promjena - Sumrak iluzija (live)
16. Radikalna Promjena - Radikalna promjena (live)

DISSECTED HUMAN BRAINS [1997] Kolaps (cass)

Dissected Human Brains (or D.H.B.) were from Špansko, the same neighborhood of Zagreb as Verbalni Delikt. D.H.B. play hardcore with male/female vocals with usual anti-militaristic, anti-state, anarchist lyrics. The band didn't exist for long time (1996-1998) and left only this tape and, for me personally, one very memorable gig in KSET club when they played in front of Nula and Forca Macabra.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-14.


DISSECTED HUMAN BRAINS [1997] Kolaps (cass)

Year: 1997
Label: Self-released
Size: 64 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Intro + Pohlepa
02. Vojne parade
03. Krvavi ljudi
04. Misaona snaga
05. Seratori
06. Društveni kolaps
07. Zvjeri
08. Još jedna žrtva
09. Bijeda
10. Vaša istina
11. Rat, nasilje - zašto?!
12. Pogrešan put
13. Širina gluposti

VA - Prvi korak compilation (cass) [1995]

“Prvi korak” (or “The First Step”) is one of my favourite compilations from the 1990's since it was from this tape I first heard of bands like Atheist Rap that I love and listen to still to this day. Tape features bands from Croatia and Serbia (well, actually all from Novi Sad) and their music styles range from melodic punk/hc to growling hardcore. It was released by M/F Scum Records run by two guys from towns of Našice and Osijek who also did a fanzine called “M/F Scum”. “Prvi korak” also came with a booklet and it is included in the download file.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


VA - Prvi korak compilation (cass) [1995]

Year: 1995
Label: M/F Scum Records
Size: 130 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL

01. Debeli Precjednik - Ne
02. Debeli Precjednik - Zajedno
03. Debeli Precjednik - Bez mozga
04. Nospeedlimit - Techno Sucks 
05. Nospeedlimit - Called Rights 
06. Nospeedlimit - Like Another Fear 
07. Apatridi - Jurišnici 
08. Apatridi - We Remember You 
09. Atheist Rap - Felićita
10. Atheist Rap - Ljubav
11. Bad Justice - Voice Of Future
12. Bad Justice - Šabane!!!
13. Bad Justice - Piccadilly Circus
14. Mitesers - Mige nema bubanj 
15. Mitesers - Kesa
16. Mitesers - Jokić je konj
17. Bijes Zdravog Razuma - Find The Strength (live)
18. Bijes Zdravog Razuma - Homeless? Hungry? (live) 
19. Bijes Zdravog Razuma - Words Of Anger (live)
20. Provokacija - Poverenje je imaginacija
21. Provokacija - Zašto?
22. Frontalni Udar - Probudi se 
23. Frontalni Udar - To je punk 
24. Antitude - Join The Fight
25. Antitude - Stupid Nation
26. Antitude - Jedna zemlja

VERBALNI DELIKT [1995] Za bolje sutra (cass)

Verbalni Delikt is another one of legendary Croatian anarchist hardcore punk bands from the 1990's. They came from neighborhood of Špansko in Zagreb and were formed back in 1994. “Za bolje sutra” (or “For Better Tomorrow”) tape is their first release. They released I think two more tapes and later they transformed through some lineup changes into more widely known band called AK47. All the time they were fronted by their singer Fistra who also did a fanzine called “Bojkot” back in the 1990's and I think he still runs DHP-AK47 distro & label so go to the link below if you're interested in original releases, there might be some of them still available (or reissued). Tape came with the booklet and I've included scans of it in a download file.
Info stuff: DHP-AK47 distro & label MySpace.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


VERBALNI DELIKT [1995] Za bolje sutra (cass) 

Year: 1995
Label: Self-released
Size: 61 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL 

01. Ekologija
02. Religijska kuga 
03. Verbalni delikt 
04. Umišljeni ljudi
05. Bojkot
06. Neki novi svijet
07. Mir
08. A In RH 
09. Sistem - policija
10. Jednakost, mir, sloboda
11. Mržnja
12. Stvarnost
13. Za bolje sutra
14. Rat
15. Za bolje sutra II

BAD JUSTICE [1995] Greed (cass)

