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PETROGRAD [1999] Who Am I? (cass)

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Petrograd

Who Am I? (cass)

01. Oak Tree
02. Toys
03. It Takes A Lot More
04. Bungee
05. Mullet
06. Ask Yourself Why
07. Oktober
08. Cotton Myth
09. Agoraphobia
10. Fashion
11. Anarchist Woman
12. Tibet
13. El Nino
14. Popeye
15. What About Me
16. Quicksnap Memories
17. Enomis
18. Haal Doch Op

1999. — Humanita Nova — Anarcho Punk, Hardcore Punk

126 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (10.05.2009.):
***Petrograd was already posted on Nečista Savjest, you can check out that post for some more info about the band and their “Nineoneone” album from 2002 here. In short (and it is short as I don’t know much about this band), Petrograd is a punk band from Luxembourg and they started playing back in 1996. They have this sound, they are melodic but emotional and political in the same time, I guess if I was to give some smart ass review I would say/compare them to The Weakerthans under influence of European angst… I am bullshiting here, I know, I have said that I don’t like doing comparisons and sloting bands in genre drawers, and I am doing it now so screw that, Petrograd are a great band, good personal/political lyrics, music takes you there, and I like them a lot. This tape is Croatian release from Humanita Nova (damn good Croatian label/distro, although I don’t know if it is still active) and as you can see on the cover, it is basically Petrograd’s “Isobelle” album with bonus tracks from their EP’s and split 7”’s.
Info stuff: MySpace, Discogs.***

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DEMANT + S.P.K. [1998] split tape (cass)

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Demant, S.P.K.

split tape (cass)

01. Demant – Intro – Pjesma ratnom profiteru
02. Demant – Uzbuna
03. Demant – Junak kamenog srca
04. Demant – Propaganda države
05. Demant – Životna shema
06. Demant – Religija
07. Demant – Život
08. Demant – Tko je za to kriv?
09. Demant – Pustinja
10. Demant – Litra vina, gajba piva
11. Demant – Way Of Doom (Hiatus cover)
12. Demant – Police Mix (Paraf + Doom)
13. Demant – Noćne more
14. Demant – Sileđije
15. S.P.K. – Uvod
16. S.P.K. – Anti-Cop
17. S.P.K. – No Progress
18. S.P.K. – Kreni u napad
19. S.P.K. – Istina o tebi
20. S.P.K. – Probudi se
21. S.P.K. – Fuck White Power
22. S.P.K. – Krinka smeća
23. S.P.K. – Sloboda
24. S.P.K. – Fight For Your Leader

1998. — In Medias Res — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Crust

109 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (17.06.2008.):
***Demant were a band from town of Križevci and they play fast angry songs in punk/grind/crust/hc style. S.P.K. were from the town of Split, they play similar to Demant but more punk sounding music, really energetic and in your face songs (my favourites are “Anti-Cop” and “Probudi se”). This split tape was released by Marko S. from In Medias Res fanzine.***
Iz komentara, još informacija o bendu:
***30.07.2008. – Anonymous said… “vidim da si stavio demant, evo tu je linka za jos jedan nas krizevacki bend Raport. U KŽ su tada postojala 3 benda Demant, Raport i Ramones Tribute band i raspali su se zbog odlaska 3 covjeka ( neznam tocno jer jesu troje) u krišnu te su se zbog toga raspala sva tri benda posto su neki od njih svirali u sva tri benda, demant ne svira vise jer nemogu nac bubnjara koji bi njihove stvari odsviro, raport je odustao , a ramonesi danas jos sviraju nasli su zamjene… ***

DEBELI SAMURAJ [1997] Svako ima pravo na život… (cass)

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Debeli Samuraj

Svako ima pravo na život… na svoj život imam pravo samo ja! (cass)

01. Intro
02. Dosta
03. Mrziš me + Ne želim
04. Odlazite!
05. Vojnik
06. Zbunjen i ranjen
07. Zašto
08. Nazi Scum (Oi Polloi cover)
09. ”Volim i ja vas”
10. Promašena ideja
11. Droga-prevara
12. Mc Off And Die!
13. Zaustavimo nasilje
14. Outro

1997. — D.I.Y. — Anarcho Punk, Hardcore Punk

71 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (21.05.2008.):
***Debeli Samuraj (or Fat Samurai) were a band from Sombor in Serbia and they play Oi Polloi influenced punk/hc. I got this tape through a friend back in the 1990’s and I’m ashamed to say that I don’t know anything about them. Lyrics are anarchist, anti-war, and generally pretty good and they sing in Serbian. This tape was a D.I.Y release (and only Debeli Samuraj release that I know of), songs 01-07 from A side and songs 08-14 from B side.
Update on 2008-05-23.: As Milan was kind enough to provide further info on this band I can also inform you that Debeli Samuraj were from a town of Sombor in Serbia, and that they broke up in the late 1990’s and that members of Debeli Samuraj later played in a band called Anger Is A Gift.***
Iz komentara, još informacija o bendu:
***22.05.2008. – Milan said… “Ovo je kultno 🙂 Bend je inace iz Sombora,raspali su se krajem devedestih valjda.Clanovi su posle svirali u Anger is a gift.”***
***16.04.2010. – 77 said… “jos jedna info.: bend Debeli samuraj je iz Stanišića, 22 km od Sombora.”***

