Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Monday, October 5, 2009
Spermacombo was from Jena. This is their Debut-Tape "Ohne Torte" from 1988, also known as "Die Combisten"-Tape because of the silk-screen Cover. The PissPogoBlog posted this Tape too, but i don't like their quality... choose yourself! My recordings got a bit more bass and you get a scan of the original cover.
You must know: in eastgermany it was impossible and forbidden to simple copy a sheet of paper. If you want to duplicate lyrics you has to handwriting or typewritten it. Tapecover were rarely make as a silk-screen, sometimes there were used original photographs (Jenaer Hinterhof Productions and TrashTapeRecords use this), but most of the tapes got no cover. So when you got a simple copyshop-copy for a "original eastgerman tape" at home, you know it is a release after the change in 1989.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Here a Compilation-Tape from Poland-perfect for my blog!
Andrea's Auslauf, Kein Talent+Namenlos and Wartburgs für Walter from Eastgermany
Trybuna Brudu,Dezerter and A.P.S.F. from Poland
Trottel and Biztonsagi Tanacs from Hungary
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Trottel started in 1985.
This is a compilation of their early recordings and additional to the post of TERMINAL ESCAPE.
Quotation from the Cover:
"When in 1988 trottel started appearing on records somehow this recording seemed to be shit, we were far to be proud of them..
In the meanwhile a new generation grew up which definitely wanted to hear our old stuff and asked for them but we felt that we should not show them... The thing which regularly happens to bands making records... this was bullshit.After all we did those stuff with passion and honesty and love so why should we hide them even if they are not too good.
So here is this tape sounds like shit but this was Trottel at that time: dedicated to all younger bands, do not search for sponsors, recordlabels, just do it yourselfs!"
The singer Ildi left the band in the 90s and they never replaced her. People developed in their life and the Band Trottel developed together with their bandmembers. Now they play a mix between Worldmusic and Jazz:Trottel Stereodream Experience
But they are still "independent" and have their own Label Trottel Records .
Sunday, September 27, 2009
H.N.F.(Hrdinove Nove Fronty) means "Heroes of the new Front".
I do not know much about this band.. they was founded in 1985 and comes from Jihlava.
Here is a czech site about them, where i take the Fotos from:
HNF - Uvod
!Read the comment of Mr Rudeman!
Thank you again!
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Müllstation is a Band from Eisleben and was founded in 1980 by singer Harty "Steve Aktiv" Sachse and Frank "Rialdo" Baur on Drums. This is a compilation of recordings between 1987 and 1989 on two tapes. Here is their bandsite, where you can read a complete history: www.muellstation.de
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
I don't knew much about this band, but a very friendly anonymous leave all this in a comment, MANY THANKS!
The band was founded by some members of the formerly bands Barbus and Krach in april 1988: Maroš Veselovský (vocals), Miro Lederleitner (guitar, vocals), Peter Guláš (bass guitar) and Miko Šimboch (drums). Their first concert was on the 30th august 1988.
In September 1988 they recorded this demotape and after some month in their rehearsalroom they touring from january to april 1989 .
Miro Lederleitner then has to go to the army.Therefore they recorded in april 1989 the second demotape "Láska a Mier".
Dušan Palko replaced him and recorded the next demotape "Žiadne pravidlá".
Then the band had huge changes and with Janča Rebro on guitar the band changes its style of playing significantly. The music became more noisy,but was interesting and inventive. They played few concerts and one of it was rekleased as a demotape:"Krvavý odchod".
1991 the band recorded a last demotape with a selection of their best songs and dissolved.
At the end of the 90s the band performed some gigs and since 2001 they are official reunited.
1988 Dni a noci
1989 Láska a mier
1989 Žiadne pravidlá
1990 Krvyvý odchod
Saturday, July 25, 2009
The history of Review begins in 1985, with the founding members Vasil Giurov,Dimityr Voev and Kiril Manchev.They created the band "Cale". At the first official appearance of the band on the First Sofia Rock Fest in ' 87 they have been removed from the stage after the third song , because of the lyrics of their songs. In '88 "Cale" falls apart,to revive again in two of the greatest bands in Bulgaria for this period - Review and New Generation. The new members of the band Review were Vasil Giurov,Kiril Manchev, Boicho Karaboichev and Milena Slavova.The band's appearance on the radio and on concerts was restricted and they weren't allowed to make records. In 1989 Review dissolve and Milena starts her Solo-Career but the political change make it possible to release a Split-LP of Review together with Milenas Solo-Stuff. Milenas voice is a bit comparable with Nina Hagen and she became the acknowledged queen of Bulgarian Rock. In 2001 Review was reunited, but since 2003 Andronia Popova is the new singer. Here you find Review on MySpace.
