Chainsaw – See-saw 7″

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This is a repost from April the 8th 2006. Added more scans, re-recorded and uploaded all the tracks. First posted by the TV Eye // Drummer.

I don´t know much about the band or this record. 4 punkrock-songs pressed on vinyl as early as 1977.

Country: Belgium
What Goes On.mp3
Nuclear Apocalypse.mp3
Kill In The Blanks.mp3
Z’heroes Guts.mp3

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10 Responses to Chainsaw – See-saw 7″

  1. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Holy moly! You haven’t spinned this one for me before! What a great addition.

  2. JG says:

    The VU cover is kewl!

  3. dylan says:

    so many belgian bands, so few good ones… this is one of the good ones. one of faves from belgium, europe, heck worldwide! wasnt some other killer record on the romantik label??? i forget…

  4. JG is right the Velvets cover is pretty good, the other songs are not bad either. That other Romantik label 7″, Dylan, could it be the Mad Virgins?

  5. squiz says:

    one of my all time favorites. i love DJing the chainsaw version of what goes on, and then playing the VU version right after, no one ever has a clue it’s the same song. dude’s vocals are the snottiest most punk rock thing ever. makes me wanna dance puke and break stuff.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Never even heard of this, so good though. Here’s a bit of history I found on the site..

    “Chainsaw consisted of Micky Mike, Jerry WX, Dan Dee & Bob Seytor on drums.
    They were the first punk band in Brussels and the Frenchspeaking part of Belgium.
    Only The Kids predated them as first Belgian punkband.
    After only one 7″ (the first belgian punk one, two months after the first Sex Pistols one!)they called it quits. Jerry started a new punkband: X-Pulsion. Dan Dee resurfaced with the rock’n’roll punkband Lunapark. Micky Mike became famous as Snowy Red. Bob Seytor stop drums & became singer in Streets, Contingent and later Walpurgis Volta.”

  7. Martin says:

    The counting in in What goes on is fantastic. 1,2,5,7,8
    I wish more songs started that way.

  8. Mike says:

    Ive always been so in love with the sound of the drums on these recordings. Especially the VU cover

  9. headi says:

    how long were they on the seesaw

  10. Asshole says:

    This one is alright but I prefer the 78 single Polaride Pictures / Popular Boy better
    It keeps me drinking when i hear it

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