Исполнитель: Hard-Ons / Stupids Альбом: Shit-Pants-Shit-Pants EP / Japanese Vacation EP (Split) LP Год: 2011 Страна: Australia (Sydney) / UK (Ipswich, England) Стиль: Punk/Power Pop/Hardcore Punk / Hardcore Punk Битрейт: 277 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98.4 Длительность: 00:26:35 Издатель: Boss Tuneage Размер: 53.63 МБ Треклист: Hard-Ons - Shit-Pants-Shit-Pants EP (2011): 1. Me Going Out Flanno – 3:37 2. Darwinian Bent – 0:43 3. Watch Ya Step Boy – 2:54 4. Shit Pants – 0:41 5. It Might Seem Like A Lonely Ship Passing Thru the Night But There's Actually A Mad Party Going on Aboard – 2:48 06. One Chord Wonders (The Adverts cover) – 2:50 Stupids - Japanese Vacation EP (2011): 7. Always the Runt – 1:21 8. Crazy Car Ted – 1:56 9. Elmo – 2:09 10. Feel the Suck (7" Mix) – 2:36 11. Hate Hate (7" Mix) – 2:25 12. Rock Gods – 2:35
THE HARD ONS are back! The band hit Europe for their first tour in over 2 years in June, and to co-incide with this we are releasing this cracking new tour special CD! Featuring 5 brand new kick ass HARD-ONS tracks as well as their awesome cover of "One Chord Wonders" originally featured on the Boss T 20th anniversary boxset, the "SHIT-PANTS-SHIT-PANTS" tour souvenir are the last recordings to feature Pete on drums, and comes packaged in a great slimline digipack/digifile featuring the usual awesome artwork from bassist Ray Ahn! A co-release between Boss Tuneage and The Cool Bananas Recording Company (who will be releasing in Australia)
After a mere break of 2 decades, UK Hardcore Punk legends the STUPIDS made a triumphant return in 2009 with the release of the already classic “The Kids Don’t Like It” album . Now, after hotly received live shows throughout the UK and Europe (including appearances at festivals including Rebellion, Ieperfest, Offset and Strummercamp amongst others) the band finally tours Japan for the first time in their history this October. To tie in with the tour, “Japanese Vacation” is a brand new release which is available in strictly limited edition numbers outside of Japan, containing not only the “Feel The Suck” 7” tracks on CD for the first time, but also three additional tracks from “The Kids Don’t Like It” sessions which until now had remained unreleased.