FREIWILLIGE SELBSTKONTROLLE - STÜRMER (LP)


"After Felix Kubin's "Tetchy Teenage Tapes" some years ago we proudly present the second archival release on a-musik, actually our first reissue - of a long o/p LP that urgently needed to be re-released since "Stürmer" is one of the most outstanding records in the history of german avantpop/punk. Originally released 1981 on the legendary ZickZack label, the debut LP by Munich's Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle soon reached cult status and became one of the most important NDW / german postpunk releases ever. Active since today (and right now working on their 13th longplayer) F.S.K. were one of John Peel's all time favourites and actually did more Peel Sessions than any other band - well, besides The Fall, of course. For quite a while it was almost impossible to grab a copy of "Stürmer", but right on time for its 30th anniversary this seminal LP finally is reissued, accompanied by a 8 pp. booklet with lots of unpublished photos and extensive liner notes by NDW-historiograph Frank Apunkt Schneider (in german). First edition of 500 copies." (label info)
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in stock | DE| 2011| A-MUSIK | 18.90


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