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This is the first record from Italian band, CCCP-Fedeli Alla Linea (USSR – Faithful to the Line), released on commie-red 7-inch vinyl in 1984 by Attack Punk Records. I really dug what I was hearing here, so I picked up their 1987 LP released on Virgin, Socialismo E Barbarie, but was disappointed to find that they’d veered off into a more synthesizer laden direction. Each of the releases seems to concentrate on communism and Islam, but I couldn’t tell you what their take on it all is – are they proponents or just being ironic? If I understood Italian, perhaps I’d know. Regardless, it’s the music that counts and this 7-inch is good stuff, especially the final song, “Punk Islam.” There’s a minor skip or two at the end of the song, so apologies in advance. I’ll return your money if you’re unsatisfied.

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Monday, May 01, 2006 10:15:00 AM

Nice find. Some more tracks if you're into them:    

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 1:51:00 PM

Punk islam... thanks for that great track.
did you understand the textline "wir sind die türken von morgen".
an old german punk classical by the DAF/Fehlfarben.    

Sunday, September 09, 2007 12:49:00 PM

Thank you for this music.
I write in the CCCP related post cause I've been into their music.
I'm from Italy, and CCCP was a marvellous band, in my opinion. The album you bought is much representative of their style at the times (one of their brilliants, in my opinion once again): in the following years they became almost "chansonniers".
Check the track "Emilia Paranoica" (they were from Reggio Emilia, actually in Emila Romagna, north of Italy).

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