Bad Justice were a political punk/core/trash/grind band from a town of Požega in Croatia. As far as I know and can remember they were formed in 1993 and were very active during second half of the 1990's. This tape called “Greed” is their first release, they also appeared on numerous tape compilations and also have released a split CD with Radikalna Promjena back in 1999. They had many lineup changes, but I have to admit that I like them best as they sound on this tape I'm posting here, cos I like their dirty, unpolished sound, and listening this after so many years brought back nice memories of people involved with this band. Also hearing last song “Dictator Speech (outro)” in which they mixed speeches of Franjo Tuđman (Croatian president at that time) and Nazis sent chills down my spine cos it reminded me how awful and scary living was in 1990's Croatia... I could find no info about Bad Justice on the net, but I scanned the booklet and added it to the album folder. 
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


BAD JUSTICE [1995] Greed (cass) 

Year: 1995
Label: Self-released
Size: 64 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL 

01. Greed (intro) 
02. Reject The System 
03. You Have To Go 
04. Dead Police
05. Believe
06. Fuck The War
07. Uništiti politiku
08. Voice Of Future 
09. Šabane! 
10. Piccadilly Circus
11. 10
12. Dictator Speech (outro)

Friday, 23 May 2008

VA - 'Nećemo i nedamo' benefit compilation (cass) [1997]

“Nećemo i nedamo” was a newsletter that was published by ZAP (Zagreb Anarchist Movement) during the second half of the 1990's. It had also an English version called “Zaginflatch” so maybe some of you have seen it. This tape is a benefit released for support of before mentioned newsletter and it features European line up of bands from mainly punk/hc style of music. I think it was released in 1997, but don't take that as a 100% correct since there's no date on the tape cover.Info stuff: Neither East Nor West Alternative News Service (English versions of “Nećemo i nedamo” aka “Zaginflatch”).
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


VA - 'Nećemo i nedamo' benefit compilation (cass) [1997] 

Year: 1997
Label: ZAP / Humanita Nova
Size: 143 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL 

01. Wasserdicht - Medtem ko moliš
02. Wasserdicht - Mind Arrest
03. Guernica Y Luno - La programmo 
04. Guernica Y Luno - You Won't Be Going Alone
05. 3 De Bastos - Las armas
06. 3 De Bastos - Pres's del reloj 
07. Smudos - Starešina 21. veka + YU policijska država
08. Boot Down The Door - Exit
09. Boot Down The Door - You Are Scum
10. Dead Ideas - Rejection
11. Dead Ideas - Stop
12. Oi Polloi - Guilty
13. Oi Polloi - Break The Mould
14. Freak Show - Prejudice Free
15. Freak Show - Pain
16. Scuffy Dogs - Heroj
17. Scuffy Dogs - Revolucija
18. Hoću Neću! - Propaganda 
19. Hoću Neću! - Strašna tužna istinita 
20. Verbalni Delikt - Ekologija
21. Verbalni Delikt - Religijska kuga
22. Those Who Survived The Plague - Smile = Scar

DESINENCE MORTIFICATION + S.M.C [1997] split tape (cass)

Another legendary release by two legendary bands from town of Pula! Desinence Mortification play this grind metal crust kinda music, with political lyrics. They remind me a bit of Dystopia, but songs are much shorter. S.M.C. (or Spiridon Mekas Crust) are energy all the way, growling politically inspired lyrics that comment on Croatian 1990's state and all it's flaws (and there were many to shout about!). Spiridon Mekas is by the way a conspirative name that Josip Broz Tito used while he was in in illegality before WWII. Great release, one of my favourites from the 1990's! 
Info Stuff: Monte Paradiso Netlabel (Flac & Ogg Vorbis download).
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


DESINENCE MORTIFICATION + S.M.C [1997] split tape (cass) 

Year: 1997
Label: Monte Paradiso
Size: 81 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL 

01. Desinence Mortification - A Fight For Defeat 
02. Desinence Mortification - Greed To Live
03. Desinence Mortification - In The Maelstrom Of Hell 
04. Desinence Mortification - Preliminary Campaign-Tricky Game 
05. Desinence Mortification - Guilty Conscious
06. Desinence Mortification - Where Does This Hatered Come From?
07. Desinence Mortification - Wirepullers

