Thursday, March 14, 2019

Insted

Insted - Bonds Of Friendship - 1988
Insted - What We Believe - 1990
01. Insted - Bonds Of Friendship, 1988 Vinyl LP Album
     Wishingwell Records - GRI6019-1
02. Insted - What We Believe, 1990 Vinyl LP Album
     Epitaph, Epitaph - E-86408-1, E 86408-1
Am I having Alzheimer? Have I not posted this in a recent past? Cannot find a trace. Anyway, if in the mood for some standard NYHC-inpired positively friendly straight-edge sounds & words, click. I only keep these records out of nostalgia, they actually deliver a tasteless yet competent parody of Gorilla Biscuits. But they are very short - 6 or 7 minutes by side, so it's ok.  That's a funny thing, especially about hardcore punk: this scene has always traditionally ranted against capitalism and whined about how much heavy metal was a nasty consumption operation, but it is the punk and grindcore scenes that systematically released super short, under 20 minutes "albums" and countless EPs - what a fucking waste of resources! Put your money where your mouth is and save the planet, save on paper and plastic: cram your three 15 minutes albums on a single disc. Even better, release nothing and stop touring. or shut up about it.
The Insted lyrics are particularly insufferable. 30 years have passed and it shows.
Remove brackets and unzip: [where is my A]
!ZER Insted ZER!

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