Einen habe ich noch für heute and it's a real nugget. L'Attentat was founded 1985 in Leipzig and was one of the most radical representatives of their genre. 1987 came these recordings on illegal ways in the BRD and were banned by X-Mist Records on vinyl. I remember someone gave me a tape with these recordings and at that time it was something special, iron curtain, cold war, etc... and the sound is quite respectable, not usual in the 80s, but I became attentive and ordered to my surprise the slab via mailorder for five or eight Deutschmark and I'm glad nowadays that I still own them, released in a big fold-out poster sleeve with translated lyric booklet and the thirteen songs can be measure without a doubt with the shit of today. A solid rough punk record with unpolished and political goodies as it could probably only arise during this time. All scans with it, vinyl rip, 192kBit/s ... grab it!