08. Desinence Mortification - Hopeful About The Future
09. Desinence Mortification - Everything Remains The Same 
10. Desinence Mortification - Chronical Pleasure
11. Desinence Mortification - We Depend On 
12. Desinence Mortification - Proper Problems 
13. Desinence Mortification - Amorphous World 
14. S.M.C. - Dolaze svemirci (intro)
15. S.M.C. - Recimo ne
16. S.M.C. - Droga
17. S.M.C. - Nijanse
18. S.M.C. - Mass Media + Uništimo moć
19. S.M.C. - Hrvatski populacijski pokret
20. S.M.C. - Otvorite oči
21. S.M.C. - Građanin XY 
22. S.M.C. - Ancora quanto
23. S.M.C. - Crkva
24. S.M.C. - Show Of Pain (Hiatus cover)
25. S.M.C. - Optimist 
26. S.M.C. - Kaos punk i birračinaaa
27. S.M.C. - Svemirci odlaze warpom (outro)

Wednesday, 21 May 2008

KURAC OD OVCE [2001] Čovjek s greškom (cass)

Kurac Od Ovce (or roughly Sheep's Dick) were a band from town called Kutina in Croatia. They were one of great bands from that town and were the one of many Kutina's bands/people involved around Baraka venue/project where I had so many interesting and often drunk nights and seen many good gigs. K.O.O. was formed in 1993 and had a couple of line-up changes. They play a straightforward punk/hc, somewhat reminiscent of bands like No Use For A Name, and have personal lyrics in a straight edge vein but they're not preaching, they're angry and they sound bloody good! This tape is their last release (third one) and it's a double A side release, same tracks on both sides of the tape which was released on Vedran M.'s (of Nula and R.D.K. fame) label Humanita Nova. 
Info Stuff: MySpace, K.O.O. @ baraka-kutina.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


KURAC OD OVCE [2001] Čovjek s greškom (cass) 

Year: 2001
Label: Humanita Nova
Size: 59 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL 

01. Balkanska Filharmonija
02. Poljubi djevojku 
03. Odrastanje
04. Proklet bio R'n'R
05. Nada
06. Kolaps
07. Pogled u ništa
08. Za kamiličare II

DEBELI SAMURAJ [1997] Svako ima pravo na život... na svoj život imam pravo samo ja! (cass)

Debeli Samuraj (or Fat Samurai) were a band from Sombor in Serbia and they play Oi Polloi influenced punk/hc. I got this tape through a friend back in the 1990's and I'm ashamed to say that I don't know anything about them. Lyrics are anarchist, anti-war, and generally pretty good and they sing in Serbian. This tape was a D.I.Y release (and only Debeli Samuraj release that I know of), songs 01-07 from A side and songs 08-14 from B side.
Update on 2008-05-23.: As Milan was kind enough to provide further info on this band I can also inform you that Debeli Samuraj were from a town of Sombor in Serbia, and that they broke up in the late 1990's and that members of Debeli Samuraj later played in a band called Anger Is A Gift.

Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.



DEBELI SAMURAJ [1997] Svako ima pravo na život... na svoj život imam pravo samo ja! (cass) 

Year: 1997
Label: Self-released
Size: 71 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL
 


01. Intro
02. Dosta 
03. Mrziš me + Ne želim
04. Odlazite!
05. Vojnik
06. Zbunjen i ranjen
07. Zašto
08. Nazi Scum (Oi Polloi cover)
09. ''Volim i ja vas''
10. Promašena ideja 
11. Droga-prevara
12. Mc Off And Die!
13. Zaustavimo nasilje
14. Outro

NULA [1994] Pobjedimo laž (cass)

