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Anti-Cimex - Various - We Come In Peace (More World, Less Bank! Pt.2) (Vinyl)


2004

Anti-Cimex - Various - We Come In Peace (More World, Less Bank! Pt.2) (Vinyl)

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2 thoughts on “Anti-Cimex - Various - We Come In Peace (More World, Less Bank! Pt.2) (Vinyl)”

  1.  · The sleeve says Anti-Cimex – Anarkist Attack but it actually a compilation tape. The bands on the A-side are Kloak which was active between 19in Mariestad and Avfall as well. There are very early recordings with Asta Kask on side A. The B-side continue with Asta Kask followed by Anti-Cimex, Advants (Stockholm) and finally Lobotomi Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs.

  2. ANTI-CIMEX. In the early Eighties, long before the dastardly-internet, it really wasn’t very easy to find-out about foreign bands. John Peel was always a great source for new and interesting music, wherever it came from, so his show did introduce some great bands to the UK audience. But with little coverage in the mainstream music press, it.

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