This early discography release incl. 17 songs that previously appeared on “Apartheid” 7” (1986), “Aaargh!” 7” (1987), split 7” w/ Don Don (1989) and compilation tracks (from “Rapsodie En France” LP and “1984 – Third” LP). Scraps of this period is a total loud rager – fast and uncompromising political hardcore thrash. Sonically and lyrically it’s one of the most vicious and aggressive all out attack towards the government, racist system, neo-fascism, patriarchy or animal abuse of the era. One of the few hardcore bands in France of this period. Radical, anarchist and strongly advocating DIY (“major labels fuck you – we don’t need you!”). Unfortunately with the songs like “Le Pen fuck you”, their message from back then is still relevant today, even after more than 35 years. This collection is absolutely essential if you’re into 80’s European hardcore punk. “Noise not music 1986-1989” LP is coming out with two booklets – one with tons of unknown photos, flyers, graphics and another one is a reprint of their fanzine from 1986. Mastered by Smok (Studio As One). Layout by Jarosław Składanek. Aaargh!!
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