Monday, August 29, 2011

Scraps "Crush Europe '92" 7"

Scraps were hardcore punk band from Lille, France that were active from mid-80s to mid-90s. As a kid I've listened to their first two 7"s (Apartheid and Aaargh!) religiously and one of the first bass lines that I learned to play in my life was the beginning of Dubeauf S'en Va T'en Guerre from Aaargh! 7".
Later on I haven't got nothing newer from them until I bought this 7" around 1996(ish) and it was a disappointment to me. First of all, it is a live recording and they're mostly not so good to me, but it also lacked that frantic energy that the old releases had. I gave it a go again now after more than 10 years and it still doesn't do it for me, but maybe you like their later period stuff, so here it is.
The record doesn't says when it was out so I'll trust discogs site that it is 1992 release.

Released: 1992
Label: Ammunation Records
Size: 29 MB

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01. Another Eviction
02. Just No
03. Refuse
04. Beyond Hate
05. Break Down The Wall (Pink Floyd cover)
06. Screaming For Change (Uniform Choice cover)



7inchcrust said...

i posted Apartheid 7' and split 7" w D.o.n.D.o.n. a few years ago but never met Crush Europe before,thanks!

Malisha Old 666 said...

I'm getting the split right now. It seems like it could be that early period type of record which I prefer.

7inchcrust said...

i just discovered this Scraps/The Brains of Humans-split live tape