15 janvier 2011

Flux Of Pink Indians, The Fucking Counts Treat Us Like Pricks, Spiderleg Rcds, 2xLp, 1984

So here is the second Flux record. More original, very unique but also very hard to listen a true experience, very trying. This album is about men and women relationships, especially violence ones, rape, as one of the member of the band had been sexually assaulted in his youth. A very impressive record. The following of the article on wikipedia : The band's second LP, The fucking counts treat us like pricks, was banned by retailers HMV, and copies were seized by Greater Manchester police from Eastern Bloc record shop, which was... [Lire la suite]
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11 janvier 2011

Flux Of Pink Indians, Strive to Survive Causing the Least Suffering Possible, Spiderleg Rcds, Lp, 1983

Time for a good old anarcho-punk record : first lp by Flux Of Pink Indians released on their own label Spiderleg record in 1983. Plus, I add their 1981 first ep on crass records. Wikipedia : The band formed from the remaining members of the Epileptics (who later changed their name to Epi-X due to letters of complaint from The British Epilepsy Association) by Colin Latter (vocals) and Derek Birkett (bass) with guitarists Andy Smith, Neil Puncher, and drummer Sid Ation (who was also a member of Rubella Ballet). Their debut EP... [Lire la suite]
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