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    Pustostany - 2012 album cover

    Pustostany2012

    Label:Sweet Rot Records – SRR-41, POUeT! Schallplatten – POUeT 12
    Format:
    Vinyle, 12", 45 RPM, Mini-Album
    Pays:France
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    Genre:Rock
    Style:Punk, Lo-Fi, Post-Punk, Indie Rock

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    A1Chujowa Piosenka1:57
    A220121:42
    A3Tylko Ty2:13
    A4Szczecin1:54
    B1Wszystko Co Stałe1:27
    B2Struktura1:12
    B3Tonący Statek Milości3:02
    B4Publiczne Pieniądze2:15
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    Recorded at the beginning of August 2012 in Warsaw.

    Vinyl Edition Of The K7

    400 Pressed

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    Titre (Format)LabelCat N°PaysAnnée
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    2012 (Cassette, Mini-Album, Limited Edition, C-20)Oficyna BiedotaBIEDA16Poland2012

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    jeanjacquesgolmon's avatar
    Modifié il y a 4 ans
    Another review posted on the Yellow Green Red website (July 2017):
    www.yellowgreenred.com
    savagesaints's avatar
    Polish post-punk, released on cassette a few years back and now getting a second life thanks to this speedy platter. Not hard to see why, as these eight songs reveal a sound both mechanical and ornery, on the trajectory of mid-late ‘90s/early ‘00s revivalists of the form (Metamatics, The Crainium, Scissor Girls, Xerobot/Numbers), taking the “Rowche Rumble”-meets-Aural Guerrilla approach to heart and to task. The music screams ACTION, with that primitive lo-bit Atari sounding synth howling and bubbling all over the place, and the rhythmic/chordal agenda set to march/stomp. Lyrics are in native tongue but song titles are translated for us. Despite the similarities to groups past, there are no direct connections to their membership, so be it 2012, 1977, 1995, or today, this is a singular, stand-alone experience with the capacity to excite, and hardly any of us were there to experience it. Might as well rectify that the best way we can. On the garage, noise, no wave and synth-punk axes, this thing totally rips, with energy to burn. Original copies were dubbed over disused Roxette tapes, and sadly that experience doesn’t translate here, but in all other aspects you should be fighting one another for available copies of this. (http://www.sweetrotrecords.com) - Doug Mosurock