Saturday, May 28, 2011
REVULSION "The Only Revolution / All I Could See" 7" (nab002)
Second record, an amazing record by this band hailing from Norwich Englang. Personally, I didn't first realise how great it was. It was the time of brutal hc-punk and Class War newspaper and they came with their melodic tunes and sensible & sensitive hippy stuff! It is a shame they broke up soon after the release of this 7". Nabate would have probably release a full lenght and it probably would've been a classic records. The playing, tunes, timing and recording are close to perfect. It is pure joy to listen back to this 7"! Thanks to this records I got to know a great friend from Croatia. He'd wrote to the band asking about thier record and they'd replied that I'd probably have some copies left. I did, it is a great record that didn't sell well. Only 1040 got pressed on 28/02/1991.
The scan of the sleeve doesnb't give a good idea of the color, it is brighter that what it looks, but strangely the paper and ink seems not scan-compatible.
listen to "All I Could See" on the player or right click here: Revulsion "All I Could See"
listen to "The Only Revolution" on the player or right click here: Revulsion "The Only Revolution"
edit: They have two tracks on "Consolidation" 7", a compilation released in 1987. Revulsion have also a track in "Anarcho punk vol 3-Anti-society" comp cd (Overground Records), a track from their early days in "We wont be your fucking poor"(Mortarhate) and in "Words worth shouting" (Radical Change) and "A Vile Peace"(Peaceville). There is also a demo tape. (from 7inchcrust blog) Thanks for the good job. I have this great "Consolidation" comp. 7" and completly forgot about it!
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