Sunday, March 25, 2012

Bristle - Fired From Life 7"

First release of Seattle, Washington punk band Bristle. The band existed from the early 90's to 1999 although a second album was released in 2006.
Bristle have releases on Havoc (The System 7"), Beer City (Inner Conflict 7") and Ransom Note (Won't Die For You LP).
The 'Fired From Life' 7" was released in 1992 on Pot Pie Recrds, a small local label. The only other release I know of is the Chicken 7" posted here before.

1. Humanity
2. Thief
3. Witch Hunter
4. Insane
5. Riot


Sunday, March 11, 2012

Doodt Illegaal / Youth Crew - Split Tape

 Tape released in 1988 with 2 Belgian bands.
Doodt Illegaal were a punk band from Sint-Niklaas. Good studio recordings here, with a hilarious attempt to cover a wellknown song from a wellknown HM band. There was also a zine with the same name from that period. Don't know what happened wih all the members but singer Micky lives in Ghent these days and plays keyboards in Airun Seth, a local noise/sludge/weird band.
Youth Crew was a band from Liedekerke, near the city of Aalst. Despite their name, they weren't a SXE youth crew band, popular in the late 80's. This is ripping, fast HC. Their recording is live (no super quality) from a gig they played in the Jam Club in Mol. 12 songs in about 15 minutes. Their only official release is on the Mexican comp. flexi 'Nobody Listens Anymore'. One member now in electro-duo Nid & Sancy. The Youth Crew side is ripped as one track.

Doodt Illegaal
1. GP
2. Gepruts
3. Nazi Skins
4. Army Bullshit
5. Eendracht Maakt Macht
6. Fear Of...
7. Sheep
8. Paulus De Boskabouter
9. You Say
10. Violent Raping
11. We Don't Want
12. Run To The Hills

Youth Crew
1. Intro
2. See Them Suffer
3. VMO Gestapo
4. Cowboy Ronnie
5. Kishjaro
6. No Time To Worry
7. Violent Children
8. No Idea
9. People Are People
10. Fascist Pigs
11. From Nine To Five
12. You Don't Care

Doodt Illegaal / Youth Crew