Basterebbe questo per appagare il mio impeto musicale... ma la Goodbye Boozy Records la sa lunga e nel lato B ci regala una bonus track; “hey play also this side ENJOY!” e gli Audacity mettono in atto una versione talmente perfida di I Get Around che Wilson e soci sembrano dei chierichetti a confronto.
Il packaging è spartano ma stiloso e questo episodio della saga Goodbye Boozy Records è disponibile con tre differenti cover; come si dovrebbe sempre fare i ragazzi abruzzesi hanno deciso di risparmiare sul superfluo investendo su quello che più conta.
Me ne compiaccio.
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I think, when you believe in what you do, doing that something is always better than not doing it at all... at least, you have no regrets.. pardon the pun, but I consider it simply a matter of fact.
I met Goodbye Boozy Records through the paper fanzine MIMETICS by Wild Week End, from Teramo (IT); fuck, I must say that people from that area have the right passion for doing things... suitable for all palates and strong stomachs. In this case the label from Abruzzi was very audacious in processing the original tape recordings of Burger Records, turning them in a vinyl.
Audacity are from California, precisely, from Fullerton; they are dirty, rude and trivial... I mean, there's everything you need to drive me crazy.
This 7 inches has two A-songs on the same disc's side; Vape Victim is a distorted surf track, such so lo-fi that surf-boards come swallowed into the darkest of garage music. Indian Chief, track number two, I think that if this could have been around during the time of wars with the Native American Indians, the redskins would have cut more scalps; here it is, pissed off punk music which penetrates into the bones, as the murderous rage of those who don't have anything left to lose.
These two should be enough to satisfy my needs.. but Goodbye Boozy Records know how to deal with people like me, and on the B side they add a bonus track; “hey play also this side ENJOY!” and Audacity come out with a evil version of I get around that, which makes Wilson and Co. look like altar boys, on comparison.
The packaging is pretty spartan, yet, with style, and this episode from Goodbye Boozy Records' saga is available in three different artworks; Abruzzo boys have decided to save on unnecessary, investing in what matters most. Thumbs up.
Freddie Koratella (Dead Music dj-set)
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.