Out of Tune | Discontent Producers

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Discontent Producers

by Out of Tune

Hyperactive hardcore punk with enough classic rock riffage and guitar leads to keep the purist element offended.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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1. Copyleft Notice
1:38 album only
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2. Left Hand Dialectics
2:14 album only
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3. Technocracy
2:36 album only
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4. Dissident's Anthem
1:27 album only
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5. Deadline
2:10 album only
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6. Mimosa
1:52 album only
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7. Nothing
2:47 album only
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8. Desperate Measures
0:48 album only
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9. Call of Duty
1:21 album only
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10. Black Bloc Party
2:08 album only
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11. God Is a Coward
1:59 album only
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12. Eat Your Leaders
2:26 album only
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13. 56 Seconds
1:53 album only
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14. Dreamgrinder
1:51 album only
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15. Damaged Cybernetics
5:14 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aggressive, fast and chaotic attack with pop sensibility. Something like halfway between Rich Kids on LSD, Dead Kennedys and Primus, hardcore with avantgarde spirit and keen sense of humor.

The lyrics are political as fuck, but don't worry, you really can't make out the words. The album is's an all-out attack on capitalism, conservativeness and good taste in general, and the attack is made with tongue firmly in cheeck and middle finger pointed. Ideas of social change, personal freedom and voluntary co-operation are meshed with bitter humor and seemingly contradictory philosophical statements.

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