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Elin Unnes: the Compilation cd that shows that punk and metal are related

”No punk, no metal” to Lemmy Kilmister from Motörhead have said. Far from all of the hard rockers agree with. Culturally speaking, there are also major differen

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Elin Unnes: the Compilation cd that shows that punk and metal are related

”No punk, no metal” to Lemmy Kilmister from Motörhead have said. Far from all of the hard rockers agree with. Culturally speaking, there are also major differences: Punkarnas permissive philosophy of life, which is reminiscent of the 40-talisterna did in the 70s (in terms of both ideals and hygiene) versus hårdrockarnas misanthropic, elitist conservatism. But musically crosses the roots actually each other, and the album ”Jobcentre rejects” (On The Dole) is a loud argument for Lemmys setting.

the Album collects songs from the genre of the New wave of British heavy metal (COST) from the period 1978-82. A poster child of the genre is Saxon, while the bands on this disc were released on small companies, forgotten and rediscovered by frantic record collectors.

are well-known: the End of the 70's belonged to the arenarockbanden – Boston, the Eagles, Status Quo – and the punks showed their contempt by play short songs as quickly as possible. In parallel, underwent the album a own revolt. While established bands like Deep Purple, the Scorpions and The Runaways were busy with releasing live albums to be able to sell in recent years, the largest find, one more time, swept the new-wave hard rock of the british countryside.

The technical know-how is greater than that of the punks, but the energy and respektlösheten is the same – the COST, in general, and ”Jobcentre rejects” in particular sounds like punk rock created by people who know how to put a real guitar solo.

the sublime ”Don't show your face”, with the same restrained virtuosity that Thin Lizzy, and in other places, you will hear a brutality that is more reminiscent of thrash metal. The disc peakar somewhere in the middle, with Stray – a mix of Angel Witch and the Rainbow (minus the fantasy) and Overdrive, which has the same fury and energy, and guitars as early Iron Maiden (Speed, however, is the band that Bruce Dickinson actually sang in). Or perhaps even earlier, with Predatür, which sounds a bit like that child everyone desires to Girlschool and Motörhead should have acquired together.

Read more musiktexter by Elin Unnes, for example, that Joan Jett exposed the double standard about girls and sex.

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