Wow! What to say about this one... This is, for me personally, one of the most important releases that ever came out in Croatia. I was a young punk then, back in 1994 when this came out, and I knew about anarchist attitudes since I've been listening to old bands like Crass and Conflict but this one really hit me hard. I'll try to explain it if I can, it was bloody 1994, war in Croatia was still going on, Generalissimus (wannabe!) Franjo Tuđman (Croatian president, I'm sorry he died only cos if he lived he would be sent to UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague and the bastard deserved it!) was firmly in power, people were crazy from nationalism and war, and then I get this tape, from a very brave 5 piece band from town of Šibenik nonetheless. The town of Šibenik was then in a war zone, and boys from Nula are telling/yelling it to the politicians, cops, army, church, idiots.... They're screaming to those bastards - fuck you, we wanna live our lives! It had a great impact on me, it made me more angry at the war, at the way I'm living in this nationalistic lie, it made me hate the haters. Nula (english Zero) released this “Pobjedimo laž” (or something like “Let's Defeat The Lie”) tape and my life was never the same afterwards (I know it sounds like a cliché, but it's true). Songs 01-17 are from A side, and 18-34 from B side. Last two songs on A side (16 & 17) are from a band called Stratus, also from Šibenik. I think Stratus released one demo tape but as a band they were short lived. Nula later released a whole bunch of stuff, some of them were a split LP with Bijes Zdravog Razuma, split with Bagger from Switzerland, 10” split with Enough from Poland etc. One thing I must add is that it's a big release (in MBs) cos it's almost 90 minutes of tape and I've scanned the booklet with all the artwork (booklet was a split release with Glans Penises #6 fanzine done by a Nula drummer Vedran M.) which I also added to this download.
Re-uploaded on 2012-12-17.


NULA [1994] Pobjedimo laž (cass) 

Year: 1994
Label: Self-released
Size: 242 MB / 320 kbps / 7z / DL
 


01. Pobjedimo laž + Kurvini sinovi
02. Nazi ragazzi - scum
03. Religija za HRD(m) 
04. Demokracija
05. Pamet u glavu
06. Moralna
07. Nismo s vama 
08. Ljubavna pjesma '92
09. Anarhija 
10. Heroji luđaci i kukavice
11. Žrtve 
12. Besmislenost
13. Tupilo
14. S.O.S.
15. Pamet u glavu (live)
16. STRATUS - Snobovi 
17. STRATUS - Rob 
18. Dajte nam to što želimo
19. Pandurska idila
20. Opstanak
21. Ubica
22. Radnička kravata
23. U vinu je spas
24. Priča
25. Nula + Mi smo Nula 
26. Zlo
27. Agonija gladnih
28. Napredak? 
29. Sloboda? 
30. Varijacija na istu temu
31. Sloboda!
32. Pobjedimo laž (live) + Kurvini sinovi (live)
33. Nazi ragazzi - scum (live)
34. Tupilo (live)

Tapes are here... Oops, is it already the end of May?

Hi to everyone!
Again some new posts on Nečista Savjest blog. I was trying to organize some ripping from cassettes, and I finally succeeded! I managed to get a digital preamplifier so some rarities or/and legendary releases from Ex-YU scene (and some other ones too) are gonna be featured next. I have to warn you that quality of those Ex-YU releases (production and sound) are not always the best. During the 1990's when I was involved in the scene tapes were the main way of getting your music to people, since vinyl or CDs weren't accessible (or better said affordable). Most of the tapes releases were recorded in a garage or some other practice place, or in some “cheap” (read: not very well equipped) studio and they were multiplied on home stereos, copied to blank tapes or even on used ones. Only later in 1990's really professionally copied tapes appeared and after that home computers and cheap CD-Rs have done their work (and mp3s too) so spreading of punk became much easier.
Well I hope you'll enjoy what I planned to upload and thanx to everyone who left a comment, I have not posted on this blog, but I have been watching your input and I thank you all once more.
Good blogs that I've found recently are viva la anarquia (in French) and Sabots & Songs (done by Luc(a)s from USA). Go and check them out, I think they're worth it!
That's all from me, and... crap... it really is the end of May... I misplaced one month... somewhere... where did it go... damn... I'll never drink again!



Happy Victory Day over Nazi scums to you all!

Wednesday, 30 April 2008

Šaban Šaulić - Bio sam pijanac

Šaban Šaulić is a legend amongst Ex-YU folk artists. This song is called "I Was A Drunkard" and it talks about an unreturned love turned to alcoholism. Sad really, but I can find myself connected to it somehow. Well, that's it...




Hope you enjoy it, or that it'll just make you wonder what's it all about...

Sunday, 27 April 2008

Babbling on in Babylon....


