Sunday, 18 September 2016

DISTORSION - ¡Ké Buen Dios! 1988

One more good record at Discos Suicidas is the debut from Distortion, a band that sowed the black seed of the Iberian punk in the 90s with angry, ironic, sardonic and irreverent lyrics and the attitude to show up to the big bands of the era, made to become a legend. They come from the Basque Country and made three albums and a few compilation goodies, in the mid 90s they broke up. But in 2009 they returned with great energy, led again by Josu, keeping the line and being faithful to their musical and life style, built, as always, based on illusion, effort and perseverance. At the end of 2012 they put out a new album (20 T- Mazos), where they made a careful selection of the best tracks from their previous work so that listeners could have them in digital format and with the current good sound. So far so good, let the music in.


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  1. Thanks old friend, the Basque will be here to train all the Americas in our location in FL first week in Oct. this year. Meanwhile I am with the India company doing intense QUALITY CONTROL troubleshooting for new kinetic sculpture company last two weeks! Gonna go jump in the ocean to relax, Cheers! I need glasses finally w three years at this desk as not outdoors out of work anymore but w Russian momma yesterday at Fountain of Youth,,,great folks!

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