Sunday, July 22, 2012
Last of the batch of tapes I lend from Brob for the moment. Cool title despite the spelling mistake (Methods is written as Methodes in Dutch).
1st comp. tape made by Stoffy of Geraardsbergen. A 2nd one was already finished as well but I never heard/seen this one. It was also a benefit tape for organisations against animal cruelty. A subject that punx don't care a lot about these days.
Capital Scum delivers 4 live tracks. There are 5 titles mentioned but I could only find 4 songs. So I labelled 'Slavery' as 'Black Mind Slavery'. They also do 'Gimme Gimme Gimme' of Black Flag.
Eindhoven's Afflict follows with 1 song 'Sharon'.
De Panne's Disgorge is next with 3 tracks off their 2nd demo.
Repulsives from Tielt deliver 3 tracks from their aborted split LP.
Dutch all-female punkband Bambix bring us 3 early tracks.
Next are Shooting Skippies from The Netherlands. Don't know much about them. Melodic stuff.
Side B starts with 2 live tracks of The Dirty Scums.
Next is Rough Justice from Aalst with 3 live tracks. Posted their demo some time ago.
2 tracks follow of French HC band M.S.T.
Dutch crossover band Cry Of Terror follows with 3 tracks.
Next are 2 Polish thrashcore bands, The Corps and Nadzo'r. There's an extra track of Nadzo'r not mentioned on the sleeve.
Tape ends with Swat and his girlfriend with their rapcore project Deadly Serious.
Dirty Methodes To Survive? - Side A
Dirty Methodes To Survive? - Side B
Saturday, July 14, 2012
10th tape on Kurt Boelens' Kankertapes. This one was a benefit for the Limburg AFF.
This is a Belgian bands affair.
Side A starts with Chronic Disease. 3 live tracks, probably taken from the gig in Eeklo with Rose Rose. I have a feeling that the original tape where these songs come from, runs a bit too fast on these recordings. Also cool to hear a more melodic song we did. 'Reflections' didn't last long in our set as it was quite different from our other songs.
Next is René Binamé Et Les Roues De Secours. This band is still active today but shortend their name to René Binamé. Second song 'Jesus Sur Sa' should actually be ' Jesus Sur Sa +'.
One track from garage-rockers The Midnight Men. Released an album on Punk Etc. in 1989. Had Hazel in the band who later joined Rise Above.
2 tracks from Brussels HC-band Mental Disturbance.
Just Something follows with 2 melodic punk tracks. Found out that this was the 1st band of the Stubbe brothers. David Stubbe is better known as drummer for Neuthrone, Holefiller, Möse and Gura (and some other, lesser known projects, bands).
Toespieze was a band from the Bruges-area with Meyer and Sling of Chronic Disease. They recorded one demo of which the 2 tracks were taken from.
Doodt Illegaal follows with 2 songs from their split tape with Youth Crew.
5 Les evolved out of Indecency. They bring us 2 tracks of melodic HC bordering on alternative rock.
Deadly Serious was Swat's rapcore project. Quite funny. Swat ran Zelfkrant zine.
One song included from funpunkers The Dirty Scums.
W.C.P. is the last band. 6 tracks of noisecore with Arnie Chaos on drums. I left those tracks as one track as it was impossible to seperate.
Note: side A has quite some gaps in the songs unfortunately. I guess something went wrong copying from the original tape. It's a bit annoying to listen to.