Nečista Savjest is back after more than a month long hibernation. Nothing much going on in my personal life that would justify this absence from blog, I'll just have to try to stay more consistent in the future.
First of all, big thanx to Ivo B. (AKA Dirty Hedgehog) who provided music for last five posts by kindly borrowing me the CDs and so making it possible to rip and scan them.
Also I added some new links under “Other Cool Sites” and I would recommend you to check them out. Lo-Res Viscera is full of excellent hardcore/grind/crust stuff and it comes from San Francisco, USA. Enemy Of The Music Business is similar, also whole bunch of excellent stuff with maybe more anarchist punk on it, it's in Spanish although it's being made out of Bern in Switzerland. Ballistic Wax is done by John Spithead, front-man of one of my favourite ska/punk bands called Spithead so I'm a bit flattered that I got to know him through this blog :) . As I've already mentioned, all above blogs are well worth checking out so don't let your lazy mouse finger keep you out of reach of some excellent music!
I also managed to move my lazy fat arse and upload new stuff to ADrive and MediaFire as well so I hope that this gives you more choice when downloading.
Thanx to people who left comments, they were a big inspiration and support for me to keep on with this blog!
Also I would like for everyone to leave a comment (under “komentari”) cos I want to see what you like. Statistics for download don't work on ADrive so I haven't got a clue what's being downloaded and adding a comment would help a lot. You don't have to write a 10 page essay, just plain thanks would be enough, and also all problems with links - please post in comments!
Well, that's it for now, stay free and have fun in your life!

Friday, 25 April 2008

SECTION 5 - (1993) - For The Love Of Oi! + Street Rock 'N' Roll

Uhhh, first of all, I have to admit that I don't know much about this Oi!/punk band except that they're from UK and that they started playing in early 1980's. That's all I could dig up on the net, and this CDs booklet wasn't helpful in my search either. All I can tell you is that this is a reissue of two Section 5 albums (2nd and 3rd album, I think) on one CD and that it was released by Link Music and Step-1.Info stuff: MySpace, Punk & Oi In The UK interview.


SECTION 5 - (1993) - For The Love Of Oi! + Street Rock 'N' Roll
Year: 1993Label: Link Music / Step-1Size: 155 MB / 320 kbps
01. Every Saturday02. We Shall Rise Again03. Big 504. Why Me?05. Night Club06. Section 507. For The Love Of Oi!08. Nothing To Look Forward To09. Just' A Bitch10. Full Of Shit11. A Love So Fine12. Fat Thing13. Madman14. Didn't Like My Face15. Remember The Night16. Work It Out17. City Of The Night18. Dance Dance Dance19. Who Shall It Be20. Stand Up21. Back In The US Of A22. Loser23. Last Train Out Of Cardiff24. Street Rock 'N' RollTracks 01-12 from “For The Love Of Oi!” LP.Tracks 13-24 from “Street Rock 'N' Roll” LP.
MediaFire pt. 1 & pt. 2

COCKNEY REJECTS - (1993) - The Power & The Glory

I described what I feel about the Cockney Rejects in my previous post with their “Greatest Hits Vol. 1” so just a short info about this release. It's a Dojo Ltd.'s reissue of their 1981 album released on EMI (and I think their last for those fuckers). It has a more rock sounding songs, not so much of the youthful flare like in their first two albums, but it's still a good release.Info stuff: Official site, Wikipedia.


COCKNEY REJECTS - (1993) - The Power & The Glory


Year: 1993
Label: Dojo Ltd.
Size: 77.3 MB / 320 kbps


01. Power And The Glory
02. Because I'm In Love
03. On The Run
04. Lumon
05. Friends
06. Teenage Fantasy
07. It's Over
08. On The Streets Again
09. BYC10. The Greatest Story Ever Told
11. Lomdob


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Give 'Em The Boot 2 & 5

This two compilations were made by Hellcat Records and they feature some great bands. Through “Give 'Em The Boot” comps I first heard of such bands as Hepcat, Leftöver Crack, Choking Victim, etc. and I'm eternally grateful to Hellcat Records for that experience. Download, listen and then please go to their site and order something cos they've got a whole bunch of excellent releases!Info stuff: Official site, Wikipedia.


