Wednesday, January 31, 2007

The Third Set Of Obscure DIY Classic 7"

DENIZENS:AMMONIA SUBWAY 7",UK, 1980
DENIZENS IN THE CROWD E.P. ,UK 1980

DISCO ZOMBIES:DRUMS OVER LONDON 7", UK 1979

DISCO ZOMBIES : THE INVISIBLE E.P., UK, 1979


DISCO ZOMBIES:HERE COME THE BUTS 7", UK, 1980FK9:STRANGER AT THE HEART/COMPLETE SURVEILLANCE 7", UK,1980

FK9: OUR CONDITION E.P., UK,1981
(sorry no pic sleeve)
HOBBIES OF TODAY:METAL BOYS/TIGHTROPE FIGHTER 7" 1979
THE PULLOVERS: PETER PAN PILL 7" UK 1980
Another bunch of great rare DIY punk/post punk 7" from the early 80s!
For further infos ,just ask me!





19 comments:

alt124 said...

Please stop I've not enought time!!!!

Anonymous said...

maybe check out....
www.snatchtapes.co.uk

herr Ärmel said...

I left my woman and sold my kids today and will close my blog tomorrow, because I need time to listen to all this wonderful stuff, you make me crazy - Disco Zombies +Toy Love+Cravats+Deep Freeze Mice+ S.Y.P.H.+... = I LOVE YOU

Anonymous said...

do you ever listen to what you post? this stuff may be rare, but it's riddled with encoding/transfer errors!

mutantsounds said...

please name the errors....you mean scratches and clicks?sorry man i also have life to live....if you don't like these,go pay hundreds of Euros to buy originals,besides my purpose is not to reproduce cd quality recordings but to make an introduction of expensive and rare to get records to the people....everyone who does not like the bitrate or the ripping i dare him to offer a better one

Anonymous said...

i am not speaking of vinyl noises. i mean the errors introduced once the audio is in the digital realm. the glitches and "stuttering" errors acquired from encoding too fast (or using inferior mp3 encoding software). the glitches and "blips" acquired from poor transfers (down/up-loads) over the internet (p2p?).

i know, i have no right to complain. and really, i don't mean to come across as complaining. i am just surprised, if you have listened to everything you post, that you have not noticed any of these kinds of errors.

Anonymous said...

MANY OF THE RIPS ON THIS BLOG SKIP TOO!!

mutantsounds said...

would you mind explaining what you mean????????

Anonymous said...

I've been dying to hear those FK9 records since I heard "Stranger at the Heart" on WFMU four years ago. Thank you! ~Ian

Anonymous said...

Fantastic!!!
Denizens were the first band I ever saw at Kidderminster town hall Supported by dangerous girls and the Aupairs.

Live in Australia now and have been looking for this for ages.

Brilliant!

chrisgevenson said...

Nice batch of singles. There was another in the bunch that is labeled The Gross Club but not mentioned above. Any info? Can't find anything about them online.

Thanks, great blog.

mutantsounds said...

well...i do not have any info either...it is possibly the most obscure 7" i got.found it in the 80s in a record fair and it was proved to be a gem of neo mod/punkish genre....still seeking infos since then

dCL said...

This is set 3. Where are set 1 and 2? Or is my question stupid :). Thanx.

CkoviNS said...

Hobbies of Today are AWESOME...does you have leaders Pagan Beau solo 7" "Odd man out"?

Greatings from Serbia
CkoviNS

CkoviNS said...

GROSS CLUB - Second Chance (Caveman 1981) -listed power pop

Quarm said...

Another great set of songs. One question: got a tracklisting for Denizens' In the Crowd by any chance?

SonceGrib said...

Thanks!!! I Love this 70 s Punks Romantic Clear Truth of Forevers Harmony in OUR Fantastic Incredible LIFE!!!

NiS said...

well, they all say it here,
GreaT! great set!

Anonymous said...

Great to see that Hobbies of Today single in there! Just to let you know that the tracks from Hobbies of Today's intended debut single of 1977 have been unearthed. The single was never issued as planned, back in the day, due to shenanigans at the record pressing plant, and disappearing master tapes. Anyway, for more details of the soon to be released 7" single, please go to our Facebook page, and like it, if you want more details: www.facebook.com/HobbiesOfTodayMexborough

Jon