7 Years - A Compilation 1979-1986 Electro, Post Punk No More This is obviously a compilation of some old post-punk band that I've never heard of. On the other hand I was never much into the post punk scene so that might explain a lot. Anyhow... You can clearly hear how this band has evolved over the years, from barely listenable to actually pretty decent. I even added one of the songs to my mp3-player. But honestly, there is no way to make a good review of a compilation CD over a band that had their glory days over 20 years ago. I guess if you like art rock and post punk this is something you should have in your collection already. In the unlikely event that you do not already have these songs then I suggest you go and buy this immediately before it gathers more dust in the CD store! 150
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No More - 7 Years - A Compilation 1979-1986

2.0
"Worthless"
Released 2010 by Rustblade
This is obviously a compilation of some old post-punk band that I've never heard of. On the other hand I was never much into the post punk scene so that might explain a lot. Anyhow...

You can clearly hear how this band has evolved over the years, from barely listenable to actually pretty decent. I even added one of the songs to my mp3-player. But honestly, there is no way to make a good review of a compilation CD over a band that had their glory days over 20 years ago.

I guess if you like art rock and post punk this is something you should have in your collection already. In the unlikely event that you do not already have these songs then I suggest you go and buy this immediately before it gathers more dust in the CD store!
Aug 31 2010

John Wikström

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