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David Insurrection

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  • Birthday 09/22/1981
  1. The MySpace page for Versificator should read MySpace.com - Versificator - Aberdeen, UK - Punk - www.myspace.com/versificator82 No Prehistoric Pyromaniacs?
  2. Wasn't at all sure upon a first listen, but quickly began to warm to it. Can't wait to hear the promised album.
  3. New single comin' July, but folks can listen here: MySpace.com - The King Blues - London, UK - Reggae / A'cappella / Folk - www.myspace.com/thekingblues Taken from their forthcoming album.
  4. New full length from former Adverts man TV Smith. For more information visit MySpace.com - TV Smith - UK - Punk / Acoustic / Rock - www.myspace.com/tvsmith
  5. List yer five favourites. Here are mine: Justin Sullivan http://www.myspace.com/justinsullivannewmodelarmy Robb Johnson MySpace.com - Robb Johnson - Brighton - Folk / Punk / Folk Rock - www.myspace.com/irregularrobbjohnson TV Smith Myspace.com Andi Sex Gang http://www.myspace.com/andisexgang Danbert Nobacon http://www.myspace.com/danbertnobacon
  6. Noam Chomsky/Chumbawamba - For A Free Humanity: For Anarchy The Ex - Singles Period Rudimentary Peni - No More Pain Intro5pect - Realpolitik Leftover Crack - Mediocre Generica Blyth Power - Paradise Razed
  7. Hell yeah. Fine album too, though if ya wanna check out Colin and and the guys at their very best then ya gotta pick up a copy of full length The Ungovernable Force. The band's still a firm favourite of mine, and despite their many detractors, can still knock 'em dead. Folks can check out more Conflict here: MySpace.com - CONFLICT - London - Punk / Rock / Punk - www.myspace.com/conflictofficial Caught 'em with a variety of outstanding acts - DIRT, Citizen Fish, Kochise, Fear Of Fear, and Schwarzenegger at two shows '94, with Subhumans, Icons Of Filth, Lost Cherrees, Headjam, and Anti-Flag '03, Lost Cherrees '05, and The Restarts + Steve Ignorant and guests '07.
  8. One of your favourites? Totally unique. Caught 'em Nov. last year at the Feeding Of The 5000 aftershow and party with Anima Mundi and Police Bastard, and will see 'em again Dec. 13th at Islington Academy with Flux Of Pink Indians and Subhumans. Dunno if you've come across this RB vid online, but if not then do check it out: YouTube - False Promises Quite wonderful. Folks can also check 'em out on MySpace here: http://www.myspace.com/rubellaballet
  9. Disappointing. The DVD I guess would satisfy anarcho completists only. Really it was an opportunity missed, and could have been so much better. But hey, don't let this put you off. Is still worthy of a look, despite its many shortcomings, and does feature several interesting interview clips with Rodney Relax, Boff, Penny Rimbaud, Gerard Evans, and more.
  10. Hey thanks for posting that. Awesome news regarding the reissue of both If They Treat You Like Shit... and In Nomine Patri. Overground Recs has released many fine anarcho collections of late - from The System, Icon A.D., The Mob, The Disrupters, The Cravats, and much more recently Legion Of Parasites. Yes great news indeed. For more information about these releases visit www.overgroundrecords.co.uk Have ya read The Day The Country Died or seen Toxic Waste man Roy Wallace's movie of the same name? The book is a must read, though gotta say that I found the DVD somewhat disappointing. Just snuck a peak at Nation On Fire, and shit ya got Rubella Ballet's Peel session from'83, The Mob's last show '83, The Snipers, Part 1, and much much more.
  11. Hey cool. Not heard this album in perhaps 22 years. Brilliant.
  12. Most definitely, particularly in view of the recent surge in interest in eighties anarcho-punk made I think possible by the publication of Ian Glasper's The Day The Country Died and the Anarcho Punk CD series. Folks can check out these here: The Day The Country Died - A History of anarcho Punk book by Ian Glasper... and here: MySpace.com - ANARCHO PUNK CD SERIES - UK, UK - Punk / Punk / Punk - www.myspace.com/anarchopunkcdseries
  13. Ah I used to run in to her at gigs all the time. Alternative played two shows in Aberdeen as I recall - with Flux Of Pink Indians, The System, and Andy T + one more. Unfortunately I couldn't make either.
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