Los Violadores was the first punk band in Argentina to be released on vinyl, and they sure did it with a bang when they released this LP in 1983. On the other hand it’s not too surprising that they did a full lenght album instead of a 7″ as their story goes back til 1978, so they had some time to write enough songs for an album.
As their importance to the Argentinian punk and alternative music scene is so obvious there’s a book written about them, and as the professor of punk, Stuart Schrader, have a part of it published on his shit-fi site I’ll recommend that you start by reading that while you play side A of the record, and then read their translated manifesto from 1983 while you spin the b-side.
This is the 25th country in a row I post, so just 6 more to go and I’m done. At least that’s what I think I’ll settle at.
Mirando la guerra por T.V.mp3
Para que estoy aqui.mp3
Moray y buenas costumbres.mp3
Un producto de su sociedad.mp3
Mujeres vengan a mi.mp3
El extrano del pelo largo.mp3