Glad you enjoyed Nirvana's 'Duh' DaN, it's not very often that i get the chance to introduce you to something!DaN wrote:Cheers for the tip! I thought I was rather thorough when digging in the ExYugo 70's but that one passed me by. I agree with "Duh" being a great tune and this one goes on my want list, but at the moment it's probably too much 'hard prog' to qualify for the page. I've discovered lots of great '75-'80 hard rock 7"s from there that definitely needs to be brought up here in some form. I'll start a thread about it soon...
bigfootkit wrote: The 70's Eastern Hard Rock 7"s thread sounds like a really interesting idea.
Over the last few years i've been digging deeper into global HR/HM/Proto 45s from the 70s, and many of the most interesting & surprisingly heavy records i've come across have been from Eastern European countries.
The likes of Grupa SOS (check out their Tražim/Magnovenje 7"!), Yu Grupa & Time all made some fine records during that era, and i look forward to getting schooled some more in that era/area.
I have now! Many thanks for the tip.doomedplanet wrote:kit, did you discover NURT yet from Poland?
I had a good look around for that Grupa Stress comp online, but only turned up a few dead rapidshare links unfortunately. Did manage to stream one song from it and it sounded pretty good to me. Musically it reminded me of early Budgie somewhat, but more jazz/blues influenced.doomedplanet wrote:there is a nice vinyl version of radio recordings that came out last year, that is what I have:
I'm trying to find this release but have had no luck:
Grupa Stress – Nagrania Radiowe Z Lat 1972 – 1979 2cd Polskie Radio 2008
Beware their final release, an EP recorded with 'Zajedno', it bears no comparison to their prior output. In fact it sounds like some ghastly mid-70s Eurovision entry. (Perhaps it was?)DaN wrote:I was also very impressed w/ those SOS singles - bloody awesome & heavy as poo! Another wantlist addition fo' sho'...
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