SKEPTICS

III LP
Label: FLYING NUN

order number SW13394a

 

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Description
The Skeptics were a postpunk noise band from Palmerston North, New Zealand active from 1979-1990. During their existence as a band Skpetics released 4 albums an EP and 10'' single before the band disbanded in 1990 due to member David D'Ath's tragic lost battle with leukaemia. III showcases the bands abrasive and haunting sound as well as their pioneering embracing nature of early sampling technology in a time when jangle guitar pop was prominent on Flying Nun records. Despite being left of center Skeptics III made an impact in New Zealand due to the controversial video for AFFCO named after a meat work company in the North Island. The video shows graphic footage of an animal slaughter house and was banned from national television. 
This item is tagged as:
  • Experimental
  • New Zealand
  • Noise
  • Postpunk

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