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indonesian Totalitär - Ni Måste Bort! -2000 (Sweden)

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  1. JackNegativity

    JackNegativityExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member




    Nov 9, 2010


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    1 Leva Pa Knä
    2 Avslagen
    3 Makten Till Ytan
    4 Beslöjade Män
    5 Kvinna I Församlingen
    6 Ni Maste Bort
    7 Bär Ditt Kors
    8 Att Döda Sig Själv
    9 Härskare I Världen
    10 Flytande Värderingar
    11 En Inre Storm
    12 Instiftad Orättvisa
    13 Likriktad Olycka
    14 Mediet Som Vapen
    15 Full Flagg
    16 Äcklets Bastiljon
    17 Trygghet För De Rika
    18 Frihet Att Välja
    19 Massans Makt


    Ni Måste Bort!
    Release Date : 1997

    Recorded at Studio Ambassaden, Eskilstuna, 96 12 13 - 96 12 15. 'Ni Måste Bort!' was originally released on Sweden's FINN records label on CD. Prank made a first pressing on black vinyl and then this repress on red.Pressing plant from matrix.

    Totalitär Biography

    Swedish hardcore punk band formed during the winter of 1984/1985, known for their manic d-beat style.

    Original line-up was: Poffen - vocals / Lanchy - guitar / Andreas - bass. Drummer Spennart joined the band a bit later but quit during the summer of 1986. He was replaced by Jörgen who was a guitarist originally. In 1987 Jörgen introduced Jesper, a friend whom with he had a two-piece band (TGU). He took over the drums and Jörgen started playing the second guitar. After releasing a string of 7''s the band went on hiatus in 1990. They also did a fanzine at that time called Antisystem.

    In 1994 Finn Records proposed a reforming of the band and released their first LP "Sin Egen Motståndare". Line-up this time was Poffen, Lanchy, Andreas and Jallo on drums. From '94 to 2000 the band continued to record but rarely played live. After releasing another LP, two split LP's (with Discmachine and Disclose) and a few singles they decided to disband again at the end of 2000.

    After 6 years without recording sessions, they returned to the studio one last time and Prank released their third LP "Vi Är Eliten".

    Band members: Jallo Lehto, Poffen, Andreas Lönnquist, Lars-Anders Orre
    Band ex-members: , Jörgen Fahlberg, Jesper Forselius, Lennart E.

    Totalitär is a Swedish hardcore punk band formed 1985 in Hudiksvall. Their lyrics concern consumerism and systematic inequality. Its original members were Poffen, Lanchy, Andreas and Lennart. The band has shared members with Brainbombs among others.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Prank

    Hardcore punk label formed in 1995 by former WEGL 91.1 FM radio DJ, Maximum Rock & Roll columnist and reviewer, former 924 Gilman Street booker and long time L=Mordam Records employee a1407428.
    Modeling the label after classic 1980's punk labels like L=Pusmort and Over The Top, the label focuses not only on its local San Francisco Bay Area punk scene, but also bands from the owner's native Southeast and additional points around the globe.
    In 1995 Prank hosted the first Japanese Hardcore band to tour in the US, a brief mini-tour by A=Assfort which paved the way for multiple tours of Japanese hardcore bands in the US, including one the following year by Japanese punk legends A=Gauze. The next year the band began its association with southerners A=His Hero Is Gone and A=Damad whose dark, low end distorted records for the label helped define "The Prank Sound" associated with the label.
    In 1997 and 1998 Prank hosted two "Prank Fest" festivals in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the strong Southeast punk Scene and bands associated with the label. This festival was revised and relocated in 2004 to Austin, Texas.



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  2. DirtyRottenThrashPunk

    DirtyRottenThrashPunkExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Nov 11, 2010
    Awesome band, "Sin Egen Motstandare" is their best album IMO (more raw/underproduced and heavy then the later stuff, me likely :D)