the vibrators. live 1977. bis an die grenzen übersteuert. knalllaut.

nichts was ihr nicht sowieso schon in der sammlung habt: and of course you can find this one in your own collection. but most of you will never have heard it THAT loud: a german promo single released or not released in august 1977: the vibrators live executing london girls and stiff little fingers (missprinted on the label as "stiff little singers"): und an manchen tagen wie heute=jetzt sind die vibrators die am häüfigsten nicht=gehörte band jener zeit. egal for you. a serious cryme. here we go:

please note: most of the music in this=here blog has been deleted by some fnording idiots; but by the time being all files in this=here post are available. please enjoy.

london girls
stiff little fingers

(both mp3 at 320 kbps; direct download)

1 comment:

blxl said...

Bomis Prendin was on Steven Stapleton's famous Nurse with Wound List -- and Karen Cooper Complex descended from Bomis Prendin.

Feature article on both bands on WFMU's Free Music Archive:


New Karen Cooper Complex video made by a fan in LA:

We refer to it as "Analog Music from a Lost World" -- previously unreleased post-punk experimental rock from 1981, unlike anything else recorded before or after.

"...a comment i had from an anonymous friend made me to move my old fat ass and write about this unique lost treasure, post-punk mixed with avant-rock, filled with spastic rhythms and synths in a very New York-ish manner, something like a No Wave Beefheart, if he was a female..." -- buginthecity.blogspot.com

"It's amazing!" -- Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock

"...distorted echoes of prophets, and Border Breakers..." -- I Wanna Rock You Baby Blog (Hungary)

"Shinjuku Birdwalk" bodes something approaching fractured genius, and does little to disappoint." -- sibLINGSHOT ON THE BLEACHERS Blog

"...five seconds into the first tune on KCC's "Shinjuku Birdwalk," no recommendations were necessary. Hail, yeah, y'all, let's break some waves... -- unterkayness.blogspot.com

"...some hefty grooves, and plenty of 'holy shit" moments'. It's a spacious but highly rewarding listen, and I wouldn't be surprised if some label makes an effort to press this on vinyl in the near future." -- ongakubaka.blogspot.com

"Hopefully, some enterprising reissue label will snatch this one up, as it's too good to exist only in the ephemeral form of a download." -- Mutant Sounds

Jason Sigal, Managing Director at WFMU said:
"This is amazing stuff and we would be honored to feature it in wfmu's curated portal on the free music archive. I'm very sorry for our slow response, we have a lot of stuff to wade through to find gems like these."