The Misz ‎– Eddy Merckz

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Misztapes ‎– 002
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Tracklist

A1 The Wave Of Miszbehave
A2 Roll Over Bhopal
A3 Fear
A4 Braba-Son
A5 Eddy, Eddy!
A6 (Za)Stava Home
A7 The Heat
B1 CVC: Out Of Hand
B2 The Salmonella Song
B3 Het Is Geen Werk
B4 Qu'est-Ce Que J'ai Dit???
B5 Verlaine Et La Belle
B6 Of Coincidence

Credits

  • CelloJoelle* (tracks: A6)
  • CoverWim Verbeiren
  • GuitarWalter* (tracks: A1)
  • Guitar, Bass, Synth, Drum Machine, Flute, Bells, Tape, Percussion, Voice, Noises, Bass [Bassline], Synthesizer [Casio]Driesz*, Jean-Pierre*
  • SynthWimerik* (tracks: A1)
  • VoiceJoelle* (tracks: A1, B3, B5)
  • Written-By, Recorded By, ProducerThe Misz

Notes

Versions of these songs have been released before on Belgian cassette-labels: "Bhopal" and "Salmonella Song" by The Casette Factory (i.e. The Cassette Factory), "Fear" by Mad In Belgium (i.e. Mad In Belgium 1), "Geen Werk" by Cauchy Prod. (i.e. Cauchy Productions).

A limited number of copies come with the 'Catalogue Of Disasters' booklet, containing all lyrics and political collage-artwork.

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arthuur

arthuur

April 13, 2008

This K7 is a good example for the extreme high quality of the 80's cassette-culture-scene.
Beside the usual noise- and experimental-projects there were also great new-wave-bands like The Misz.
Their very catchy sound is comparable to early Virgin Prunes with some more pop-appeal; fine harmonies and male/female singer made this band to remarkable milestone in european new-wave, although they unfortunately never reached a bigger audience.
And "Eddy Merckz" is in my eyes their best work; politics and music found together.