Give 'Em The Boot 2 (1999) 
Year: 1999
Label: Hellcat Records 
Size: 129 MB / 320 kbps / 7z

01. Intro
02. Dropkick Murphys - The Gang's All Here
03. Hepcat - Riding The Region 
04. Rancid - If The Kids Are United
05. Tiger Army - Nocturnal
06. The Pietasters - Can't Stand It
07. Nocturnal - Tell Me What You're Feeling
08. U.S. Bombs - Goin' Out 
09. The Gadjits - Bad Gadjit
10. The Distillers - L.A. Girl
11. Buju Banton - Misty Days
12. David Hillyard Rocksteady 7 - The Fool 
13. Buccaneer - Bruk Out 
14. The Slackers - Have The Time
15. Choking Victim - Crack Rock Steady
16. F-Minus - Forget Yourself
17. Leftöver Crack - Crack City Rockers
18. Mouthwash - Fools Gold
19. INDK - Rent For Sale 
20. Vanity 5 - Flight Of The Phoenicians
21. Rancid - Life Won't Wait

DL


Give 'Em The Boot 5 (2006)

Year: 2006
Label: Hellcat Records
Size: 119 MB / 320 kbps / 7z

01. Rancid - Tattoo 
02. Dropkick Murphys - The Warrior's Code
03. Time Again - Cold Concrete 
04. Tiger Army - Swift Silent Deadly 
05. The Unseen - Act The Part
06. The Slackers - Crazy
07. Left Alone - The Sinner
08. The Aggrolites - Funky Fire
09. Horror Pops - Crawl Straight Home 
10. Roger Miret And The Disasters - Another Generation
11. The Heart Attacks - Widow Maker 
12. Mercy Killers - Pamint De Mort
13. Westbound Train - I'm No Different
14. Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards - The Kids Aren't Quiet On Sharmon Palms
15. Orange - I'm A Cxxt 
16. Nekromantix - Driller Killer
17. Static Thought - Victim Of Hate 
18. Los Difuntos - Day And Night

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BAD MANNERS - (1996) - Eat The Beat

UK ska legends Bad Manners and their indestructible front-man Buster Bloodvessel need no introduction, but here it is anyway. They were formed in 1976, and enjoyed great success during 1970's and 1980's. I guess they are one point in my the best UK 2 Tone ska bands triangle consisting of them, The Specials and The Madness. This CD is a reissue of their “Eat The Beat” album from 1988 originally released by Blue Beat Records with tracks 14-18 being bonus ones. Hope you'll enjoy this!Info stuff: Bad Manners Information Service, MySpace, Wikipedia.


BAD MANNERS - (1996) - Eat The Beat


Year: 1996
Label: Dojo Ltd.
Size: 146 MB / 320 kbps


01. Since You've Gone Away
02. Return Of The Ugly
03. Stampede
04. Rosemary
05. Bonanza Ska
06. Sally Brown
07. Skinhead Girl
08. Non Shrewd
09. Mafia
10. Pipeline
11. Big Five
12. Viva La Ska Revolution
13. Dume Batty
14. Gonna Get Along Without You Now (radio edit)
15. Johnny's Knee
16. How Big Do You Love Me
17. Oh Jamaica
18. Gonna Get Along Without You Now (reggae version)


MediaFire pt. 1 & pt. 2

DESMOND DEKKER [1994] Greatest Hits

Back to some ska in this post, and I mean real original first wave ska. Desmond Dekker (1941-2006) was born in Jamaica and he started with his music career in the beginning of the 1960's. He was one of best known (both in Jamaica and internationally) ska/reggae artists before Bob Marley appeared on the scene. This is a fine compilation of his best known hits and it's a good one if you want to check out how it all started.Info stuff: Official page, Wikipedia.


