Mülleimer SS - Never Mind The Schraubstocks album flac
Title: Never Mind The Schraubstocks
Style: New Wave, Punk, Experimental
MP3 album: 1700 mb
FLAC album: 1966 mb
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Genre: Electronic / Rock
Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols is the only studio album by English punk rock band the Sex Pistols, released on 28 October 1977 by Virgin Records. The album has influenced many bands and musicians, and the industry in general. In particular, the album's raw energy, and Johnny Rotten's sneering delivery and "half-singing", are often considered game-changing. It is frequently listed as the most influential punk album, and one of the most important albums of all time.
Performer: Mülleimer SS. Album Title: Never Mind The Schraubstocks. Category: Electronic, Rock. Label: Gruft – 003 Type: Cassette, C60 Country: Germany Date of released: 1981 Category: Electronic, Rock Style: New Wave, Punk, Experimental. Download Mülleimer SS - Never Mind The Schraubstocks. Related albums to Mülleimer SS - Never Mind The Schraubstocks.
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Never Mind the Bollocks, which came out on Oct. 28, 1977, captured a raw, rebellious energy, aggression and attitude and transformed it into scathing blasts of combustive guitar and snotty vocals that inspired Motorhead, Metallica, Megadeth, Guns N’ Roses and countless others. There are several factors that make Never Mind the Bollocks exceptional: songwriting, musicianship, biting production, confrontational lyrics. And unlike many punk albums, Bollocks isn’t built for speed, driving its riffs, rants and battering beats home at an even pace throughout
Now considered one of the greatest albums of all time, the importance and power of ‘Never Mind the Bollocks’ can not be disputed. There was nothing like it before (or since). Grounded in Steve Jones’ relentless full-on rhythm guitar and Paul Cook’s no-nonsense drumming ‘NMTB’ had a genuine wall of sound. Sid Vicious, who replaced original bassist Glen Matlock in February 1977, does not play on the album. Although rumour has it he appears somewhere in the mix on ‘Bodies’. With the exception of ‘Anarchy in the UK’ – which features Matlock – bass duties were supplied by Steve Jones. The album’s working title was ‘God Save The Sex Pistols’ but changed to the far superior ‘Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’. A catchphrase coined through Steve Jones.
The only real thing about Never Mind The Bollocks was that it had to look ugly, recalled their late manager Malcolm McClaren. We came up with the ugliest cover we could think of; that in a sense would attack the idea of super-graphics. I wanted to make ugliness beautiful. That process may have caused Reid enormous aggravation, as the title and the contents of the album were shuffled by the band, but it nailed punk’s much-touted DIY ethos as succinctly as any of the three-chord anthems within, and was duly adopted by countless bands in the movement. It was, Reid concludes of the sleeve, intended to articulate ideas, many of which were anti-establishment and quite theoretical and complicated (although, at his more playful, the artist has dismissed it as cheap hype ). Here's The Sex Pistols
|A1||Hoch Den Unterschied|
|A2||Rot & Braun Verhaun|
|A4||Rock Gegen Mich/AKW|
|A5||Spiel Mir Das Lied|
|A6||Vom Disco-Boy (Hit)|
|B1||Die Toten Der Letzten Epoche|
|B2||Elvis Is Ted Forever|
NotesFront cover: "Vergiss Die Sex Pistols, Jetzt Gibt Es MSS" (transl.: "Forget the Sex Pistols, now there is MSS")
Print run of 63 copies, although not published as a limited edition.