Savage Republic ‎– Aegean



27 Days
2Ships II
El Porto
Thessaly I
Barbizon Exposure
Arci Kroen
Pio Pico
Thessaly II
2Ships I
Sons And Lovers
The Arab Spring

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MOB110 Savage Republic Aegean(CD, Album) Mobilization Records MOB110 US 2014 Sell This Version
NB.V.02 Savage Republic Aegean(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Bla) Nuit Et Brouillard NB.V.02 France 2015 Sell This Version
NB.V.02 Savage Republic Aegean(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu) Nuit Et Brouillard NB.V.02 France 2015 Sell This Version


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August 5, 2017
referencing Aegean, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu, NB.V.02

Totally great sound, very deep and clear. This pressing is really fantastic. Great stuff !


March 26, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Aegean, CD, Album, MOB110

30+ years later and Savage Republic is still pushing ahead with their latest album Aegean. There are a total of 19 tracks ranging from 30 seconds to 8 minutes in running time. “Victory” opens up the album with a call back to the early SR sound complete with military styled drumming. The majority of tracks are instrumental on this release but tracks like “27 Days”, complete with aggressive vocals, show that SR still have their punk roots firmly set and there’s no letting up in aggression and attitude. The interlude tracks like “2ships II” weave and in and out throughout this album leaving the listener to take a breather and chill out. .
Stand out tracks for me on this release would have to be “Pio Pico”, “27 Days”, “Pelopenssia”, "Sons and Lovers" and “El Porto”. “El Porto” evokes some the surf style sound that SR has provided in the past. “Salonika”, “The Arab Spring”, “Thesaly I” and “Thesaly II” sound like outtakes from their 2013 Varvakios release. Tuxedomoon’s Blaine L. Reininger providing strings on “Salonika” and “The Arab Spring” add a nice touch to mood of Aegean
The digipak is beautifully packaged that folds out with a nice painting by George Nikas that will stand out in your collection. It would be nice to see this get released in vinyl format but kudos has to be given to Savage Republic for making this release happen so quickly.