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söndag 27 april 2014

Producto Nacional - En Directo Cassette (1992)

Oi!/RAC from Spain
01. Beber para vivir
02. Tu ciudad
03. Lo Nuestro
04. Defiende
05. Tu perdición
06. Canción de cuna
07. Todo por ella
08. España (Sweet Home Alabama)
09. Skatarra
10. Un año más
11. Canon
12. Solo de batería
13. Piara indecente
14. Mierda de ciudad (Drinking and driving)
15. Mohamed
16. Hell's bell's

Amateur band recording a live-show with crappy equipment. The quality of the songs are far from great but some songs are quite good.


Ruin bois - Primeira Maqueta Cassette (1995)

Oi! from Spain
01. Outra mais
02. Oi! Oi! music
03. Os dous de sempre
04. Por ti mesmo
05. Sen solucion
06. Ruin bois

Released by Plastic Disk in 1995.

Steelcap - Comando Matajipis CD (2002)

Oi! from Spain
01. Skinhead
02. Sexo virtual
03. Suicida
04. Nacion miserable
05. La cerveza
06. Venganza
07. Os vamos a reventar
08. Comando matajipis

Released by Potencial Hardcore in 2002.

Superb and rough fistpumping Oi! not that far away from Ultimo Asalto but with less testosterone and a singer that doesnt sound like he wants to mutilate you through the speakers.

La Cerveza

Ultimo Asalto - Soldados Del Asfalto 7'' (2001)

Oi! from Spain
01. Soldado del asfalto
02. El Oi! es violencia
03. Nuestro orgullo pasado
04. Skinhead

Released by Bords De Seine in 2001.

EP release that came before their CD and i actually prefer the quality in this release. Top EP.

Ultimo asalto - Nuestro orgullo pasado CD (2001)

Oi! from Spain
01. Nuestro orgullo pasado
02. Soldados de asfalto
03. El Oi! es violencia
04. Terror hooligan
05. Comando mata-hippys
06. Pulling on the boots (Romper Stomper cover)
07. Vivos y pateando
08. Apolíticos
09. Skinhead
10. Ultimo asalto
11. Un día de añoranza

Released by Evil Town in 2001.

Favourite Spanish skinheadband of all time. Brutal and raw with a heavy RAC-sound going on (though their politics are far from just that).

Terror Hooligan

Riot Squad - Elutimo adios 7'' (2004)

Oi! from Spain
01. La Unica Opción
02. Street Rock & Roll
03. 1 De 5
04. El Último Adios

Released by Apalanqued Records in 2004.

Farewell record by the band and the weakest release (as farewell albums often are).

tisdag 15 april 2014

Sledge hammer - Wolves Of Japan CD (1999)

SSS from Japan
01. Nihon Ookami
02. Hrakuren No
03. Aikokusha
04. Ware Ikari Yue Ni Koko Ni Ari
05. Homura
06. 鋼
07. Sanzen Sekai
08. Kaze

Released by Straight Up Records in 1999.

My least favourite album by Sledge Hammer and way to metalic for my taste. Still has some good songs though. Aikokusha, a new recording of their old song Patriot is one of them.

Aikokusha (old version)

Riot Squad - Skinhead 7'' (2003)

Oi! from Spain
01. Skinhead
02. Oi! is inside your fucking mind...

Released by Dim Records in 2003.

Bärsärkarna - Ode to Ian CD (1994)

RAC from Sweden
01. Ode to Ian
02. Land of ice (Skrewdriver cover)
03. Rape and plunder

Released by Ragnarock Records in 1994.

A far right band upload so know this before you download. Not for everyone but hides one hell of a song in the end. Rape and plunder is just as PC as it might sound and if your ever setting out on a viking crusade i guess this is the song to get psyched to.

Rape and Plunder

lördag 12 april 2014

Agent Bulldogg - Livsstil CD (1994)

Oi! from Sweden
01. Karl XII
02. Stick!
03. Stockholm Skinheads
04. Över havet
05. Livsstil
06. Ronny Öhman
07. Svea Rike
08. Tror du på det
09. Dödens ros
10. Farväl
11. Vad du en gång sa
12. Ultrasupa

Released by Coitus Productions in  1994.

Classic album from a legendary band. I also included the English booklet that came with the LP re-issue which explains all the lyrics. This way you don't have to see my crappy translations in the tracklist.

Karl XII (Musicvideo)

Rassoudok - Sex, Droogs And Rock 'N' Roll 7'' (2004)

Oi! from France
01. D'termin's
02. Emeute urbaine
03. Metz crew
04. Pervers

Released by Sparte Records in 2004.


Fuck Ups - All fucked up LP (1995)

Oi! from Norway
01. Don't wanna die
02. Lost'n'like it
03. Complicated minds
04. Just another fuck up
05. Cup of tea
06. T.V's cool
07. Summer's loose
08. Drop dead
09. Da, do, ron ron (The Crystals cover)
10. Have a riot

Released by Knock Out Records in 1995

Mediocre "happy-oi!" saved by the two last songs on the LP. The great Crystals cover and Have a riot that fills my neverending appetite for Oi!songs with piano in them (something Norwegian bands seem to be into as well).

Da, do, ron ron (Crystals cover)

Blood Red Eagle - Return To Asgard CD (2005)

Viking Rock/Oi!/RAC from Australia
01. Eye of the storm
02. The gate
03. Return to Asgard
04. As the hammer falls
05. Blood red eagle
06. Protest
07. Warrior
08. Viking power rock'n'roll
09. Solidarity
10. The rebel flag
11. Wotans folk

Released by Barracuda Records in 2005.

Not a big fan of the viking genre (even though i'm Swedish) but these Aussies have delivered great music since day one. I recall speaking to one of them back in the 00's at the old version of skinhead.net. Seemed like a good sport to me. All aboard the drak skepp!


måndag 7 april 2014

Booted Cocks - For Oneself CD (2004)

Oi! from Japan
01. Youth
02. Love ourselfs
03. This hand
04. Again today too
05. Spirit of 04
06. Dear you (Johann Pachelbel cover sort of..)
07. Strength of will
08. See the sunlight
09. For oneself
10. Skinhead

Released by Bronze Fist in 2004.

A band you either love or hate and i can't get past them even if it's 10 years since they released this cd. All is not great but the few good songs are so awkward and experimental that once you're hooked you'll probably listen to once a week every following year. They use an organ in their songs to the point of cheer madness and every song is built up around a smaller supporting team singing their shits of. To hear a classic musicalpiece like Pachelbel's Canon sung by Asian skinheads using footballchants and piano is just damn near orgasmic (had it on my work-pod for 3 years now and still crack a smile everytime it shuffles it's way into my grey and boring weekdays).

Dear you (Johann Pachelbel)