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Repulsion – Horrified

The first time I saw the cover of Horrified, was as a patch on Bill Steer’s jeans, at the Napalm Death gig in Club Paramount, Roskilde, Denmark in November 1988.

At the time, there were three legendary bands that I really wanted to hear, Siege, Master and Repulsion. When this baby was released by Mr. Steer in 1989 on the Earache sub-label Necrosis, I was ecstatic.
And what a blast beat/distorted bass/gory lyric party I had. Still have for that matter…
Tonight I’m going to see Repulsion live here in Copenhagen, and frankly – I can’t wait!
Information: http://www.discogs.com/Repulsion-Horrified/release/790305


Extra Hot Sauce – Taco Of Death

20130507-170346.jpgIf I could only listen to one lp for the rest of my life, I might select this masterpiece.

20130507-170814.jpgIf you don’t trust me, then read the sticker.
The drummer is Dan Lilker, and this record is grossly forgotten by most.

20130507-171005.jpgThe songs are catchy, the lyrics good fun, and the production is… interesting.

If you come across this gem, then don’t hestitate. Grab it! There are some good fun to be had here, AND a speedy Black Sabbath cover version….

20130507-193834.jpgHere is a bonus photo. It’s the Extra Hot Sauce demo tape. My buddy Kenneth owns it.

Here is the Discogs info on the release I own: http://www.discogs.com/Extra-Hot-Sauce-Taco-Of-Death/release/383244

And here is the info on the us version on Arena Records (run by Glenn Evans of Nuclear Assault): http://www.discogs.com/Extra-Hot-Sauce-Taco-Of-Death/release/993682


Intense Degree – War In My Head


I was introduced to Intense Degree via the fantastic Hardcore Holocaust – The Peel Sessions compilation. I remember looking forward to hearing a full length from ID. This lp is a fine example of UKHC in the 1980’s. I’m not aware of Intense Degree getting anything near the recognition they should have, go listen whereever you can!


Blood Money – Red Raw And Bleeding


20130426-105447.jpgI can’t say I remember why I bought this… Me and Kenneth (my friend and fellow musicfreak through 30 years) had a thing for this lp heap many years ago… I recall something about a cool guitar solo or somesuch. Listening to it right now doesn’t make the famous bell ring.

Info: http://www.discogs.com/Blood-Money-Red-Raw-And-Bleeding/release/1841446


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