Thursday, 3 December 2015

KRAUT - An Adjustment To Society 1982

I can't get enough of awesome music and I know words like Killer or Classic I often use but folks, the following record is one of them without exaggeration. I remember, I download their Unemployed EP years ago on kbdrecords and I was entranced immediately. Clear that I immediately burned a compilation of great 7inches and these belonged to unseen. An Adjustment To Society is the debut record by Kraut on Cabbage Records and is packed with sixteen mid-tempo Punk jewels. Right from the start hit after hit and I have rarely enjoyed thirty minutes so much, believe me. Short info: Kraut was a New York City punk band formed in 1981 by original members Davy Gunner (vox), Doug Holland (guitar), Don Cowan (bass) and Johnny Feedback (drums). They released in their five years two EP's and three albums plus in 2004 "Live At CBGB'S" on New Red Archives. In 1986 the band broke up, Doug Holland went on to play for New York hardcore band the Cro-Mags. Here you will find a few reviews to this platte which fit excatly. And now: Listen!!

- Big Thx goes to Fredrik -


4 comments:

  1. They were one of the first punk bands popular in our junior high school growing up when we all discovered punk along with Minor Threat, JFA, Faith, DK, AOF, Misfits, Youth Brigade, 7 Seconds, MRR mag and the U.K. lot. Great stuff!

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  2. Don't forget that Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols played on some of their songs too. Great LP! Outside of the Ramones, this is probably my favorite NY punk record with The Big Apple Rotten to the Core closely behind.

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  3. this a classic killer one of my favourites too can t get enough either prost buddy

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  4. hello again im vonhell i just can t resist to post another comment :IM FUCKIN MY GIRL AT THE MATINEE IM FUCKIN MY GIRL AT THE MATINEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!and ABORTION ABORTION!!!!!! CLASSIC CLASSIC !!!!!!

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