Monday, November 8, 2010
Nick Toczek's Britanarchists
Nick Toczek of The Burial was involved in other projects including anarcho-punk poetry readings and at least two other bands Britanarchists and The Spectre which, like The Burial, were punk based with cowpunk and ska influences.
This download includes two tracks from The Oi! of Sex comp
The Burial - Old Man's Poison
The Burial - Friday Night
...The Burial's 1982 2-track demo tape
I Can't Forget
Stiff with a Quiff (also from the Oi! of Sex comp)
...and a spoken word version of Stiff with a Quiff from The Intolerance Tape*
and the split 7" from 1986 featuring 2 tracks each from The Burial and The Spectre
A1 Nick Toczek and the Burial - Hitler's Birthday Party
A2 Nick Toczek and the Burial - Things to do on a Saturday Night
B1 Nick Toczek and the Spectre - Sheer Funk
B2 Nick Toczek and the Spectre - Living on the Breadline
(Excessive thanks to Rikard for the Britanarchists 7"!!)
* The Intolerance Tape was a collection of spoken-word anarcho-rantings from 1987 with Nick Toczek, Seething Wells, Kevin Seisay, and Ginger John (the Doomsday Commando).
Not exactly my cup o' tea but if you'd like - it's HERE.