DESMOND DEKKER [1994] Greatest Hits


Year: 1994
Label: Cameo
Size: 106 MB / 320 kbps / 7z


01. You Can Get it If You Really Want
02. I Believe
03. I'ts Not Easy
04. Get Up Little Suzie
05. Pickney Gal
06. Rudy Got Soul
07. That's The Way Life Goes
08. Peace Of Mind
09. The Man
10. Ah It Mek
11. Israelites
12. Perserverance
13. Intensified
14. Tips Of My Fingers
15. Too Much Too Soon
16. Nincompoop
17. Problems
18. For Once In My Life
19. Rude Boy Train
20. My Precious Live


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Wednesday, 26 March 2008

News & other stuff


Hello to all! I thought that I should inform you about some of the stuff I've been involved in during last couple of days.
First of all, for all of you out there who are Dekubitus fans (check my first post ever) there is good news. Dekubitus released their new CD. It's called "Nekro sevdah" and it's the expanded (more songs) and better produced (more polished) version of their 2005 release of the same title. Head over to Poskok blog for more info and details. I got the original CD of this new version of "Nekro sevdah" (I'm not uploading it until all original CD's are sold) and I must say that you won't be sorry if you somehow get it, it has some surprises on it, and it really does sound better than the previous 2005 version.
I've found this blog called jebo copyrights (fuck copyrights) and it's an excellent resource for all of you wanting to learn (download) more about recent Ex-Yugoslavian punk/hc stuff. Check it out, it has some good things on it.
There's also one sad news: PunchDrunk blog is closing down. I visited it today and was truly saddened with this news. It was one of the most inspiring blogs, and for me it was the one that got me into doing my own blog (alongside some other excellent blogs). I'll be missing it a lot, so cheers to Robert and his PunchDrunk!
Also, one of the things that will be going on with Nečista Savjest blog is that I'm going to take a break for a while. I've exhausted my CD collection, and I also want to upload more rare stuff on this blog so untill I figure out the way to rip cassettes (all Ex-YU punk/hc stuff from the 1990's is mostly on tape) to my computer I'll just post stuff on Nečista Savjest from time to time, and only if I find something really interesting.
Concerning dowloads, recently I've been following a discussion on Röckin' Nöiz about ADrive and the speed of downloads from that file hosting service. MediaFire was suggested as a possible alternative. I will try to post future uploads on both ADrive and MediaFire, only irony being that MediaFire has a 100 MB per file limit, so the bigger files (and as I see it, those are the ones needing faster download speed) won't be uploaded to MediaFire.
Well, that's it from me for now. Have fun in your life!

Sunday, 23 March 2008

AKTIVNA PROPAGANDA - (2004) - Na ruševinah kapitalizma...

Aktivna Propaganda are an anarchist punk/hardcore band from Slovenia. They play music that is hard and fast and have lyrics that are uncompromising at expressing band's support and engagement in anti-fascist, anti-NATO, anti-authoritarian causes. "Na ruševinah kapitalizma..." (or "On The Ruins Of Capitalism...") is their second album (the first was self-titled and released in 2000). I watched them a few times live and they give you a good and inspiring show. They are still active so check them out at the links below.
Info stuff: MySpace, last.fm.




AKTIVNA PROPAGANDA - (2004) - Na ruševinah kapitalizma...

Year: 2004
Label: BUM Records
Size: 93.2 MB / 320 kbps

01. Intro
02. Pravica in mir
03. Armija sagnutih glava
04. Državno nasilje
05. Sabotaža
06. State Enemy
07. Antifašistična akcija
08. Osvobodimo si okove!
09. Propaganda
10. Žrtve zavozenga sistema
11. Senza frontiere
12. Outro
13. Ekipa (live at RŠ)
14. Reci NE NATO! (live at RŠ)
15. Klerofašistična idila (live at RŠ)

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PASMATERS - (2002) - Pasmaters

Pasmaters are a hardcore-punk band from town of Pula (yes, it's Pula time again on Nečista Savjest) in Croatia. They were originally formed in 1984 (according to Monte Paradiso Netlabel) but didn't do much and were truly active in the late 1990's. This is their only release that I know of. It was produced by the legendary Jule (of Anti Otpad, Eluj, Barrakuda, Bolesno Grinje, etc. fame). It's 17 tracks of fast and angry hardcore in Pula style and it's also one of my personal favourites. They are not active any more but if you're interested in them beware cos while surfing the net for more info about them you'll find at least three other bands from Croatia with the same name who have nothing to do with the band that I've posted here. Pasmaters is obviously popular name for a band in Croatia, it comes from a swearword phrase "jebo ti pas mater" which can be roughly translated as "dog fucked your mother".
Info Stuff: Monte Paradiso Netlabel (FLAC, Ogg Vorbis & VBR mp3 download of this album).
Update on 27.04.2008.: Anonymous corrected me and here's what he/she wrote: "They are active, and they have a new CD." Also there was a Pasmaters MySpace address provided so here it is -
http://www.myspace.com/pasmatershc. Go there and check out this great band!!!




