We Rock Hard has always been a milestone record to me and so has Turn Up The Bass Rap 2. Turn Up… has motivated me to check out Ill Communication (yet another milestone record), whereas We Rock Hard has led me to electro funk. However, still some loose ends remain. Take for example Talking All That Jazz (here in a mixed up version) on Turn Up… that has always led to an unfruitful search for more Stetsasonic records. Yesterday evening this quest finally came to an end. And great was my joy to find out that Stetsa is (for me) the interconnection between Turn Up… and We Rock Hard. /conspiracy lifelogger
Update: All this excitement made me forget about Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung.
The Streets of Arklow where it’s, as everybody knows, allways a complete anarchistic bende.
Melbournes former rockabillies, but now punk-rockers of Living End, don’t want you to be a Prisoner Of Society. Instead they would like to have a West End Riot and afterwards drink a Bloody Mary with you. Aye?!
This is Blasphemy ofcourse, but still nicely done, well, for something at Idol(s).