A good laugh makes you live longer, so take your chance and giggle along with Kramp to the cheery song YF. If you make it through the whole song you’ll feel so much happier… or maybe more annoyed than ever before. The take a listen to the b-side Disciplin and you’ll understand why I posted it here as it’s one hell of a killer song.
Kramp had nothing to do with the punk movement whatsoever, but as the members progressive band Dice was in a down-turn they thought they should give this punk thing a try and swapped instruments with each other. And they sure succeeded with their punk attempt, but seriously, 1982? Maybe they should have called the record “Are we too late for the trend?” as 77 sounding punk rock was not exactly the in thing that year.
After this release all the members continued with their music careers and are still today working as professional musicians and producers
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The a-side made me laugh real hard. Great pisstake!!!
Very odd indeed but since it was from Sweden, I was wondering if I could ask a favor from anyone who would be able to help me. I’m trying to figure out the band or the song from this video I have.
I ripped this track from an old Swedish punk video from 78. The bands mentioned in the documentary were Ebba Gron, Pain, Mess, and Resistance so I’m guessing its one of them. (I’m sure its not Ebba Gron)
Theres also an interview with the band I could post as well if that’ll help.
I didn’t know where to go. KBD has the most knowledge on old punk so I came here. Thanks in advance!
Funny! When I read you comment chris about the unknown punk song I was thinking about THAT song. I taped this with my tape recorder directly from the TV in 1978 and it have haunted me for years. I’m almost 100% certain it’s Mess. The documentary is called “Punk-Som en spark i anus pÃ¥ varenda jÃ¤vla kotte.”. That song should’ve been on a 7″!!! And funny thing is that(if I get the choosen to design it) I would like to use a photo of the Mess singer as the cover for an upcoming punk book.
I will do you a favor. Send me the record, and I will gladly take it out in my back yard, load my sawed off shotgun and blow this fucking thing to bits!!! This is absolutely the worst fucking record I have ever heard in my life. I will give you my address and I will film the destruction of this piece of shit record…okay???
The a-side is brilliant! Made me laugh real hard ha ha ha. And what about Disciplin? Brilliant!!!
How can you not like this Jay? Did you really listen to the a-side? And destroting records with a shotgun? Are you one of those born-again christians who destroys rock records? So many questions.
I will blow this record into a million pieces if you send it to me. That will be funny!!! The A side is not funny, it is really annoying. The B side, is just screaming to get blown up. Horrible stuff.
Another one of those great fake punk 7″s? The electronic thing is so classic I could listen to it forever!