PASMATERS - (2002) - Pasmaters

Year: 2002
Label: Pasmaters - D.I.Y.
Size: 37.7 MB / 192 kbps

01. 90e
02. Kolaps
03. Daj
04. Dani kiše
05. Žrtva ne samoubistvo
06. Propada
07. Strah
08. Povratak
09. M.E.
10. Početak kraja
11. Herpesija
12. U mraku
13. Dilema
14. Na posljednjoj moždanoj stanici
15. Trag
16. Minuta mržnje
17. Propada 2

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HOĆU? NEĆU! - (2002) - No Border Jam 2002

Hoću? Neću! (roughly translated in English their name means something like "Will I? I Won't!" or maybe "Do I Want It? I Don't!") were a very influential band on Ex-Yugoslavian punk/hc scene during the 1990's. They come from town of Kraljevo in Srbija (Serbia) and play angry political hardcore-punk with really smart lyrics that criticize the nationalist elites and stupidity of war in Ex-YU. I don't know what they're doing now, but I think they still exist since I've found their MySpace page. On this recording you can't feel their full force and energy cos it was recorded in just one day in the studio so it sounds more like a live recording. I'll try to dig up their old tapes I've got, especially "Srpski san" and "Trulež" and upload them if I figure out how to transfer music from cassettes to my PC (any suggestions or info would be helpful - just leave a comment under "komentari"). Untill that happens, and you want more of their music, try googling for them, I'm pretty sure someone from Ex-YU has already posted their stuff on his/hers blog or forum.Info stuff: MySpace.
UPDATE ON 11.08.2012. : Some people have been asking for other Hoću? Neću! releases. I got few on tape, but in very poor quality as I don't have the original tapes, but a copy which is a copy of a copy of a friends' friends tape. That's how most stuff got spread around during the 1990's here in Balkans/Ex-YU. I did manage to find a last.fm page with most of their stuff (or that maybe is their full discography?) with free downloads of all the songs. Stuff online has been released under Uradi Sam label, and the link is here --> Hoću? Neću! discography.



HOĆU? NEĆU! - (2002) - No Border Jam 2002

Year: 2002
Label: Front Rock
Size: 84.6 MB / 320 kbps

01. Intro
02. Ritual
03. Halo efekat
04. Vođa
05. Jovan
06. Trulež #2
07. Od Izbora do izbora
08. Preko zidova nacionalizama i rata
09. Pomeri se
10. Đubre (live)
11. Bednik (live)
12. Pas moj prijatelj (live)
13. Srpski san (live)

Tracks 01.-09. recorded at "Studio na meji", 25.08.2002., day after No Border Jam Festival.
Tracks 10.-13. live 24.08.2002., No Border Jam Festival, Maribor, Slovenia.

MediaFire

LEVELLERS - (2002) - Green Blade Rising

Levellers are well known folk-punk band originally from Brighton, UK. They started playing back in 1988 and are active to this day. "Green Blade Rising" is their 15th album (including "the best of's" & "singles collections" according to their official site) and I have to say that, if you ask me, it's not as good as their early albums. But then, I also have to admit that Levellers were never my favourite band in the first place. I like their politics but their music is missing something, some kick in it, some energy or provocation. Obviously, there's nothing smart or informative that I can say about them so I would like to point you to the links below if you want to know more.
Info stuff: Official site, MySpace, Wikipedia.



LEVELLERS - (2002) - Green Blade Rising

Year: 2002
Label: Eagle Records
Size: 81.9 MB / 320 kbps

01. Four Winds
02. Falling From The Tree
03. Pretty Target
04. Come On
05. Pour
06. Aspects Of Spirit
07. Wild As Angels
08. Believers
09. A Chorus Line
10. Not What We Wanted
11. Wake The World

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