I’m in a finnish mood. Maybe it’s all the sauna I’m doing after the work out at my job. Or maybe it’s the wish for drunken punx with mohawks redesigning my flat to look like a dumpster? Studs on the floor, broken bottles in the kitchen, crusty hair in the sink, leather jackets (with Discharge and Conflict written on the back) serving as wallpapers. Anyway, Nukketeatteri released one(?) 7inch that I also decided to keep among the finnish stuff post 1982. Especially for the first song Lopettakka!!!. Whatever that means it’s a fantastic song with nasty production. The treble is set to the max.
En halu tehda itsermurhaa is forgettable but the other tracks are pretty great too. When ordering this from Welmu(vocals) he sent me three Nukketeatteri leaflets that would be really fun to know what they say. Perkelle sataana.
Label: Self Released
En halua tehda itsemurhaa.mp3
Jos sota tulee.mp3
- Pawel on The Producers – S/T 7″
- Pogelpunk on Liliput – S/T 7″
- Pogelpunk on The Misfits(The Tragics) – Mommi I’m A Misfit E.P. 7″
- iain on Those Intrinsic Intellectuals – S/T 7″
- Dan on What Records Comp. E.P. 7″
- D. on What Records Comp. E.P. 7″
- Cheslie Kryst on The Misfits(The Tragics) – Mommi I’m A Misfit E.P. 7″
- Jeremy on Xterminators – S/T 7″
- Dsno on The Bats – Popgun 7″
- Dsno on The Bats – Popgun 7″
- Steve Dirkx on Bobby Soxx – S/T 7″
- 7inch punk
- Always Searching for Music
- Attacking The Beat
- Blog Visions
- Dressed for the H-bomb
- Eet U Smakelijk
- Egg City Radio
- Girls from Tahiti
- Good bad music for bad, bad times!
- MR PHREEK’S ANOKIST EMPORIUM
- My LifeÂ´s A Jigsaw
- Noise Addiction
- One Base On An Overthrow
- Punk Business Manager
- Sing Sing Blog
- Swedish Punk Fanzine
- Thee Head Vein
Goddamn it…I got the leather jacket out…the one with Subway Sect on it…(oops)…wrong one. I got out the leather jacket that has Poison Girls on it and slammed around the room until my wife started yelling and screaming for me to “TURN THAT SHIT DOWN AND STOP STOMPING ON THE FLOOR…OH AND GET ME ANOTHER TWINKIE”….thanks.
Hmm, the sound is great, I like the way the guitar and the bass make love with my ears. But the generic singing ruins it pretty much. I also like the fact that you’ve posted this in the 1977 category.
Thanks for all the great music! Is there a Part II to the Smelly Feets story?
The funny thing is that here in Philadelphia there’s a smelly older (60 or so) guy who could be his father. He does all the weirdo behavior like false names and aggressive trading. He’s interested in rock from 50s-70s though. I emailed friends who dealt with that guy and they started laughing because they assumed Smelly Feets had a long lost son…
Oops… I meant long lost daddy!
theres something very wrong with your link to 7inch punk
Hm, what’s wrong with the link?
I love that link. It makes me think of smelly feet and experiences I share with Peter.
Arf! Arf! Arf! ThatÂ´s what smelly feet and record collecting does to you. Beware!!!He,He!Nice….
Ok, some leaflet translation (from left):
1. This is just random patriotic/military words, such as fatherland, glory, discipline, commander, bravery, battle etc. The tower shape is an army symbol in Finland.
2. The big text in middle says “Object. Now. Say no. Now.” The small text around says that the army just wants you to forget who you are, reduce you to a number, obey etc etc. It’s all about objecting to national service: in Finland all men have to either go to the army for a year or so, or do an alternative service. Back in the day, most guys just went to the army, this leaflet say you shouldn’t. (I didn’t.)
3. Will you lose your welfare without animal testing? Will you starve if the slaughter of animals ends? What makes you so dependent on animals?
“Stop It!” “I Don’t Wanna Commit Suicide” “Someone’s Lying” and “If There’ll Be a War…” That’s what the song titles mean. There was a second EP, “Toinen NÃ¤ytÃ¶s” (2nd Act) in 1983. Two songs spread across 12 inches – how’s that for handling costs?
I used to travel to England a lot in the 80’s and this is the only Finnish record I ever saw over there. Must have had the extra 2 pounds at the time. One of the few good Fin HC records. Read somewhere that only 200 were pressed. No idea whether that is true.
Listening to the first track right now, it’s really fuckin’ cool. Now on to the second, great as well. You should check out the first two Ratsia albums if you’ve never heard them. Kolla KestÃ¤Ã¤ and Pelle Miljoona as well.
adult crash records is re-issuing this. out in 2 weeks it says: