These days every single crust band includes lyric translations on their records so that everyone can understand the horrors of war that they sing about, but in 1981 it wasn’t that common to translate the lyrics as far as I know. I have no idea if these 17 year old boy scouts was going for an international career, but if they did, I’m sure they failed miserably. Just like they did with their lyrical translation from Swedish to English on the insert. Too bad they didn’t translate the lyrics to Karriar pa gang as there’s so much Stockholms slang in it that I can’t really understand what some of the lyrics means. Anyone who’s willing to translate them into proper Swedish for me?
As I’m still on a mission to post Swedish power poopers and gain hate from the downloaders, here’s more of that shit as the previous posts from me. Blackout leans a bit more towards poppy punk in some songs, but hopefully they will still annoy a few of you frequent commentors enough to make it worth it. Lots of keyboards on this one, but what stands out most to me is the drums, and especially the super loud mixed kick drum. My guess is that the drummer was a metal fan, just like the drummer in Scoop who did a super cheesy E.P. in 1983 that might show up here in the future when there has been too many records with positive comments.