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Chainsaw - Kill in the Blanks
01 :26
02
Chainsaw - Nuclear Apocalypse
02 :10
03
Chainsaw - What Goes On
01 :45
04
Chainsaw - Z'heroes Guts
01 :37
05
X-Pulsion - Heaven Only Knows
01 :37
06
X-Pulsion - Schmucks/Castration
01 :57
07
Thrills - Enigmatic Body
02 :04
08
Thrills - Negative Reaction
00 :26
09 01 :42
10 00 :21
11 01 :30
12 01 :39
13
Mad Virgins - F… & Suck
02 :08
14
Mad Virgins - I Am a Computer
02 :16
15
Phallus Band - J'ai perdu mon phallus
02 :18
16
Phallus Band - Les sadiques
03 :24
17
Terminal Stupid - Untitled I
05 :10
18
Terminal Stupid - Untitled II
01 :28
19
H2 SO4 - Vengeance
01 :23
20
H2 SO4 - TV Killer
01 :44
21
Streets - Leopard Man
02 :23
22
Streets - Matricule 84
01 :22
23
Streets - Police Control
02 :01
24
Isabelle et les Nics-Nacs - Covergirl Love
03 :40
25
Isabelle et les Nics-Nacs - Situation
02 :52
26
The Actors - Lost Emotions
02 :50
27
The Actors - Nothing in My Head
02 :41
28
The Passengers - All Through the Night
03 :06
29
Raxola - 84's Man
03 :00
30
Raxola - Wait for the War
02 :56
31
Raxola - Steal It
01 :55
32
Raxola - Thalidome Child
06 :12
ARTIST
TITLE
Everything Is Shit: Punk in Brussels 1977-79
FORMAT
CD

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CATALOG #
SR 376CD SR 376CD
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RELEASE DATE
5/27/2014

An incredible energy took over Brussels at the onset of the '80s. It is a strange and rare feeling when you tell yourself that something is happening. And it always happens through an accumulation of very small facts. Then, suddenly, it is there. This collection basically attempts to capture this emerging will. But before that, there was punk rock. In Brussels, it started with a handful of venues, improvised concerts, a few dozens of people recognizing each other, and a festival that gathered everyone together: the first Belgian Punk Contest, at the Vieux Saint-Job, on March 18, 1978. Although the influences came from up north -- The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, Crass, essentially -- there were also ties and influences from Paris (Asphalt Jungle, Métal Urbain), and Phallus Band, Streets, and H2SO4, who were all also singing in French. The adventure began in the winter of 1976, and the following two years would yield most of the material. Since these bands had very short life-spans, there were a lot of interactions (Chainsaw, X-Pulsion, Streets), while other configurations gave birth to key bands of the next decade: Digital Dance (out of X-Pulsion and Thrills), Snowy Red (from Chainsaw), The Names (The Passengers), and Pseudocode (from Thrills). Other artists in this collection include: Mad Virgins, Terminal Stupid, Isabelle et les Nics-Nacs, The Actors, and Raxola.