Who would have thought that a new CULTURE release would see the light of day after they called it quits in the late 90’s. I didn’t, but eventually there recently came one. As in the 90’s tradition, this is a low-budget release. With the vinyl in a folded piece of heavy paper as sleeve. Look at it for yourself.
Colored vinyl in Cover 2: Kids and guns
Track-list and information are to be found on the sleeve
Ghetto Josh Records logo and numbering #10 /150 (Cover 2)
As you can see, a chronological discography history is on the backside of the sleeve. All of this with lots of details and who played or sang in the band at the moment. Also information about when and where the songs were recorded. And a lyrical explanation also.
A nice little detail is that the last song “Pimping The Revolution” is a live track recorded here in Belgium at the Vort’n Vis in Ieper.
Anyway there’s a lot of variety in the songs on this LP, it’s a compilation of demo tracks and other unreleased tracks. I enjoy listening to it a lot, as you probably might have guessed.
The label that released this is Ghetto Josh Records, also to my surprise. And they don’t let the opportunity to dis Conquer The World Records pass by. As you can see from this drawing:
There’s another cover called Smokestack cover which seems to be sold out. There’s also a CD version that you can buy at Good Life with 7 extra tracks…
The review of the 1994 album Senseless by Abhinanda. Information about the 90s Swedish Hardcore scene in general also added. Including all vinyl versions and the compact disc version. Audio samples also added.
The musicians choose in this album for a more Heavy Metal approach. What's unusual for H8000 bands. As most of them play extremer Metal. Though together with the sound of the female vocals, not that unusual. Lyrics are well written and are still relevant. The ethical and moral side are strong.