Thursday, March 19, 2015

Crucifix + Proudflesh

Crucifix - Dehumanization - 1983
Crucifix - Dehumanization - 1983
Crucifix, Zyklome A - Live At Brighton Academy / Made In Belgium - 1994
Crucifix - The Rise And Fall - 1996
Proudflesh - Proudflesh - 2006
01. Crucifix - Dehumanization, 1983 Vinyl LP Album
     Corpus Christi - Christ It's 11
02. Crucifix - Dehumanization, 1983 CD Album Reissue
     Southern Records - 18523-2
     Reissue from 1994
03. Crucifix, Zyklome A - Live At Brighton Academy / Made In Belgium, 1984 Vinyl LP Unofficial Release
     Ei Raha Oo Mun Valuuttaa - none , Compilation
     Released in 1994 - Contains 25 songs by: Crucifix, Zyklome A
04. Crucifix - The Rise And Fall, 1996 CD Compilation Unofficial Release
     Not On Label - ae0315-0a , Compilation
     1-3: ''1984'' 7'' 1982, 4-8: 7'' 1981, 9 : Not So Quiet comp, 10-16: live 1984, 17-19: Proudflesh ''Power Broker'' 1988 EP
05. Proudflesh - Proudflesh, 2006 CD Album Stereo
     Wired Gnome Records - WG2
The most recent request, and I can't resist. Dehumanization is easily in the classic hardcore EZTT. As maximumizer as anything from Discharge! So much power, so much soul, infinite supply of zer. It never ages. Then there is the completely totalizer Proudflesh album that surpasses any post-1983 Motörhead. Proudflesh is the most criminally ignored hard rocking punk album of the past three decades, it bangs your head on all axis with flabbergasting prejudice. In the name of ZER, we demand another five Proudflesh albums! Come on! The Cruciflesh discography is as short as completely unavoidable for any true zerist. And if anyone knows the story behind that bizarro bootleg (why a split with Zyklome A??), I'm interested.
Peace & anarchy or annihilation!
Remove brackets and unzip: [zerflesh]
!ZER Crucifix,Zyklome A,Proudflesh ZER!

5 comments:

  1. ;)
    I totally agree with you on your comments, but, It's better to produce a gem than an encyclopaedia of garbage.
    KUTGW

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    1. Yes, but what about an encyclopedia of gems?

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    2. Altough very difficult would be great - as in life in general.

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  2. I think that bootleg is from their 1982 UK tour with Dead Kennedys and MDC. I used to have a tape of it and another of MDC's set. A friend saw that show and said most of the punks didn't even bother watching them and just waited for Peter & the Test Tube Babies who were also on the bill...

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  3. And the Zerrrr train keeps chugging along... All Aboard...

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