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Autonomads, No Mans Land CD

This lot play a mix of ska, dub, punk obviously very politically minded. Good stuff. 

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Comes in a card wallet, 9 tracks - Exactly the same as it was in 2008 minus the hessian case!!! Pressed by
Active Distribution (UK)
Mass Productions (FR)
Active Rebellion (UK)
REDSTAR73 (ES)

 

A review of the first pressing said this

 

It's great to see DIY is still being kept alive by bands like The Autonomads. This release comes in a hand-folded A3 poster inside a hand-sewn hessian bag with a hand-numbered tag showing which one of the thousand pressed you've got. Impressive enough before you even get to the content. When you put this much care into the packaging, it's a pretty good bet you'll put some serious effort into what's inside too. Having seen the band live before picking this up I know they do exactly that when they plug in and turn on, and the CD doesn't deviate from the script.

 

This is tight and energetic punked-up ska with a decent splash of dubby sauce. It's set off perfectly with some nice upfront sax and crowd-pleasing singalong choruses. The lyrics are a mix of the personal and political, not too dissimilar to the creative wordplay favoured by Dick Lucas, which is exactly how it should be. Packed into the backroom of a pub with this lot on the stage gets the dancefloor hot n' sweaty very quickly. Grab this release and chances are you won't be able to resist a quick skank when you put it in the CD player too (although that's not so advisable if the CD player is in the car and you're driving).

 

For people who also like: Inner Terrestrials, The Blaggers, Sonic Boom Six

 

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