Sunday, November 25, 2007
Dutch Punk - Sixth Post
I'll never be a proper punk rocker, too systematic I guess. For the sixth post we point our browser to Wormer, a small village in the north western part of The Netherlands, which surely had the most active punk scene, certainly when seeing the size of the village. The Ex lived there for a while, so their style of playing was often copied by the other bands. This resulted in 'Oorwormer', with no less than thirteen bands, including Wormer's own version of Bob Dylan, Verz Ed. Included in this post is also the three group flexi disc 'Villa Zuid Moet Blijven', with The Ex, De Groeten and Svatsox, to raise interest in their squat Villa Zuid. Also to fill up things, the very first 7" by Svatsox - in a seperate post I will post their two albums soon.
1. Oorwormer (LP, Het Gat van Wormer Records, wrmr 701, 1982)
2. Villa Zuid Moet Blijven (flexi, no label, 1981)
3. Svatsox (7", Wand Records 3,14, 1981