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    Mob 47 - 101.mp3
    Mob 47 - Animal Liberation.mp3
    Mob 47 - Attack.mp3
    Mob 47 - Crucial Point.mp3
    Mob 47 - Det R Upp Till Oss.mp3
    Mob 47 - Dom Ljuger.mp3
    Mob 47 - Dr. Butcher.mp3
    Mob 47 - Ensayo 2.mp3
    Mob 47 - Girl I Need You.mp3
    Mob 47 - Karnvapen Attack.mp3
    Mob 47 - Krigshot.mp3
    Mob 47 - N.Y Slam.mp3
    Mob 47 - Polisstat.mp3
    Mob 47 - Religion.mp3
    Mob 47 - Res Dig Mot Verheten.mp3
    Mob 47 - Respect The Different.mp3
    Mob 47 - Revolution.mp3
    Mob 47 - Rustning R Ett Brott.mp3
    Mob 47 - Sjuk V Rld.mp3
    Mob 47 - Step Forward.mp3
    Mob 47 - Stop The Slaughter.mp3
    Mob 47 - Tema 1.mp3
    Mob 47 - Upset The System.mp3
    Mob 47 - Vattenkammad.mp3
    Mob 47 - Vi Rustar Dom D R.mp3


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    Release Date : 2010

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    MOB 47 Biography

    Mob 47 is a hardcore punk band that formed in Täby, Sweden in the summer of 1982, originally under the name Censur. In 1983, the band members changed the name to what it's now called: Mob 47. During their early years, they played with the legendary band Anti Cimex. They were influenced by bands such as Discharge, Crucifix, D.R.I., and B.G.K.. They appeared on Pushead's classic 1985 hardcore compilation Cleanse the Bacteria. Most of their original material now can be found through bootleg eBay sellers and P2P servers. Bootlegs and their demo tapes are also floating around at various distros.

    Guitarist and founding member, Åke formed several other bands after and around the time of Mob 47. The bands Agoni, Röjers, Discard, Crudity, and Protes Bengt were featured with Mob 47 on the "Stockholm's Mangel" compilation in 1985. Some with other members of Mob 47, mostly the drummer Chrille. Per, vocalist of contemporary Swedish outfit Bruce Banner, is noted for singing in a number of these bands. Åke has continued to play and released a new Mob 47 demo playing solo with a drum machine in 1998.

    In 2003 Speedstate Records in Japan released a 2-CD official discography. In 2005 the band began to rehearse again. They did their first official gig in 20 years at Debaser in Stockholm on 25 May 2006 and began work on new material which was released in 2008. as Dom Ljuger Igen on Communichaos Media. Mob 47 are still active to this day.

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

    Label - Sony Music

    Main label of Sony Music Entertainment.
    Use this entry for releases from between 1991 and 2005 and 2008 onwards that show the 'Sony Music' logo or releases in general which credit "Sony Music".
    Please note that the logo was different before 2005.
    Also please do not confuse with the Japanese SonyMusic.

    Releases from between 1991 and 2005 may also mention "Distribution: Sony Music". This entry can be used for those 'Distributed By' credits as well.
    For releases crediting "Sony Music Entertainment" for manufacturing, marketing and/or distribution, use Sony Music Entertainment.

    The "xx-xxxxxx-xx" format codes found on releases are not distribution codes and should not be arbitrarily assigned to Sony Music when listed as a distributor. Please add these codes as "Other" in the BaOI section with "Manufacturing code" as description. In 1999, these were replaced by "xxxxxxxxxx" codes.
    Please note that above codes related to label cat# may also appear in disc matrices in "Sxxxxxxxxxx-yyzz" format (these must not be confused with sequential plant codes appearing in S0x00xxxxxx-yyzz patterns, see further below).

    bAbout Sony Music matrix/LCCN numbers:/b

    Some optical disc releases show the Sony Music logo in the disc matrix, with one of the following matrix patterns:

    ➊ 'bSony Music xx-xxxxxx-xx BB CC/b' (used 1994-1995)
    ➋ 'bSony Music Sxxxxxxxxxx-yyzz BB CC/b' (used 1995-2007) or
    'Sony Music Sxxxxxxxxxx-yyzz BB DDD C' (some outsourced pressings)

    Please do not confuse prefix S with number 5 as they appear very similar in matrix pattern #2.

    - For CD releases, yy indicates the disc number (always 01 for single-disc releases; 02 and onwards are used for multi-disc releases), while zz indicates the number of discs in the release (again, always 01 for single-disc releases). DVDs do not seem to use the same numbering for the yyzz part however (yy=A5, A9, B5 or B9).
    - BB is a two or url=https://www.discogs.com/release/3997160-Michael-Jackson-Dangerous/image/SW1hZ2U6MzA5ODA1MjY=(rarely)/url three digit number, usually between 11-25. The last digit is the same as the last digit of the mastering SID code (IFPI L55x).
    - CC is usually machine-stamped into the matrix ring, and is usually A1, A01, A00, B1, etc.
    - DDD is similar to CC but never starts with A, and is usually B00, C00, etc.
    - The following mould SID codes have been observed in these matrices: IFPI 94**, IFPI 63**, IFPI 27**, IFPI 1G**, IFPI T8** (often mistaken as 78** or TB**).

    Please be aware that Sony Music was not the name of a specific pressing plant; these glass masters are in fact manufactured by DADC Austria (1994-1998)/DADC (1998-2000)/Sony DADC (2000-present). If crediting Sony Music from this CD matrix style, please bdo not/b use Glass Mastered At or Pressed By role for Sony Music; the generic Made By role would be most appropriate. Catalog numbers should bnot/b be added to this Sony Music entry.

    For discs that have the "Sony Music xx-xxxxxx-xx" style matrix, please enter in LCCN:
    Made By – Sony Music
    Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria
    Example release: r1381802

    For discs that have the "Sony Music Sxxxxxxxxxx-yyzz" style matrix, please enter in LCCN:
    Made By – Sony Music
    Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria (1995-97 releases) / DADC (1999 releases) / Sony DADC (2001-present)
    Example release: r3088350

    If the "Sxxxxxxxxxx-yyzz" matrix starts with S0100, these entries can also be used for 1998 and 2000 releases:
    Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria with codes S0100257xxx or lower (until c.October 1998)
    Glass Mastered At – DADC with codes S0100259xxx-S0100313xxx (c.November 1998-April 2000)
    Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC with codes S0100315xxx or higher (after c.May 2000)

    ONLY the "bS0100xxxxxx-yyzz/b" and "bS0000xxxxxx-yyzz/b" matrix codes may be entered in LCCN as DADC Austria/DADC/Sony DADC catalog numbers based on release dates provided above.
    Example release: r8944965

    Some CDs may show the name 'Sony Music' with the following matrix style:
    ➌ 'bSony Music 5xxxxxxx/release cat# XX/b'
    usually in conjunction with mould SID code IFPI 07**.

    These CDs are actually manufactured on behalf of Sony Music by Sonopress Arvato (2004-2008), Arvato Digital Services (2008-2011), Arvato (2011-2020), or Sonopress (2020-present). Sony Music should not be credited with Glass Mastered At or Pressed By on such CDs. Please credit the appropriate pressing plant based on the release date of the specific CD and use the generic "Made By" role for Sony Music. One example of this matrix style is r11602006.

    Specifically for Indian Releases, please note: where releases have "18: 12 inch Maxi-Single Vinyl" printed on rear cover, then please add:
    Format= LP
    Add in Notes= "18: 12 inch Maxi-Single Vinyl" printed on rear cover
    And, DO NOT use the Maxi-Single Tag for these releases.