SANCTUS IUDA [1996] ABC (cass)

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Sanctus Iuda

ABC (cass)

01. Serce Przestaje Już Bić
02. Blind Acceptance (Active Minds cover)
03. Co Chwila To Samo
04. Wolność Dla Bosni
05. Gazety Mowia (TZN Xenna cover)
06. Nie Badz Bierny
07. Do They Owe Us A Living (Crass cover)
08. Bertie + Jezus Kocha Biednych
09. Radio Mar Ryja
10. McMurder
11. Prawdziwe Oblicze Kapitalizmu + Do Rzadu (live)
12. Wolny Wybor, Wolne Zycie
13. Czarny Krzyz
14. Jezus Kocha Biednych (live)

1996. — Malarie Records — Anarcho Punk, Hardcore Punk

100 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (10.05.2009.):
***Sanctus Iuda were this crust/punk band from town of Białystok in Poland. They play this political, anarchist crust and this tape is a compilation of their spit 7” with Sarcasm and Shapeville, plus studio & live songs. I have no info on Sanctus Iuda, but you can find two of their split 7”’s (and a bit more info), one with Sarcasm and second with Dog On A Rope on Röcking Nöise.
Info stuff: last.fm.***
Iz komentara, još informacija o bendu:
***30.07.2011. – Anarko Junk! said “There’s another split with Regeneración of México.”***

BAD JUSTICE [1995] Greed (cass)

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Bad Justice

Greed (cass)

01. Greed (intro)
02. Reject The System
03. You Have To Go
04. Dead Police
05. Believe
06. Fuck The War
07. Uništiti politiku
08. Voice Of Future
09. Šabane!
10. Piccadilly Circus
11. 10
12. Dictator Speech (outro)

1995. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

61 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (17.06.2008.):
***Bad Justice were a political punk/core/trash/grind band from a town of Požega in Croatia. As far as I know and can remember they were formed in 1993 and were very active during second half of the 1990’s. This tape called “Greed” is their first release, they also appeared on numerous tape compilations and also have released a split CD with Radikalna Promjena back in 1999. They had many lineup changes, but I have to admit that I like them best as they sound on this tape I’m posting here, cos I like their dirty, unpolished sound, and listening this after so many years brought back nice memories of people involved with this band. Also hearing last song “Dictator Speech (outro)” in which they mixed speeches of Franjo Tuđman (Croatian president at that time) and Nazis sent chills down my spine cos it reminded me how awful and scary living was in 1990’s Croatia… I could find no info about Bad Justice on the net, but I scanned the booklet and added it to the album folder. ***

GRAĐANI DRUGOG REDA [1997] Krik (cass)

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Građani Drugog Reda

Krik (cass)

01. Drugi red
02. Tvornica morala
03. Panika
04. Cijena UN-a
05. Nakaze
06. Krik
07. Budućnost
08. Poziv rovovima
09. Četiri drota debela
10. Alkohol

1997. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

51 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (27.10.2008.):
***Građani Drugog Reda (or Citizens Of The Second Order) were another band from neighbourhood of Špansko in Zagreb, the hot bed of the revolution in the late 1990’s. Their sound is straight forward anarchist punk, mixed with hardcore with a little hint of Oi!. “Krik” (“The Scream”) is their first demo, and if I remember right their only release cos sadly they were short lived act formed back in 1996 and only playing till the end of 1998. The booklet which went with the tape is included in the download folder.***

AGITATOR + UNUTRAŠNJI BUNT [1996] Za koga? Zbog čega? split tape (cass)

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Agitator, Unutrašni Bunt

Za koga? Zbog čega? split tape (cass)

01. Agitator – Užas
02. Agitator – Ljudi
03. Agitator – Mrtav + Cena slave
04. Agitator – Fighter
05. Unutrašnji Bunt – Intro
06. Unutrašnji Bunt – Ujedinimo se!
07. Unutrašnji Bunt – Nedam te
08. Unutrašnji Bunt – Danas i sutra
09. Unutrašnji Bunt – You Take Part In Creating The System (Discharge cover)

1996. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

60 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (14.05.2012.):
***”Za koga? Zbog čega?” (roughly translated – “For who? For what?”) is a self-released split tape of Agitator from Sombor, and Unutrašnji Bunt from Kovin, both cities in Serbia. Both bands play pretty rough hardcore punk (actually, on the tape cover, you can see how they describe their genres themselves). Agitator have male vocals, while Unutrašnji Bunt (it means something like “Internal Revolt”) have dual (male & female) vocals. Lyrics are usual for bands from this region during the 1990’s (war time in Balkans) and deal with war and system oppression. I have no clue if these two bands are still active, since I couldn’t find any info on them online.***

VERBALNI DELIKT [1997] Od verbalnog protesta do otvorenog sukoba (cass)

