Sunday, April 8, 2012

V.A. Back to Front (1977-1983) Volume Six

When  Incongito Records began this limited-edition series back in 1993, they made an honest attempt to contact as many of these late seventies/early eighties bands as they could to secure rights. That attention to detail  gave this series a reputation as one of the best in the torrent of punk retrospectives that the nineties unleashed.  Compiler Peter Parzinger tilted this series towards wilder, cruder punk rock from all over the Western world with bands like Condom, The  Rebels, and Brulbajz  but still allowing some slightly more pop-ish stuff like Nekron 99, The Zorros, Drug Squad, Pelle Miljoona and, the comparably world-famous, Celibate Rifles.

(Incognito INC. 076, Germany, 1995)
  • 2/2/79 (Maggots, USA, 1979, from only 7")
  • Sid Vicious (Karanteeni, Finland, 1979, from 3.7")
  • Waiting For A Change (Breakouts, USA, 1980, from 2.7")
  • Hjartats Slag (Liket Lever, Sweden, 1979, from only 7")
  • Rechtlos (Condom, Germany, 1981, from only 7")
  • Mulla Menee Lujaa (Pelle Miljoona & 1980, Finland, 1979, from 4.7")
  • Too Young (Zorros, Australia, 1980, from only 7")
  • Waiting For World War III (PVC, Germany, 1979, from 1.LP [the double live one])
  • Sex Drive (Embarassment, USA, 1980, from only 7")
  • Educated (Fly On The Wall, UK, 1979, from only 7")
  • EAP (Brulbajz, Sweden, 1980, from only 7")
  • No Fun Is No Fun (Daily Terror, Germany, 1981, from 2.7")
  • You Really Don't Wanna Know (Nekron 99, USA, 1981, from only 7")
  • 3 3 3 (Anarchy, Japan, 1980, from 2.7")
  • You Sucker (Ed Nasty & The Dopeds, USA, 1978, from only 7")
  • No More Violence (Cheap 'n' Nasty, Holland, 1981, from only 7")
  • Mayday (Rebels, Switzerland, 1979, from only 7")
  • Emman Pojat (Dynamo, Finland, 1981, from only 7")
  • Kent's Theme (Celibate Rifles, Australia, 1982, from 1.7")
  • Operation Julie (Drug Squad, UK, 1980, from only 7")


Leave us a thought on just who is your favourite band on this particular volume in the COMMENTS section.
After all there was a three part sequel to this series that we just might consider posting...

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  2. glad to see you're carrying on . . . thanks.

  3. This series is great. So many European bands!

  4. Thanks!!!

    To bad the links for the other incognito comps seem not to work.


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