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German Vorkriegsphase - Auf In Den Tod

Discussion in 'International anarcho-punk downloads' started by KAAOS-82, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. KAAOS-82

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    The raw buzzsaw guitar sound that catagorises Japanese Punk bands of today can be traced back to this classic cult band from Germany.
    As the germans on AP.net know I've been listening to this repeatedly so I figured I might as well share the awesomeness.
    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED LISTENING! :thumbsup:
    Interesting fact, the guitarist has 11 fingers.

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5zU1_m21L4[/video]

    Tracks:
    01.Deutsch demokratisch
    02.Starve to death
    03.Rotes mieder
    04.Uberlebenschance
    05.Politiker
    06.Dallas
    07.Das ende der welt
    08.Aufrustung
    09.Neue heimat
    10.Geld fur waffen
    11.Dick Bonz raus
    12.Rumpelstilzchen
    13.Reinfall
    14.Elende weiber
    15.Don`t cry fight
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Auf In Den Tod
    Release Date : 1983

    Some LPs included a foldout insert. Catalog# on labels "RRR 22", on sleeve "RRR.22"℗ 1983
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    Vorkriegsphase Biography

    West-German Hardcore-Punk band from the city of Kaufbeuren in Bavaria.

    Band members: Kurt (19), Georg (8), Mad (27), Frank Berger (2)
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    German band that seems inspired by Disorder et al, with stark distorted guitar not unlike Confuse et al. released a LP and a 7" in 1983.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Rock-O-Rama Records

    One of the first German punk record labels, founded by Herbert Egoldt.
    Rock-O-Rama Records started as a label releasing punk rock and hardcore bands, mostly from Germany and later also from Finland. The first album by German skinhead band Böhse Onkelz (1984) was indexed by the West German government for sexist and violent content and subsequently banned. Releasing White Power band Skrewdriver's second album, Rock-O-Rama gradually turned into a label for various European White Power and RAC (Rock Against Communism) acts. What had started as a label releasing European punk rock of a generally progressive vein, became rapidly known for radical right-wing (and frequently indexed) releases, being for a long time the most successful and notorious label of its kind. Adding to its notoriety, from early on the label repackaged and reissued material without bands' consent or paying royalties.
    After the the death of Herbert Egoldt in November 2005 the Label was sold & is active again with selling old stock material, re-issues etc..

    Catalogue number system:

    RRR xxx - LPs (1980-1994)
    RCD xxx - CDs (1989-1994)
    RMC xxx - cassettes (1989-1994)
    RRR 1xxx - LPs (2007-present)
    RCD 1xxx - CDs (2007-present)

    Albums rarely, if ever, included lyrics, in order to comply with German law. CD releases, instead of a booklet, contained a double-sided booklet-sized card, with the album art on one side and generic information about the CD format in English, French, German and Italian on the other. Starting from the 1990s, the information panel was replaced with an advertisement for the Rock-O-Rama mail-order service.

    For Rock-O-Rama Records counterfeit releases please use l280696,
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