From MRR #333 Here we have eight tracks of Stripped-down raw punk from Spain with a D-beat flavor seasoned with a tiny bit of street-punk. All the songs are in Spanish (except “Bike Punk & Bike Hardcore”) and about being a punk, riding a bike and how cars and roadways fucking suck (agreed)… hence the name. The music is driving with some good simple solos and solid bass and drumming; the recording quality is blown-out to perfection but not over the top; the vocals are yelled with some “sing-y” parts in a good hardcore style rather than screamed, letting you hear all the words. There is a “re-imagined” version of a SIDA song. The beginning of the records has a sample of a lady viciously heckling a cyclist. Nothing too fancy here (unless you count the whistling on “Pinchazo de Mierda”), but a great, solid record nonetheless. The artwork is fucking rad – two skeletonised punks donning boots, bullet-belts and spiked jackets riding bikes, one of which is popping a wheelie. Good stuff and definitely worth checking out. (MB) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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