Spex

Spex - November - Dezember 2016  Magazines

Posted by nextek at Oct. 23, 2016
Spex - November - Dezember 2016

Spex - November - Dezember 2016
German | 116 pages | PDF | 54 MB

Spex - September - Oktober 2016  Magazines

Posted by nextek at Aug. 20, 2016
Spex - September - Oktober 2016

Spex - September - Oktober 2016
German | 116 pages | PDF | 63 MB

Spex - Juli-August 2016  Magazines

Posted by Torries at June 23, 2016
Spex - Juli-August 2016

Spex - Juli-August 2016
German | 114 pages | PDF | 58,7 MB

SPEX - Mai - Juni 2016  Magazines

Posted by nextek at May 28, 2016
SPEX - Mai - Juni 2016

SPEX - Mai - Juni 2016
German | 116 pages | PDF | 60 Mb

Grimes by Nicholas Maggio for Spex Magazine November 2015  Girls

Posted by nrg at Dec. 29, 2015
Grimes by Nicholas Maggio for Spex Magazine November 2015

Grimes - Nicholas Maggio Photoshoot 2015
6 jpg | up to 1110*1440 | 3.74 Mb
Canadian singer
X-Ray Spex  - Germ Free Adolescents: The Anthology (2001)

X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents: The Anthology (2001)
EAC | FLAC IMG,CUE+LOG = 723MB | [email protected] = 240MB | 400 dpi Scans
Punk | Label: Castle - CMDDD369 | FSo/FSe

X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents (2 CD Deluxe Edition)  

Posted by zeus2zeus at Aug. 31, 2009
X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents (2 CD Deluxe Edition)

X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents (2 CD Deluxe Edition)
Mp3 @ 224 VBR | 187 MB | Punk | Front Cover Only
Label: Universal Int'l | Original Release: 1978 | This Edition: Feb.24, 2009
*Source: torrent*

VA - The Best Punk Anthems ...Ever! (1998) 2CD  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 20, 2016
VA - The Best Punk Anthems ...Ever! (1998) 2CD

VA - The Best Punk Anthems …Ever! (1998) 2CD
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 1.8 Gb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 415 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Punk, New Wave | Label: Virgin, Circa | # VTDCD 198, 7243 8 46129 2 4 | Time: 02:37:53

The brilliance of this collection is that it combines the standard Brit-punk anthems by the Sex Pistols, the Damned, the Buzzcocks, and Stiff Little Fingers with other great songs that typify the variety and range of punk-era independent music from both sides of the Atlantic. The songs are so well chosen that the punk aesthetic is further revealed by the inclusion of songs that characterize pub rock, new wave, and other related genres. The usual punk suspects ("New Rose," "Anarchy in the UK") are all here, along with many other treasures: Dr. Feelgood's "Milk and Alcohol", Devo's "Mongoloid," Jonathan Richman's "Roadrunner," Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer," and Television's "Marquee Moon." The less commonly anthologized punk selections are inspired, too: the Ruts' "Babylon Is Burning," Generation X's "Ready Steady Go," and X-Ray Spex's "Identity," along with the seminal "Sheena is a Punk Rocker." The conception of the genre is expanded further to include Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, XTC, Joe Jackson, the Pretenders, the Tubes, and Blondie, and their presence overcomes the tendency for boring repetition on a very long collection.

Noh Mercy - Noh Mercy (2012)  

Posted by Designol at Dec. 19, 2015
Noh Mercy - Noh Mercy (2012)

Nōh Mercy - Nōh Mercy (2012)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 291 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 113 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Female Punk, Post-Punk | Label: Superior Viaduct | # SV002 | Time: 00:43:20

Formed in San Francisco in 1977, Noh Mercy was comprised of only two women: Esmerelda and Tony Hotel. The band's motto was 'No Boys On Guitars' as a reaction against male-dominated rock 'n' roll. They didn't need boys or guitars. They harnessed the angularity of Devo, the punk/poet attitude of Patti Smith, and the art spectacle of Roxy Music, all ground down to a minimalist core of voice and drums. Their only two previously released songs, No Caucasian Guilt and Revolutionary Spy, have long been considered essential recordings within Post-Punk/No Wave collector circles and by fans of other late 70's 'girl' groups, such as X-Ray Spex, The Slits, and The Raincoats. This album contains almost entirely unreleased material, unheard for over thirty years. Recorded by Fluxus artist and electronics genius Tommy Tadlock (Tuxedomoon) during their peak in 1979. As prescient as bands come, Noh Mercy preceded the defiant queer rebellion of Riot Grrrl and the frenetic art minimalism of the early 21st century by decades.