Razar – Stamp Out Disco 7″

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This is a re-post from July the 20th 2006. Added more scans.

 

I know I know! 7inchpunk posted this awhile ago. BUT since I’m a bit picky about the sound the mp3s didn’t do it for me. There’s a huge sound difference between 128kps and 192kbps rips. The sound isn’t as full and the cymbals hurts my tinnitus ears. To make it a little bit more fun I’ve scanned the back of the sleeve and the fold out ditty. It’s 1978 and it’s from Australia so you know it rocks!

 

Undercover Cops. You think you’re tuff! Don’t you? You’re bacon! Oink Oink Oink!

 

Country: Australia
Year: 1978
Label: Self Released
Format: 7″
Songs:
Stamp Out Disco.mp3
Task Force(Undercover Cops).mp3

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18 Responses to Razar – Stamp Out Disco 7″

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  3. dylan says:

    i find that sometimes when you download a punk song, the rip adds a strange sound quality (be it good or bad) that totally reminds me of what happens when you put a record to tape. its kinda cool. (or uncool, depending on how it turns out…)

  4. Tony says:

    There was an exhibition on Razar at an art gallery in Brisbane, Australia in late 2004/early 2005 with memorabilia collected by their old singer Marty Burke. Related to the show was a really cool catalogue full of pictures of the band that talked about them the early Brisbane punk scene in general. It came with a CD with this 7″ on it, and the sound quality is great. See more here:

    http://www.qpac.com.au/media/releases/Razar

  5. pawel says:

    stamp out disco is great

  6. Tony says:

    Dammit, what a perfect single. This is my favorite Australian punk record of all time, with “Stamp Out Disco” being my favorite tune from it.

  7. Mr Thrills says:

    This single rules, “Task Force” is awesome.

  8. chris_scummette says:

    haha +5 for the 128 kbps cymbals

  9. wecreep says:

    Is “Shutdown Countdown” in the same vein as these tracks? Was it released as a 7inch?

  10. SomaHoliday says:

    I’m pretty picky about my record ripping as well! I’m much more a fan of 256 kbps and 320kbps than I am of 192, 160, or 128k. Also, people REALLY don’t know how to rip records!

  11. Laszlo says:

    one of the BEST records of all time! fuckin’ LOVE it!

  12. Pete says:

    I was there and YES these guys were good but only 1 stood out. not the singer who loved KISS but the bass player who loved THE CLASH and THE PISTOLS. He went to SYDNEY and formed THE BUDDIES with a sound guy from RAZAR and played then played for the GURUS and SCREAMING TRIBESMEN and moved to the US of A. any where out ofg Brisbaneia is good.

  13. Steve (IMPORT) Records says:

    Marty Burke. What a WANKA
    SELF PROMOTIONAL EGO SPEED FREEK

    ANY PUNK BAND THAT HAS A TOWN HALL PROMOTION IS A DEAD SET WANKA

    HE Related to the show and was really cool of his catalogue full of pictures of himself the members of the band that talked about him in the early (non status qua time) in the Brisbane cover band punk scene.

  14. 30 years ago I played in this band. Despite the reunion show in 1988 and the probably well sledged museum piece in 2004, I do not regret it. Hell, a youth well mispent. Not sure why I even googled it tonight, but I was shocked by the response. I will agree with one comment which was that Bob was the talent in the band (damn it why did you wait so long to kick in) but Greg was a great drummer too. And for god’s sake, we just came from a time when it was good to be alive. No disrespect meant to our peers passed.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Marty Burke. What a WANKA IS HE DEAD YET !!
    SELF PROMOTIONAL EGO SPEED FREEK

    ANY PUNK BAND THAT HAS A TOWN HALL PROMOTION IS A DEAD SET WANKA

    HE Related to the show and was really cool of his catalogue full of pictures of himself the members of the band that talked about him in the early (non status qua time) in the Brisbane cover band punk scene.

  16. ADAM Spenser says:

    Marty Burke or BURKO as he was known
    HATED this band with a passion.
    Too many drugs and too many fall outs MR BURKE !!! mmm
    So this is the way it was…. RAZAR a covers band they finally wrote some tunes to survive But sadly.. boo hoo
    FAILED.
    Self promoted as the FIRST PUNK BAND IN BRIS
    Truth is 100years after The saints and infamous LEFTOVERS

    Internationally the Go-Betweens are considered along with REM, the Pixies and Smiths one of the quintessential cult bands of the ’80s. Although they wrote and performed music that seems tailor-made for radio, radio largely ignored them, and at home in Australia particularly they never crossed the line from cult band to sales or airplay status. For most of their career and in the aftermath, the Go-Betweens were and are one of rock’s best kept secrets.
    so Mr Burke where is your music and your self promo history NOW !!! mmm

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