Saturday, July 18, 2009
In 1982 three classmates of "Chaos" from Wutanfall founded the Band TASS. No-one could play an instrument, so everyone played this, what he can organized: Andre Friedrich got a acustic guitar at home, Jan Hohmann builded himself a bass by using a A5-picture of an bass as guideline and Thomas Stephan played a collection of garbage cans, dustpans and grandpas marchdrum. First they played raw versions of Rock'nRoll-Songs like "Blue suede shoes", but soon their music became more and more New Wave because of some personal changes. Tilo Hartig and after his moving to UK Christoph Heinemann played the bass, Möbius (later known as "Makarios"), a fan of Joy Division and Bauhaus starts to sing german intellectual lyrics and the name was changed into "Die Zucht"(strict Discipline). The punkband turns to a postpunk-band and the postpunk-band later turns to a band with official permission to play but only after anew renaming to a more pleasant name: DIE ART .
This is their last concert under the name of "Die Zucht"
(I think there were somewhere the first Demo-Tape of Die Art, but i do not find again.
Maybe because you can buy this tape in a remixed version it must be deleted.
15 of 17 songs from my tape was released in a 500 limited vinyl-edition on Crutch-Records, but i do not find this label...
...so if someone of Die Art got Problems with this post, they must leave a comment and i will remove it)
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Spinki Menta was founded in 1986 by Dimitri Kuzmin(voc,guitar), Ronik Vachidov(bass) and Andrej Budanov (drums) and they become a part of novosibirian Punk-Scene around Grazhdanskaya Oborona(Civil Defence). Their Tapes was recorded in the Studio of GO „GrOb“(casket) but instead of Ronik and Andrej Egor Letov and Kuzya Uo from GO play with Dimitri Kuzmin. Here you find their first Tape "Erection of Lieutenant Kireyeva“ from 1987, my Tape is the second from 1987 and there was one or two other tapes before Dimitri Kuzmin changed the band into „Chernui Lukich“. This band still exist.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
The band was a '77-Punkband formed in 1986 in Leningrad by three classmates. The original line up was Alexander Luk'yanov on guitar, Dmitriy Babich on bass, Igor Saikin on drums and Kolya Michailov on vocals. This songs was recorded in a home studio and released by DIY-distribution. Gigging in Soviet Union was really dangerous. Rock and especially punk musicians were regularly having problems with government and police. So the performing activity of BP at this period wasn't rich.But they still play!
- the complete bandhistory on MySpace ;
- their website
and google find their "Magneto-Album" from 1989
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Rosengarten(Rosegarden) is a Dark-Wave-Band from Salzwedel. The name of the band is borrow from the title „Rosegarden Funeral of Sores“ of John Cale, better known is the 1980 Version of Bauhaus. Other influences are Tuxedomoon or Swans. The Band starts in 1985 with the couple Marion(bg) and Helge Semlow(keyb,perc,voc) and the“Treble Torsten“: T.Thönert(dr), T.“Peggy“ Füchsel(g) and T. Fütterer(voc,keyb). The band don't wanna be a Rockband, the songwriting was a collective work and Helge Semlow called work on stage „onanism“. Because of this modesty they became a cultband and as a result of this inconsistency with the bandphilosophy they break up in 1989. Here is their first Tape from 1987 and it was released in three versions. This is the 90min-Tape with some Bonus-Tracks.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
In Eastgermany some protestant priests keeping their doors open for Punks and other politicized youth groups.Thereby Erlöser(AlösA)-Kirche, Elisabeth-Kirche,Galiläa-Kirche, Zions-Kirche in Berlin or Christuskirche in Halle became a popular hangout for Punks.In connection with similar meeting places in other eastgerman towns developed a network with international charisma. So it was possible to organize international Punkfestivals on church terrain.Here is a tape of one of this Festivals- the Springtime-Festival of Erlöserkirche in 1988 featuring Aurora from Hungary, OPM, Sanov1 and Do Rady from Czechoslovakia, Total im Arsch and Horschix Änkel from West-Berlin, Reaktion,Spermacombo, Wartburgs für Walter, Reasors Exzess and Fanatische Frisöre from Eastgermany.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Control released their first Demo in 1988, but this distributed just among their friends. In 1989 balkanton released a Split-LP with Control and Nova Generaziya and their first Album "Bumm" in 1990 was the beginning of their stardom, but have only appeared on Tape. This is my personal Compilation of their Punksongs, taken from this first Demo, some songs from "Bumm" and some Live-Tracks from 1990. With "Bumm" they started to be a Rockband, that's the reason for my selection.
