Thursday, November 6, 2008

KRUNCH tjafs & dalt 7" (1985)

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1.drift
2.andriny
3.brunst
4.farlig lek

This is the Third ep by these Swedish punkrockers. Most purists are going to tell you they love the first 7" best due to its raw punkness...Me I love the metallic over tones this ep has. Don't get me wrong its still a pure hardcore punk masterpiece, but the production is so thick, and heavy that I think most metalheads will be able to handle this shit without thinking its to fucking punk. The band goes far beyond what many other Swedish bands are doing at the time. Another Band that refused to fall into the dis thing that was/is happening so heavily over there forever now. Sweden is known for its d beat crust masters, so its always refreshing to hear something that doesn't sound like everything else in the region.
I bought this one on a fluke. Driving across country when I was moving from S.F. back to New York in 1989. I had a little purple 1972 Gremlin that was filled with my records, a guitar, and some clothes. At any rate it took me 5 days to make the trip. I stopped in a record store in the middle of Omaha Nebraska, and saw this 7" in the used bin for .49 cents.

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16 comments:

  1. Krunch rules for sure, for those who are lazy there's a discography cd that includes everything except that first EP, Bob - and it can be bought straight from Massproduktion at http://www.massproduktion.com/

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  2. cool. Thanks for the infos. Same label that put out the eps?

    Did members go on to do other shit?

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  3. man I can hear where the German Band Acme got some influences for sure. This is sick. Are the other records this great?

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  4. man I can hear where the German Band Acme got some influences for sure. This is sick. Are the other records this great?

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  5. Yeah, this is a great band. I just picked up their "Hello Bob" 7" & the 12" on ebay for a decent price. I have this, too, but haven't listened to it for a wee while.

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  6. great blog man! will link your site. krunch is great. heard RAJOITUS cover of "förtryckare"? killer. cheers/Bergman

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  7. thanks bros. Comments are what make me keep shit up..

    Nate

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  8. Yes, a great record indeed. Picked this up last year for 50 euro cents somewhere in Germany. Now I'm all curious about that 1st E.P. that was mentioned.

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  9. yes, you need to hear the bob ep. so brilliant.
    This one is good, but I'm a "purist" i guess.

    Any hows, thank you for being gracious with the blog and the music mr. Nate. You have killer records that I want to steal! ha ha ha.

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  10. This shit is filthy! Cool crossover. I want to hear more please.

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  11. Really brutal! Never heard this.
    I need to find a vinyl copy. I know you used to sell stuff on ebay. Do you still sell on there?

    Gary

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  12. Gary, Yup, I still sell records on the Ebay machine. Its in the links section on the page.
    Mainly sell hardcore/punk. Bid away!!!

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  13. Those that are REALLY lazy someone else put the Krunch Discog+Avskum+Other shit here:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=07A1O9C3
    Some of it actually sucks, but most of its good, kinda Christ on Parade'ish fuggin cool! Thanks Nate

    Original post credit:Damaging Noise

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  14. Thanks for posting this, I have been looking to hear it for a while. Funny that you mention that you found it a record store in Omaha, Nebraska cuz I think I visited the same store in 1996 while seeing some friends that lived there. Found some good punk discs there for next to nothing.

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  15. The cover looks (for what i can tell) as if Bugs Bunny was chasing Barney how is chasing Porky, but with Bunny there in what looks to be a masturbation act. In any case, the green color makes this all the way Punk.

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