TBC – Live E.P. 7″


The second E.P. from these long hairs was released 3 years after it was recorded, and a few years after the band broke up/ mutilated into The Pinheads as well. No big surprises here if you’ve heard the first one that was posted here earlier as this is more almost punk with some standard 70’s mustache boogie influences added. Personally I love the song “Nakna brudar” as well as nakna brudar, but the rest ain’t really too bad either if you ask me. Ratt till jobb (very amusing title after removing the dots from the letter “ä”) is a Chelsea cover of course as TBC were as lazy as The Pinheads when it came to writing songs. On the other hand a lot of Swedish bands started their “career” by doing covers of UK and US bands, but with new lyrics. Remember “God save Fälldin” by KSMB, which is a brilliant title for a punk song. Too bad they never recorded it as I’m sure it was a great song, just like their version of The Who’s “My generation” translated into “Torbjorns horor” that can be found on an otherwise shitty MNW compilation from 1979.

Country: Sweden
Year: 1981
Label: Mjalthugg
Format: 7″
Songs:
Nakna brudar.mp3
Logn, logn.mp3
Lang vag.mp3
Musik i plast.mp3
Ratt till jobb.mp3

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7 Responses to TBC – Live E.P. 7″

  1. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Just love how this text transcended into a post about KSMB. Nakna brudar forever.

  2. Senap says:

    Is it something wrongs with the links? Error 404 – Not found?

  3. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Thanks Senap. Fixed!

  4. Senap says:

    At its best TBC sounds like something that could have sprung out of the Gothenburg scene. I remember “Musik i plast” from the radioshow “Ny Våg” which I taped occasionally back in the days. Never owned this one but it is quite good.

  5. sir hake says:

    what a monster thank you for this PUNK record .sir hake greetings all lonely hearts in music in 2010

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