Crown Court - Capital offence 12" LP (RP Clear/SilverBlack Spl.)

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Po t?ech 7" jsme se kone?n? do?kali kompletního alba jedné z nejvýrazn?jąích sou?asných anglických Oi! kapel. Crown Court si jede po?ád to svoje takľe pokud pat?íte k fand?m jejich neut?elého stylu nebudete ur?it? zklamáni. Doporu?uji!

English version:
After three 7", we had a full album of one of the most outstanding contemporary English Oi! Bands. Crown Court is still going to have so far belong to their fans of their style certainly will not be disappointed. I recommend!

TRACKLIST:
Side 1
01. Sammy Skyves
02. Media Blackout
03. What Are You Going To Do?
04. Hated But Rated
05. 22
06. Brotherhood Of The Banned
07. Thames Sake

Side 2
01. Breakout
02. Disco Skins
03. Attack
04. Park Lane Boys
05. The Province
06. Shapes Of The Day

PRESSING INFO:
700 x black vinyl
600 x transparent blood red vinyl
200 x ultra-clear vinyl
30 x testpressing

Recenze Backstreet Battalion:
Po t?ech EP a kompila?ním CD se vąemi písn?mi z nich, vydává tahle londýnská kapela svoje první regulérní album Capital Offense se 13 písn?mi. Kapela hraje p?ímo?arý styl, který Vás kopne o pár let zp?t (konkrétn? t?eba song Park Lane Boys, kterej je jak z 80. let) se svoji neboosterovanou, kovov? zn?jící r´n´r kytarou (která si ale jede svoje drobné vyhrávky), rychlejąím rytmem (který vede hi hatka) a hrubąím hlasem zp?váka. Hnedka první song Sammy Skyves Vás p?kn? nakopne. Jsou tu ale i n?jaké výjimky jako t?eba Hated but Rated s bluesovým za?átkem. Daląí v?c, která vy?nívá je Thames Sake, kde velkou ?ást songu jede jen kytara s kopákem a do toho zp?v. Refrén je ale v normálním rytmu. Podobný za?átek má i následující Breakout. Z nov?jąích kapel tam jsou ur?it? slyąet B-Squadron nebo Hostile Minds. Celkem zde najdete 13 song?, kde kaľdá má cirka kolem dvou minut (i kdyľ tu jsou vyjímky, t?eba poslední Shapes of the Day). Jinak songy se jmenují t?eba The Province (o Ulsteru), Attack, Disco Nightmare, 22, Brotherhood of Banned, Blackout, atd?Obal je op?t ud?lán v klasickém ?ernobílém duchu, jako jejich p?edchozí po?iny. Vychází koncem zá?í. Paráda?

Review Backstreet Battalion:
After three EP´s and compilation CD with those songs come this London based band with their first regular album called Capital Offense with 13 songs. The band plays straightforward style which kicks you back to 80´s (check song Park Lane Boys for example) with non-boostered iron sounding r´n´r guitar (but with solos also), faster rhythm (due to hi-hat) and rougher voice of the singer. Just check their first song Sammy Skyves which really kicks your ass. There are also some exceptions like Hated but Rated with bluesy start or Thames Sake with long part just with guitars, kick drum and vocals. Refrain is in normal rhythm. Similar start has also the next piece called Breakout. I will compare them with their colleagues from B-Squadron or Hostile Minds. As I said there are 13 songs with circa 2 minutes length each (also there are some exceptions like the last one Shapes of the Day). Other songs are called The Province (about Ulsteru), Attack, Disco Nightmare, 22, Brotherhood of Banned, Blackout, etc? Cover is done again just in black and white like their previous releases. It will be out at the end of September. Good one?

Review American Oi:
One of the most anticipated Oi! albums of this year is without a doubt the debut LP by London?s own Crown Court! The Park Lane Boys instantly impressed me with 2014?s demo-cassette ?Trouble From London?, but really shook things up with the two EP?s that followed for Rebellion Records, namely ?Ruck And Roll? and (especially) ?The English Disease?! Earlier this year all three got combined on the ?Trouble From London? CD, giving you a taste of what these lads would sound like for more than just three tracks in a row, but now it?s time for the real work with the band?s first full-length album; ?Capital Offence?!
 
And these London troublemakers mean business! Because Crown Court instantly boots down the door with opening track ?Sammy Skyves?, delivering pure dynamite straight from the get go, this is ?no mess ? no fuss ? just pure impact? 2.0! Everything by these lads, from the artwork to their sound, has the 80?s written all over it, but with their modern approach they?re hardly comparable to any of the bands that were active in Britain?s glory days of Oi! music. But therefor also hardly comparable to any of the bands that are currently active in Britain and beyond!
 
Due this, it is hardly a surprise that their previous releases got repressed for a second, or even a third time! Old or new, everyone wants a piece of the action, something that will be no different with ?Capital Offence?! Including the aforementioned opener, Crown Court delivers a total of thirteen brand new, bootboy anthems on their debut LP. Ready to ruck, the top of the United Kingdom?s crop bursts out riotous powerhouses such as ?Media Blackout?, ?Hated But Rated?, ?Brotherhood Of The Banned?, ?Breakout? and ?Attack?. But an album also offers some room to change gears a bit, resulting into the magnificent ?Thames Sake? and the somewhat glam-ish ?Shapes Of The Day?, the two longest songs on the LP.
 
The fact that Crown Court can be real picky about what songs end up on their releases (I heard rejected songs from previous releases), you know these guys are setting the bar extremely high for themselves, and so far, so good! Because the Londoners live up to the anticipation, delivering an album that can easily become one of the top picks of 2016! An absolute must-have!

Přidat do košíku:

  • Kód: 2020046
  • Výrobce: Rebellion Records

Tento produkt byl přidán dne Úterý 18. srpen 2020.

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