Various ‎– Wiener Blutrausch

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0 120 280 Various Wiener Blutrausch(LP, Comp) Schnazz Produktion 0 120 280 Austria 1979 Sell This Version
0 120 280 Various Wiener Blutrausch(LP, Comp, TP) Schnazz Produktion 0 120 280 Austria 1979 Sell This Version
50.000 Various Wiener Blutrausch(CD, Comp, RE) Tonau Records 50.000 Austria 1989 Sell This Version
none Various Wiener Blutrausch(CDr, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label none Austria 2003 Sell This Version
SCHALL001 Various Wiener Blutrausch(LP, Comp, Ltd, Num, RE) Schallter SCHALL001 Austria 2013 Sell This Version
SCHALL001 Various Wiener Blutrausch(LP, Comp, Ltd, Num, RE, Red) Schallter SCHALL001 Austria 2013 Sell This Version

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theMaro

theMaro

November 23, 2016
referencing Wiener Blutrausch, LP, Comp, 0 120 280
...another detail: when I bought the LP in Vienna in 1979, the records were sold without the excellent cover and liner notes,
the police had confiscated the artwork of the whole stock (shop in the Opernpassage) and so the last remaining were sold in their plain white dustjackets and PVC covers...
still have it and agree to the other comments- and I preferred British Progressive then; Pete Brown&Piblokto, Battered Ornaments and began to understand The Stooges:Fun house-
the real scream was of this kind ;-) and already +- nine years old!!!
djmushroom

djmushroom

May 9, 2015
referencing Wiener Blutrausch, LP, Comp, 0 120 280
what is considered by many as THE seminal early vienna punk compilation for the most part fails to deliver when listened to today.
the music is still deeply rooted in 70s art rock with decidedly un-punkish virtuoso breaks and ugly high speed guitar wanking. zappa certainly was a bigger influence for most of these musicians than the stooges or the clash. mordbuben ag at least try (but fail) to be punk, leaving only chuzpe who manage not only to "get it right" but also to give their version of punk an individual, regional flavour. their sarcastic "beislanarchie" is without doubt the highlight of the compilation.
on the other hand: in 1979 vienna was still a depro post-nazi city and everybody who stood up and stood out against the mainstream deserves respect. so maybe it's the gesture that counts more than the actual music. that and the brilliant cover artwork by stefan weber.