Friday, 9 June 2017

OBERKAMPF - Couleurs Sur Paris 1981

Let's wring the neck of french Rock'N'Roll with Oberkampf from Paris. Formed 1978 by Pat Kebra (guitar), Joe Hell (vocals), Buck-Dali (bass) and Dominik Descoubes (drums). After the first single release Couleurs Sur Paris in February 1981 Oberkampf signed a record contract with Musidisc Records, where the first album P.L.C. (Plein Les Couilles) was published in 1982, followed by Cris Sans Thèmes in 1985, shortly before their provisional dissolution. In 2000 the band founded again and recorded the 2003 album Animal Factory. The band is known for its anti-nationalist attitude, which included the fact that the band burned the French flag during a live performance and that their song La Marseillaise was accompanied by pig grunts, as did their call for resistance against state institutions in Couleurs Sur Paris. In this file you will find the Seule La Musique A Le Droit D'être Meurtrière compilation published by Remedy with twenty damn great biscuits, a grandiose cross section of their sound.

- Big Thx to François -

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