If you wanna buy some of this old stuff, contact "Mr Bulgarian Punk" again
... i recommend you the "Control The Punk Years"-Tape (it includes the songs off their Split-release and the 1988-Tape) and "Ne umirachme ot schaste 1988-90/Anthology of Bulgarian underground Vol.1" CD, where my live-tracks are from.
Saturday, June 13, 2009
FPB means Four Price Band. It was a intellectual punkband from Teplice and formed in 1981.
I think this recordings are a compilation of recordings between 1984 and 1987.
Here is a good Wikipedia-Article about the band: FPB - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and here their myspace www.myspace.com/ctvrtacenovaskupina
In 2008 they released a 3xCD on www.myspace.com/malarierecords , wich included this tape and i think it would be in a better quality, because my tape was just a one-channel-mono-recording, i edited it a bit that you can listen it on both channels.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
While we're at Punk without guitar...
GefahrenZONE means DangerZONE and was a Band from Saalfeld founded in 1985 and split in 1990.
They don't wanna be like a normal Rockband, so instead of a guitar they use a saxophone.
Even though they were played on the eastgerman Radio (Parocktikum was a Radioshow about eastgerman and international independent music), they had no official permission to play concerts.
This is their first tape from 1987.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
This is an exception! This recordings are from the end 90s, but i love this music and it is a bit similar-sounding to Yanka.
Dotch Monroe i Kennedy means Daughter of Monroe and Kennedy.
The Bandleader is Svetlana Chapurina, the singer and Domra-Player(Domra is a type of mandoline). In spite of there is no guitar this is a punkband for me. I do not find any information about this band, i just get a wrong inscribed tape (songtitles not in correct order and some titles missed)... so i assume Svetlana Chapurina first play alone and later formed the band. because there are some old solo-recordings of her (if there is interest i can upload it too-leave comment).
Here you get the first Dotch Monroe i Kennedy Demo from 1996 and a Concert from 1999 (one song got a little break and two tracks are faded out, because there was the end of the tape).
In 2000 they released a good CD: "Porascheniye" (same Label -Otdelenie VUICHOD-released Yanka too) thats where the picture from.
I have heard they released another cd in 2008 and their music changed to typical russian rock...too bad!
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Velikiye Oktyabri means Mighty Octobers and hint at the so called Mighty Socialistic October Revolution in 1917.
Yanka Dyagileva (1966-1991)was a great female punkrocker and one of the brightest figures of the Russian underground music scene of the late 1980s. During her studies at the Novosibirsk Water Transportation Engineering Institute she started performing her songs for general public. In April 1987 she fall in love with Yegor Letov (from Grazhdanskaya Oborona) and stay with him for a year and a half. During this period from 1987 to 1988 Yanka wrote most of her songs.
My recordings are from June 1988 and with Yegor and Djeff from GO on Bass and Guitar.
Yanka recorded lots of songs, but there was no officially releases in her lifetime.
In the evening of May 9, 1991 Yanka left her summer cottage near Novosibirsk and never came back. A fisherman found her body in the river, early in the morning on May 17. The investigation never established whether it was an accident or a suicide...
Here is a russian site about Yanka (find the chapter with the word "mp3" and you can listen to all her stuff and watch some videos) :
Monday, June 1, 2009
Antitrott started in 1984 and was from Frankfurt(Oder)/Eastgermany.
Bandmembers are: Thomas "Kremer" -voc,git; "Jörn" Schulz-bass and "Reimo" Adler on drums.
1986 they moved to East-Berlin and their last concert was in the Church Zionskirche in 1987. This recordings are from 1986.
Kremer and Reimo formed with Tatjana (Die Firma) the Band "Kalabatek Exzek" (1986-89).
This is the Siekiera-Demo from Summer 1984.
