Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Bootleg

Here's another henstooth of proto-FWOSHM goodness from Bootleg, a peppy pack of Svennes from some bullshit town I am sure. Why the band chose to use their yearbook pictures on this, their one and only release, is beyond me, but that is hardly the most problematic design element on the record's cover. Let's talk about the two songs contained in this enticing package, shall we? Side one contains the brilliant "Dagdrommar," which I assume means "Daydreamer." The song is an infectious hard rocker sung in the native tongue, and more than makes up for the lackluster live recording on side two, "Tankar Om Dej." This record isn't as metallic as that Stitch EP that made our Swedish meatballs tingle last week, but still plenty tasty.



6 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Dagdrömmar" means "Daydreams"
and "OBS! -> SPELA HÖGT" on the cover means "N.B.! -> PLAY LOUD"

Also thanks ^^

Manslaughter said...

That Stitch EP did tickle my balls. I'll have to check this out...

Kuken said...

Pure Swedophilia, and i love it! More of it, Tack!!

Clint B said...

What the fuck? I can't even understand what they're saying.

Grk! said...

'Cos it's in Foreign, dumbass!

Anonymous said...

ha. finnish wave of shitty heavy metal.