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Lärm ‘Extreme Noise’ Discography 2LP

I was full of expectations after I ordered the new Lärm Discography – for those who don’t know; Lärm was Europe’s first real Straight-Edge band. But the gatefold sleeve of the records came in very damaged. The packager of this record obviously has no clue of the existence of STIFFENERS! Damned. But in a way maybe this is a metaphor for many Lärm records and the punk aggression, I dunno…

The overall packaging does not look bad at all, but I miss information! Here’s a visual of the intensity of songs on each side of the vinyl:

And here’s a visual of the metaphoric damage, if your heart can take such stuff:

What am I to do? Order a new one, get a kind soul to send me a new sleeve? Or just listen to those…. ?

4 replies »

  1. Play that shit fuckin' loud and proud and who cares about some dented cardboard. It's those dutch crazymen of Lärm, they wouldn't care either.

  2. Yes David, you are right! Nobody cares about my record being damaged. But I wanted a good copy as I ordered it new. I'm sure some can understand the frustration that follows after such an event and that's why I posted this…

  3. I feel your pain Willem, you paid for a mint copy and then you receive this. Sucks big time. Could be woede, i for one lost grip on my most cherished 7″ last week, it fell down and has a crack in it now and some scratches, but Found one on eBay this week and it's on it's way as we speak.

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