The History of Siekiera stolen from the
Kill From the Heart
-Site, a "page devoted to documenting and discussing the roots of hardcore punk rock" and written by Pawel Malinowski:
Siekiera formed in 1982 or 1983 in Pulawy, Poland, under the name of "Trafo". The line-up then was Tomasz Adamski - guitar, Tomasz Budzynski - vocals, Jerzy Janaczek - bass, and Borys - drums. They started by playing cover songs of UK Subs and The Exploited. In the autumn of 1983 they changed they name to Siekiera (Polish for "Axe"). There is a legend that the name came from a guy who heard their music and compared it to the axe. The original line-up was Tomasz Adamski(a.k.a. Dzwon) - guitar, leader, the author of all lyrics and music, Tomasz Budzynski (a.k.a. Budzy) - vocals, Dariusz Malinowski (a.k.a. Malina) - bass, and Krzysztof Grela (a.k.a. Koben) - drums. For a while some guy called Piotr Szewczyk played guitar, but they fired him because of his blues influences.
In 1984 they played their first official show in a place called "Remont" in Warsaw. They also performed in Jarocin, at the youth music festival, and they were well-received by the audience. In October of 1984, after a huge show with TZN Xenna and Youth Brigade, Budzynski left the band (he wanted to have some influence on the band's music and lyrics, but Adamski wasn't happy about that). With that line-up they played only 6 shows. After that Budzynski formed a band called Armia (with Robert Brylewski
Tomasz Adamski reformed Siekiera with two new members: Zbigniew Musinski - drums and Pawel Mlynarczyk - keyboards. Dariusz Malinowski took the vocal duties (besides playing bass). In February of 1985 they recorded eight new tracks, some of them were played on the radio. In May and June they recorded some songs for an EP and the Jak Punk to Punk compilation LP. In 1985 they played again at the Jarocin festival, but the orthodox punk public didn't like their new wave image and music.
In 1986 Siekiera released their only LP, Nowa Aleksandria - an excellent album, influenced mainly by Killing Joke, one of the greatest Polish albums of all time. In 1987, a new guitarist, Wieslaw Borysewicz, was recruited, and Tomasz Adamski concentrated on singing. In 1987 they also played a mini-tour with Variete a Polish new wave band. Finally, in 1988 they broke up. They were expected to reform in 1989 with an almost original line up (with Stpa as the drummer), but somehow it didn't work out.
Tomasz Adamski is now a poet and became interested in experimental theatre. Tomasz Budzynski is still Armia's vocalist, he's also involved in a Catholic project called 2TM2, 3. He recently started performing solo, and his music and lyrics have nothing in common with punk now. Dariusz Malinowski has got a new band called Tra-band. Zbigniew Musinski is now in Germany. Krzysztof Grela was eventually killed in a pub in Pulawy in January of 1992.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Die deutschen Kinder (The german Kids) from East-Germany was founded in 1983 and split in 1989.The music is angry and the lyrics very system-critical.
Here somone try to build a site about this band, but...
This are rehearsalroom-recordings and some live-tracks.Some titles are unknown.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
DDT from Bulgaria startet in 1981.The recordings are from 1985 and 1987 and not for sissy ears.
If you are interested in more recordings, contact Ivailo Tonchev from AON. He released in Cooperation with other worldwide labels a CDR of them. His Label is very good and he sale rare recordings from the eastern bloc at a fair price.
and here is DDTs myspace-site:
Monday, May 11, 2009
Kryzys from Poland startet in 1978 . Here some information i find in the booklet of the "Victim of Safety Pin"LP (a sampler of polish punk):
Their first names was "Skull and the Crossbones","Furious Dog" and with "The Boors" they played their first show. In May 1979 they had settled on the name "Kryzys"(Crisis). Their first Repetoire included a mix of songs sung in english and polish and the sound was like UK-Punk. But in end of 1979 the group began to play a more experimental new wave style with Saxophone and a new drummer,who began to write new polish lyrics to the groups original repetoire. In 1981 the Culture Minister of the Capitol Concert Hall offering Kryzys recording time on the newly purchased Tonpress"Kaw"studio. The result became know as Brygada Kryzys...
More Information you find here:
Dont know much about this hungarian band... just this is the Demo from 1982 and they were very political...
Here is a Fansite:
The german GEMA closed my Hoster, but i find this Tape on Corpus Delicti , a Blog about mainly yugoslavian Punk and HC, and now i use their rapidshare-link.