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Bored! - Take It Out On You lp (Desperate Records)


"Desperate is pleased to announce that it is reissuing the Take It Out On
You LP by legendary Australian rock & roll juggernaut, BORED! It's
the only recording of the band from their amazing TIM HEMENSLEY-era
line-up from 1989-'91, and for many people it remains their defining
moment. Hailing from Geelong, the coastal city just outside of
Melbourne, Bored! were formed in the late '80s by guitarists DAVE THOMAS
and JOHN NOLAN as an outfit which would meld their mutual loves of punk
rock (of both the '77 and '80s US hardcore variety) and '70s hard
rock/heavy metal (think Blue Cheer, 'Sabbath, Billy Thorpe and Lobby
Loyde). With already a couple of records and a new bass player under
their belt in the form of ex-GOD member, Tim Hemensley, they entered the
studio in 1990 and recorded this 7-track LP which defines them as one
of the great bands of their time. Comprising of Dave Thomas originals
such as 'Mr. Ten Per Cent,' the elongated sludgefest, 'Sweet Charity'
and the wildly aggressive slab of energy known as 'Motherfuckin'
Motherfucker,' they rank as some of Thomas' best ever songs. Hemensley
contributes two classics with the title track and the opener,
'Conquest,' both of which are phenomenal tracks of high-energy punk/rock
complemented by Hemensley's typically incisive lyrical wit. Rounding
the record out are two brilliant covers: Pere Ubu's 'Final Solution,'
stretched out with many minutes of glorious feedback; and the Sex
Pistols' 'Satellite,' barked out with abandon by Tim, rendering it an
awesome slab of hard rock. Long unavailable, this 180-gram vinyl edition
on Desperate comes newly remastered by MIKEY YOUNG with a download card
and a detailed two-sided insert featuring rare and
never-before-published photos and exclusive liner notes by Dave Thomas
and John Nolan. Limited to 500 copies." - DESPERATE RECORDS

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 20 February, 2014.

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