Originally released in 1982, the U.K. Subs fourth studio album is considered by many of the band's fans their finest moments, and there's many reasons why it could very well be> the record's powerful sound (courtesy of the production of the Subs own Nicky Garratt) made justice to a band on top of their game recording some of the best songs of their career.With 'Endangered Species' the legendary Uk Punk otfit proved their songwriting skills were extremely sharpened and ready to cut> from classic punk numbers like "Endangered Species", "Living Dead", "Lie Down And Die" or "I Robot" to slower stompers like "Countdown" or... + INFO
Originally released in 1989, "Standard Issue 82/87" presents British anarcho punks Conflict at their most fierce and confrontational with a complete overview of the band's classic early stages. Their extremely pissed off yet melodic trademark sound is here in all its angry splendor> three full 7"s are included, plus tracks from another 7", 3 lp's and a re-recording of their eponymous anthem.13 blasts total of raging, original and strongly political Uk hardcore, the ideal soundtrack to a world falling again into a pit of nationalism and fascist stupidity. Now more than ever, Conflict's powerful protest noise needs to b... + INFO
After an extremely emotional final performance with the Beasts of Bourbon, Tex Perkins hit upon the idea of getting all of the band's members, past and present into a recording studio with no particular agenda other than to do just that. It was more of a celebratory thing he had in mind than anything. Sadly, bassist Brian Hooper didn't make it along as he passed away a week after the Beasts last show.
Assembled in Soundpark Studio a couple of weeks later were, Charlie Owen, Boris Sujdovic, Tony Pola, Spencer Jones, Kim Salmon and Tex Perkins. They were unprepared save for some some sketchy ideas, loose ends and a c... + INFO
The third volume of our "Cumbia Beat" series includes again tracks by the some of the most important bands of the golden age of Peruvian cumbia: Los Diablos Rojos, Los Beta 5, Los Girasoles, Los Ecos, Los Demonios del Mantaro, Los Sander's de 脩a帽a.Peruvian cumbia brings together tropical music styles from Colombia and Cuba, Western influences such as60s beat and psychedelic rock, and mixes them with indigenous melodies from the Amazonian jungle and traditional Andean songs. The result is a unique and vibrant style of music which reverberates with life.TRACKLISTSide A1. El saltamontes - SILVESTRE MONTEZ Y SUS GUANTAN... + INFO
Originally released only in Spain in 1982 on the Edigsa label after a string of superb early records on CherryRed, its limited availability elsewhere has made this LP a highly sought-after item for years.A special Record Store Day 2015 release.First ever reissue of "C谩ntame esa canci贸n que dice, yeah, yeah, yeah" by Five or Six, one of the less heralded acts of the classic Cherry Red era. Released only in Spain in 1982, the LP contains a few cuts from their fantastic early singles and EPs but Five or Six used this opportunity to offer mostly tracks unavailable elsewhere, all displaying the diverse and immense talent... + INFO