Various ‎– Rotterdam Collection - Various Bands From Rotterdam

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A1 Bodysnatchers (2) Do You Really Wanna Dance The Whole Night Trough 3:00
A2 Tändstickorshocks Religion Part 1 0:29
A3 Tändstickorshocks To Hell With Shell 2:04
A4 Tändstickorshocks Kill For Peace 0:48
A5 Foreign Bodies (5) Blackout 3:10
A6 Revo (3) Fuck The School 0:40
A7 Revo (3) Geloof In God 0:25
A8 Revo (3) Blah Blah Blah 0:40
A9 Bunker (3) Zombies
Drums – Steve KeenGuitar – Peter Graute
3:03
A10 Loomis Gang Trouble Maker
Written-By – Jaap Spigt
2:27
A11 M Sound No Lust 2:35
B1 Stealer You Dont Say You Love Me 2:06
B2 Chatterbox (9) Someone Talks 4:00
B3 Pierre (17) I Wanna Be Killed By You 1:20
B4 Pierre (17) Kockah
Written-By – Pierre van Duijl
0:58
B5 Rondos Vivisection 1:14
B6 Rondos Peace Dilemma 2:50
B7 Alibi Ike Bedroom Agony 4:32
B8 Black Slack Telling Me Lies 4:10
B9 Steve* Neon Theme
Written-By – Martin Van Der Leer, Peter Graute, Steve Keen
2:15

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Concept by Peter Graute. Recorded at Backlash Studio Rotterdam 1979/80.
Track B 9 Steve Keen's Neon Theme ends in a locked groove
and the track was used for the opening or closing for the Dutch anarchistic youth program "Neon TV" (1979/80).

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  • Matrix / Runout: BBR0001 A 22 C 1
  • Matrix / Runout: BBR0001 B 22 C 1

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lasimifare

October 15, 2009
Rotterdam Collection---A snapshot of the Dutch Punk / New Wave scene in Rotterdam 1979 with TANDSTICKORSCHOCKS / RONDOS / REVO & more....
Re-Steve Keen's "Neon Theme" was the opening track for Bob Visser's Neon (an anarchistic youth program made for VPRO television in 1980).
Re-Tandstickorshocks-Johan Kugelberg quotes-- The kids in Tandstickorshocks must have been aware of Wire and the Young Marble Giants, but the minimal primitive music they create is original in the same manner as the artists on Pat Conte's "Secret Museum of Mankind" compilations
Re-Pierre-his first recordings heavily influenced by James White/Lydia Lunch/ Half Japanese later he switched from guitar to accordeon became Cor Witjes and gained some commercial success.