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Verbalni Delikt

Od verbalnog protesta do otvorenog sukoba (cass)

01. Ovca
02. Protiv napretka
03. Droga je ropstvo
04. Zaustavimo policijsko nasilje
05. Medijska manipulacija
06. Ekologija
07. Bijes

1997. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

48 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (27.10.2008.):
***Second tape by Croatian anarcho legends Verbalni Delikt, called “From Verbal Protest To Open Conflict”, this time dealing with mainly anti-authoritarian stuff spiced up with anger about Samobor “riot” (on 31.10.1995.) when special police beaten up and terrorized punx and “normal” youths without mercy after a broken up gig (some 200+ people were arrested). I have written about this band in my previous post so check that for more info. This release also came with a booklet, with lyrics translations and explanations of them in English and it’s included in the download folder.
Info stuff: DHP-AK47 distro & label MySpace.***

VERBALNI DELIKT [1995] Za bolje sutra (cass)

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Verbalni Delikt

Za bolje sutra (cass)

01. Ekologija
02. Religijska kuga
03. Verbalni delikt
04. Umišljeni ljudi
05. Bojkot
06. Neki novi svijet
07. Mir
08. A In RH
09. Sistem – policija
10. Jednakost, mir, sloboda
11. Mržnja
12. Stvarnost
13. Za bolje sutra
14. Rat
15. Za bolje sutra II

1995. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

58 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (17.06.2008.):
***Verbalni Delikt is another one of legendary Croatian anarchist hardcore punk bands from the 1990’s. They came from neighborhood of Špansko in Zagreb and were formed back in 1994. “Za bolje sutra” (or “For Better Tomorrow”) tape is their first release. They released I think two more tapes and later they transformed through some lineup changes into more widely known band called AK47. All the time they were fronted by their singer Fistra who also did a fanzine called “Bojkot” back in the 1990’s and I think he still runs DHP-AK47 distro & label so go to the link below if you’re interested in original releases, there might be some of them still available (or reissued). Tape came with the booklet and I’ve included scans of it in a download file.
Info stuff: DHP-AK47 distro & label MySpace.***

NULA [1994] Pobjedimo laž (cass)

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Nula

Pobjedimo laž (cass)

01. Pobjedimo laž + Kurvini sinovi
02. Nazi ragazzi – scum
03. Religija za HRD(m)
04. Demokracija
05. Pamet u glavu
06. Moralna
07. Nismo s vama
08. Ljubavna pjesma ’92
09. Anarhija
10. Heroji luđaci i kukavice
11. Žrtve
12. Besmislenost
13. Tupilo
14. S.O.S.
15. Pamet u glavu (live)
16. STRATUS – Snobovi
17. STRATUS – Rob
18. Dajte nam to što želimo
19. Pandurska idila
20. Opstanak
21. Ubica
22. Radnička kravata
23. U vinu je spas
24. Priča
25. Nula + Mi smo Nula
26. Zlo
27. Agonija gladnih
28. Napredak?
29. Sloboda?
30. Varijacija na istu temu
31. Sloboda!
32. Pobjedimo laž (live) + Kurvini sinovi (live)
33. Nazi ragazzi – scum (live)
34. Tupilo (live)

1994. — D.I.Y. — Punk, Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk

231 MB — .7z — DL

(Discogs)

Tekst sa NSv1 (21.05.2008.):
***Wow! What to say about this one… This is, for me personally, one of the most important releases that ever came out in Croatia. I was a young punk then, back in 1994 when this came out, and I knew about anarchist attitudes since I’ve been listening to old bands like Crass and Conflict but this one really hit me hard. I’ll try to explain it if I can, it was bloody 1994, war in Croatia was still going on, Generalissimus (wannabe!) Franjo Tuđman (Croatian president, I’m sorry he died only cos if he lived he would be sent to UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague and the bastard deserved it!) was firmly in power, people were crazy from nationalism and war, and then I get this tape, from a very brave 5 piece band from town of Šibenik nonetheless. The town of Šibenik was then in a war zone, and boys from Nula are telling/yelling it to the politicians, cops, army, church, idiots…. They’re screaming to those bastards – fuck you, we wanna live our lives! It had a great impact on me, it made me more angry at the war, at the way I’m living in this nationalistic lie, it made me hate the haters. Nula (english Zero) released this “Pobjedimo laž” (or something like “Let’s Defeat The Lie”) tape and my life was never the same afterwards (I know it sounds like a cliché, but it’s true). Songs 01-17 are from A side, and 18-34 from B side. Last two songs on A side (16 & 17) are from a band called Stratus, also from Šibenik. I think Stratus released one demo tape but as a band they were short lived. Nula later released a whole bunch of stuff, some of them were a split LP with Bijes Zdravog Razuma, split with Bagger from Switzerland, 10” split with Enough from Poland etc. One thing I must add is that it’s a big release (in MBs) cos it’s almost 90 minutes of tape and I’ve scanned the booklet with all the artwork (booklet was a split release with Glans Penises #6 fanzine done by a Nula drummer Vedran M.) which I also added to this download.***