Öpstand / Seein' Red ‎– Noise Grinding Violence / Seein' Red

Label:
Stonehenge Records ‎– STONE 013, Praxis (4) ‎– none
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Noise Grinding Violence
A1 Öpstand TV Addict
A2 Öpstand Temporary Slave
A3 Öpstand Desperate Terrorism
A4 Öpstand Music Industry
A5 Öpstand Hunt Hate
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B1 Seein' Red Settled
Written-By – Lärm
B2 Seein' Red Fucked
B3 Seein' Red Repeat
B4 Seein' Red The Real Terrorist
B5 Seein' Red No Place
B6 Seein' Red Business

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Credits

  • BassAdrian (37) (tracks: A1 to A5), Erik* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • DrumsManu* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Engineer, Mixed ByMenno "Duim In De Lucht" Bakker* (tracks: B1 to B6)
  • GuitarJeremy* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Lacquer Cut ByGOP*
  • Mixed ByÖpstand (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • MusicianJos* (tracks: B2 to B6), Olav* (tracks: B2 to B6), Paul* (tracks: B2 to B6)
  • Photography By [Seein' Red Band Photo]Theun K*
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByGilles* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • VocalsOlivier* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Written-BySeein' Red (tracks: B2 to B6)

Notes

Pressing info:
2,050 copies (March 1997)
1,000 copies (December 1997)
1,000 copies (June 1998)

Öpstand recorded March 1996, mixed and mixed again many months later at Ape Studio, Orléans.
Seein' Red recorded at Bunt's Studio Utrecht 28 September (in about 3 hours). Mixed on 29th September (about another 3 hours).

Pressing plant, cutting location and engineer are not credited on release, identified with matrix numbers.
Stonehenge catalog number also from matrix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): STONE 013 / A ['SNA' Logo] GOP -TR-
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): STONE 013 / B ['SNA' Logo] GOP -TR-

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knucklehead7480

knucklehead7480

November 14, 2012
I agree with that. Although I always concidered them grind. But then again I got the record and never knew anthing else about the band. Either way, awesome cuts from this band and definately overlooked. Would have liked to hear more but to my knowleadge this is the only thing from these guys.
Musique_Concrete

Musique_Concrete

April 23, 2012
edited over 7 years ago

The Opstand side of this split is just devastating. Sadly, I feel that they were overlooked in the endless sea of "power-violence" (i.e. just plain fast hardcore) bands of the late 90's. If you see this record in the bins while out record shopping, pick it up-- it will be the best $5.00 you've spent in a while...