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Japanese Slang - Life Made Me Hardcore - 2010 (Japan)

Discussion in 'International anarcho-punk downloads' started by punkmar77, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. punkmar77

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    Track List:

    01. Smashed To Smithereens
    02. Question Now
    03. Black Rain
    04. The World Of Lunacy
    05. Amid The Raw Pain
    06. Winter
    07. Chernobyl Necklace
    08. Drug Society
    09. Air Raid Days
    10. After The Day
    11. Reality Called Crucifixion
    12. Life Made Me Hardcore
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Life Made Me Hardcore
    Release Date : 2010

    First pressing of 560 copies, all on red vinyl. Gatefold sleeve with additional double sided fold-out poster/insert.Recorded & mixed in May 2010 at Klub Counter Action.Tracks all appear in English on backside of jacket, but appear in both Japanese & English on insert & inside gatefold jacket.Released on CD in Japan by Straight Up Records. European edition released on LP by Hardware Rec
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    Slang Biography

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    Japanese hardcore band from Sapporo, formed in 1988

    Band members: Kiyo (2), Kø, Kohey, Yuhei Sakuma
    Band ex-members: , L.I.N. (2), Hideki Konno, Matsuura, Hayashi (6), Junzy, Koyama (9), Hal., Yuki (61), Yoshitake (3)
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    There are many artists named Slang:
    1. A Japanese hardcore punk band.
    2. A Romanian funk band.
    3. A Belgian jazz-rock band from Brussels.
    4. A Russian 2000s nu-metal band from Omsk.
    5. A Belarusian blues rock band.
    6. A Kazakhstani hip-hop group.
    7. An American band from Florida.
    8. A Russian 1990s hardcore band from St. Petersburg.
    9. A UK broken beat group.

    1: SLANG: Hardcore punk band formed in 1988 in Sapporo, Japan

    Current lineup: Ko (vocals), Matsuura (guitar), Kiyo (guitar), Sakura (bass) and Kohei (drums)

    Slang have released at least 3 demos, 5 singles/EPS and 7 albums
    A new album Life Made Me Hardcore will be released on 25/07/2010
    http://www.slang1988.com

    2: Funk/soul/jazz band from Romania formed in July 2005 for the Golden Stag international music festival where the band won the first prize.

    The band members are Luiza Zan (vocals), Jimmy Cserkesz (guitar), Vicki Red Bull (keyboards), Joo Sebi (bass), Ovidiu Condrea (drums) and Snaps (backing vocals)

    3: Funk/rock/tag]/jazz A Belgian trio, which categorizes itself as "Ethno-Coltranian-Rock", in which each one of the three individuals brings his own ideas to develop a group concept. Jazz, funk, world music, rock, with special attention to the textures and moods.
    François Garny - electric bass, double bass, vocals
    Manuel Hermia - sax alto & soprano, bansuri, vocals
    Michel Seba - percussion
    Discography :
    Los Locos, Carbon 7, 2001
    Save the Chillis, Carbon 7, 2004
    It’s on the way, T4A / Cristal, 2007
    Karmasutra, T4A, 2009



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    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Prank

    Hardcore punk label formed in 1995 by former WEGL 91.1 FM radio DJ, Maximum Rock & Roll columnist and reviewer, former 924 Gilman Street booker and long time L=Mordam Records employee a1407428.
    Modeling the label after classic 1980's punk labels like L=Pusmort and Over The Top, the label focuses not only on its local San Francisco Bay Area punk scene, but also bands from the owner's native Southeast and additional points around the globe.
    In 1995 Prank hosted the first Japanese Hardcore band to tour in the US, a brief mini-tour by A=Assfort which paved the way for multiple tours of Japanese hardcore bands in the US, including one the following year by Japanese punk legends A=Gauze. The next year the band began its association with southerners A=His Hero Is Gone and A=Damad whose dark, low end distorted records for the label helped define "The Prank Sound" associated with the label.
    In 1997 and 1998 Prank hosted two "Prank Fest" festivals in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the strong Southeast punk Scene and bands associated with the label. This festival was revised and relocated in 2004 to Austin, Texas.
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  2. AMcQueen

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    Link went down, and this is way to good of a record to not be available.
     
  3. punkmar77

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    Fixed...thanks for the heads up
     
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