jeudi 20 décembre 2007
jeudi 22 novembre 2007
mercredi 7 novembre 2007
Warum Joe is a band from Paris. They began in 1981. Their music was somewhere between punk and coldwave. The sound is characteristic because they use a drum machine. This 7" was put out by New Rose in 1983, the band was very happy of this record.
mercredi 24 octobre 2007
Kremlin Kontingent was formed in Corbeille (Essone) in 1982. Before (1981) they have been named "couilles molles et les attributs". This ep have been auto-produced in 1983 and 1000 copies were made.
Kremlin Kontingent was:
dimanche 7 octobre 2007
I don't have to introduce this well known french band. The live tracks was recorded with a drummer (Gaboni from Lucrate Milk) because guys has stolen the drum machine.The record was limited to 700 hand numbered copies.
lundi 24 septembre 2007
Nuclear Device was:
vendredi 21 septembre 2007
mercredi 5 septembre 2007
Lucrate Milk was formed in 1981 at Paris. They have stopped before to split in 1983. In those 3 years they have put out 2 autoproduced e.p. and a split album with MKB. Here is the 2nd e.p.*Nina (keyboard, vocals)
Lucrate Milk was:
Lucrate Milk was:
*Laul (bass, then Bérurier noir)
*Gaboni (drums, then M.K.B.)
*Masto (sax, then Washington dead cats, Bérurier noir)
*Helno (vocals, then Bérurier noir, Négresses vertes).
samedi 25 août 2007
From Epinay sur Seine in 1984. I have discovered this group when they played at the first punk gig which I saw at Ris Orangis (1984). There was also (amongst other) Chaos UK, Lunatic Fringe, Enola Gay....
After this e.p. they have produced a L.P. ("Vive les vacances"),one 12" ("Des goûts et des couleurs") and were presents on some compilations.
vendredi 17 août 2007
One of the whole first french punk bands was formed at Rouen in 1978. They have produced only one 7".
Born Bad Records has repressed those titles with demo and unreleased titles as a LP or a CD. You can find it here.
The members was:
- Gilles Tandy (chant)
- Vincent Denis (guitare)
- Alain Royer (guitare)
- Bitos (basse)
- Philippe Bailly (batterie)
mercredi 15 août 2007
To start a typical french record. From one of the older records I own. It is a cover of the french national anthem "LA MARSEILLAISE" by one of the best french band OBERKAMPF. This version was on a flexi and to have it you had to send a stamp to a fanzine and you had the record in return. It was in 1982....