stoperithorio

stoperithorio

25 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Καταδίκη, δεν πέφτουνε λουλούδια πια στις πίστες Ξέρω πού γυρνάν τα πλουσιοκόριτσα τις νύχτες Τράβα να το πεις σε δικαστές και ασφαλίτες Κύριοι, οι κόρες σας γυρνάνε με αλήτες
24 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Opale was born in 2012 from the musical affinity shared between Rocío and Sophia, a connection that blossomed into the duo's debut, L'incandescent, released on May 26, 2013. Invariably sensitive to the authenticity of their music, Opale have created their own label, Contemplative Recordings, with their friend Barbara in 2017. Opale is back with a new four-track EP, Eternelle Nostalgie, with a new music video. Their second album is planned for 2019.
22 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
Shoc Corridor was an electronic band formed in West London in the early 1980s by Paul O’Carroll, Andy Garnham, Chris Davis and Nogi Prass. After the release of the ‘Blind Sign’ EP and ‘Experiments In Incest’ LP on Shout Records, Davis and Prass left and were replaced by Paul Humphries and Sarah Panton. The band in it’s new form released ‘Train Of Events’ (LP), ‘Holding Treasure’ (7”) and ‘Fever’ (EP) on Shout/Quiet Records and disbanded in 1984 following the suicide of Humphries . ‘Anthology’, a retrospective CD was released on the Belgian Classix label in 1993.
21 Jan
Published in Song of 2day
CCCP - Fedeli Alla Linea is the most famous and legendary Italian punk band of the 1980s. The use of minimal and repetitive guitar sounds, drum machine and declaimed vocals was closer to Crass and the British anarcho-punk scene, although their sound was so personal and unique that it never was punk in the strict sense of the term.

The original members of the band met in Berlin in 1982 and formed the band, playing some concerts in the north of Germany. Later they returned to Italy and published their first 7" "Ortodossia" on the legendary Attack Punk Records in 1984, soon followed by the picture 12" "Compagni, Cittadini, Fratelli, Partigiani". The first LP came in 1986 and was entitled "Affinità-Divergenze Fra Il Compagno Togliatti E Noi (Del Conseguimento Della Maggiore Età)".

CCCP - Fedeli Alla Linea, since their very name, created huge scandals in the Italy of the 1980s, dominated by yuppies, pro-Americanism and a second economic boom. The band exploited Soviet imagery and symbols, the complex and visionary lyrics attacked Western society and its myths, provocatively countering them with Soviet Union, Socialism and even the Muslim world. They defined their own music as "Pro-Soviet punk".

In 1990, after the collapse of the Berlin Wall and of the Communist Block, CCCP - Fedeli Alla Linea changed their name into C.S.I. (Consorzio Suonatori Indipendenti), and took a different music direction, more into popular folk and experimental rock.

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