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50 KAITENZ, THE

  • 01. Vinyl Change The World
    02. Hambarger Hill
    03. Hoshininatuta Futari
    04. Sinsekai Blues
    05. Crazy Jijii
    06. Cinpira Kaidou
    07. Hotel Kasba
    08. David Bowie Wo Kidotte
    09. Eleven Hours Fifty Five Minutes
    10. Juniyougakuenn Ichinennsei
    11. Anohino Sorakara
    12. Matilda To Tabio
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    50 KAITENZ, THE

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    [engl] 
    This is a Pre-Order. Releasedate is the 29.june 2021. If you think carefully about why Turbonegro, Guitar Wolf, The Dirtbombs, or even the entire Crypt Band catalog are of such authoritative relevance, it can all be traced back to two simple facts. Fact one. They understood their style of playing rock’n’roll. This realization sounds succinct at first, after all, any band would claim this. Only in reality most of them fail miserably. First copying others and then copying themselves is no innovation and just adds another copy to the meter records, no “most authentic” or original equipment helps, because it fails because of the songs. Fact two, and maybe this is the most underestimated factor, is the lack of humor. Without humor, you can’t play good rock’n’roll. Why am I writing this? I have seen the light, THE 50 KAITENZ from Osaka play 60s Punk as I wish it and that in a perfection that makes me dizzy. Alone the transitions from the chorus to the verse are so cleverly placed that you slap your thighs with joy, without being able to speak a single word of Japanese, you catch yourself intoning the songs loudly at an inappropriate room volume and even start to play the obligatory air guitar with pleasure. THE 50 KAITENZ, of course, don’t play pure 60s punk.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    29.06.2021
    Genre
    Punk - Garagepunk
    Preis
    17,90 EUR
    Bestand
    am Lager
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