Sunday, May 23, 2010

STALIN stop jap + 1 mushi go go CD(1982-84)

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1.ロマンチスト
2.Stop Jap
3.極楽トンボ
4.玉ネギ畑
5.ソーセージの目玉
6.下水道のペテン師
7.アレルギーα
8.欲情
9.Money
10.Stop Girl
11.爆裂(バースト)ヘッド
12.Miser
13.負け犬
14.アレルギーβ
15.ワルシャワの幻想
16.肉 (Stop Jap Bonus Flexi)
Mushi Picture Disc/Blank Album
17.水銀
18.365
19.泥棒
20.天プラ
21.Fifteen (15才)
22a.Ing! O
22b.Die In
23.取り消し自由
24.Go Go
25.Nothing
26.アザラシ
27.虫
28.カタログZ (Go Go 12")
29.Chicken Farm (MRR's 'Welcome To 1984')

The Stalin were a Japanese punk band that first appeared on the scene in 1980. I'd say they were heavily influenced by the likes of the Ramones early on. As they grew and aged they started to play faster and a more frenzied hardcore punk type style. I actually never gave these guys much of a chance until perhaps 1989. My friend Louis would tape me everything He ended up trading with Japanese and Swedish traders. He literally had every Japanese release before Japanese punk exploded in the 90's(to U.S. listeners anyway). I had heard them earlier on a MR&R compilation, but I wasn't so much into the Japanese bands on the international comp. I was digging The Italians and Krauts.
This fanclub edition came out in the 90's and features two of the bands legendary LPs, plus some comp tracks. Stop Jap is definitely my favorite works by these dudes. The singer, although now in his 60's is still performing and writing music.


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11 comments:

  1. brilliant! thanks

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  2. Not that this has anything to do with the stalin but this seemed like the right blog to ask my question.Can anyone give me any info on the band loss for words.I have seen them thanked in many liner notes but have never been able to find a release. thank you

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  3. pretty sure they were from the North West and did a LP on Alchemy/sub-core?

    Nate

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  4. I rock my Stalin shirt only when I wanna piss off the Yuppies on the LES..true story..
    This Yuppie said "Why don't you just wear a "The Hitler" shirt

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  5. "and you can wear a The Reagan shirt pal!"
    I love this shit. By the way if you look up the Stalin on wikipedia you can find roman alphabet translation of the track listing(s).
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_Jap
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mushi_%28The_Stalin%29

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  6. Loss For Words did a record on Death. It is fucking sweet, too... Very tough late 80's extreme metal.-WillKC

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  7. Nate, I love your blog, awesome job. This release is awesome. Hey can you reload RKL - Live at the farm 1987. the link is dead. Thanks Keep it up

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  8. "as they grew and aged" is ironic since the guy was actually in his 30s when the band began! plus one for that

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  9. The Stalin still rules.

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