Various - Subnormal Girls, DIY-Post Punk 1979-83 Vol. 1 album flac
Title: Subnormal Girls, DIY-Post Punk 1979-83 Vol. 1
Style: Punk, Post-Punk, Minimal, New Wave
MP3 album: 1159 mb
FLAC album: 1650 mb
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Genre: Electronic / Rock
Waiting Room Germany. Subnormal Girls DIY Post Punk 1979-1984 Vol 3. VARIOUS. Waiting Room Germany. Format: LP Cat: WR 3 Released: 17 Oct 18 Genre: Punk/Hardcore. Side 1. 1. Bound & Gagged - "Clutter" (US 1980) (2:08). 2. Playthings - "Sit Down (Stand Up)" (NZ 1981) (2:17). 3. Twelve Cubic Feet - "Mary's Got The Bug" (UK 1982) (1:51). 4. Sporten Ar Dod - "Fontanen" (SE 1981) (2:27). 5. Elektrochok - "Consume" (DN 1979).
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Post-punk (originally called new musick) is a broad type of rock music that emerged from the punk movement of the 1970s, in which artists departed from the simplicity and traditionalism of punk rock to adopt a variety of avant-garde sensibilities and diverse influences
Post-punk is emblematic of an era more than a specific style, though with the rise of bands such as Talking Heads, Joy Division, Public Image Limited and Pere Ubu in the late ’70s, common trends began to emerge within their music: pulsing basslines, expressionist abstraction, disco-adjacent rhythms and often an almost oppressive level of darkness. The dividing line between post-punk and post-punk revival is a blurry one, though the ‘90s weren’t a fertile period for much of either. Nikki Sudden and Epic Soundtracks began making their DIY sounds as teenagers all the way back in 1972.
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As far as genre descriptors go, post-punk is pretty vague-let’s just get that out of the way immediately. 49. Marine Girls – Lazy Ways (1983) Taking cues from their forebears in Young Marble Giants, Marine Girls stripped their instrumentation down to the barest of essentials: a strangely tuned guitar, stately bass playing, stray bits of percussion, and the distinctive vocals of co-leaders Jane Fox and Tracey Thorn.