The Innocent Vicars – Antimatter 7″


 

Thank you all for the support! So sorry to say the site won’t be shut down, for awhile at least.

Born in 1965 Richard Norris where 15 years old when recording Antimatter. A master piece. The synths on it may give a hint that he later turned out to work with Genesis P. Orridge of  Throbbing Gristle. Well that’s what I learned from the internet. She’s here might not be that strong of a song but the guitar sound is excellent!

Country: UK
Year: 1980
Label: No Brain
Format: 7″
Songs:
Antimatter.mp3
She’s Here.mp3

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9 Responses to The Innocent Vicars – Antimatter 7″

  1. Chano says:

    Cheers for all the great music, Pete. Thanks to the KBD blog i got to know so many cool bands…. It’s nice to know that you and Martin will still be here for awhile. As i have already said: this blog is a TRUE labor of love and a priceless archive of worldwide… Punk? Is that the right word? ;-) By the way this record is pretty cool. I like how the synth isn’t too prominent and the music got that youthful naivety and fuck you-vibe which are the foundation of this music. Thumbs-up!

    • The Flakes // Drummer says:

      Thanks Chano for being so active with commenting on our posts here. It really means A LOT!! Even though I tend to forget give comments back. One love.

      • Chano says:

        Well, it’s perfectly fine, Pete. I’m sure you have other things to handle outside the blog. You can’t be on it 24/7… :-)

  2. Holly says:

    Thank you!

  3. Adam says:

    Great post. She’s Here is the best song I’ve heard in awhile. Absolutely perfect. Thanks for all the amazing music!

  4. WildDevilMan says:

    classic record, both!

  5. Kevin says:

    Yeah, this is really good (both songs)… thanks for posting!

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