De Sjenerte – Si Ja Til De Sjenerte E.P. 7″


I don’t like beer as it’s too bitter for my taste, but these lusekoft-wearing oil millionaries like it so much that they wrote a song about it. The other songs deals with the fears of nuclear war, weird people and what to say. Acording to the title of this EP you should say yes to the embarrassed ones, so let’s do that. YES!

A few years ago their 1979 demo tape plus a fw live track was complied on a CDr called “Gutta fra 80 ara” and those recordings are rawer and in most cases better than this E.P., but who the hell listens to CDs?

If you like Norweigan punk it’s a must to read the book “Tre grep og sannheten” by Trygve Mathiesen. One of the best and most detailed books I´ve ever read about punk rock in a really long time. If you don’t understand Norweigan you can still enjoy the awesome photos in that book. Anyone’s read the follow up “Fra hardcore til A-ha? From what I’ve heard it’s not that great, but that might just be rumors.

Country: Norway
Year: 1980
Label: Zado
Format: 7″
Songs:
Atomkrig.mp3
Vi vill ha ol.mp3
Hva skal vi si.mp3
Folk er rare.mp3

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6 Responses to De Sjenerte – Si Ja Til De Sjenerte E.P. 7″

  1. zach says:

    that last song is pretty bad, but the rest is killer. gonna seek out the demos. thanks.

  2. Chano says:

    So: I want to start by saying that I very much appreciate the fact that you’re taking the time to post obscure bands from all over the world and I thank you as always. Having said that I must tell you that I don’t like this 7″. I think it’s rather boring and generic, even for its (relatively) early times. Again thanks, looking forward for your next post!

  3. Ziggy Dribblur says:

    Don’t you just miss the late ’70s/early ’80s 7″s with the ridges around the outer label?
    I do.

  4. Thomas says:

    The follow-up of

    “Tre grep og sannheten – Norsk Punk 1977-1980″ is really

    “Fra hardcore til A-ha – Norsk postpunk 1980-1985″

    by Trygve Mathiesen and both are in Norwegian language, which I can’t understand, but they’ve lotsa nice pics.

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