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Download Wargame - Necros (2) - I.Q. 32 (Vinyl) album flac mp3


1982

Wargame - Necros (2) - I.Q. 32 (Vinyl)

Necros (2) ‎– I.Q. 1st pressing of copies with green labels, copies with "Skate Park" sleeve. 2nd pressing of copies with tan labels. 3rd pressing of copies with white labels. All Pressings issued with different lyric sheets.

" This isn't very original, it's very D.C. influenced but the Necros really are a great band. They have a lot of energy and have progressed a great deal since the last single. "Race Riot" is one of the best songs of the year by far. "review from DECLINE OF ART #2, New York

 · I had a mix tape with the Necros 'I.Q. 32' EP (Dischord #4 1/2, Touch and Go #3) on it, and we used to listen to it while racing around the housing tracts in our dead-end rural and suburban trailer parks and neighborhoods in Western PA while bashing mailboxes with baseball bats, stealing mail, and engaging in all manner of mayhem that attempted.

 · «Midwest, midwest time to go / I’d stay but it’s so fucking slow / Stupid people’s all I know / I.Q. 32 I..Q. 32 / Stupid corn all in rows / Sit around and watch it grow / You’ve got nothing left to show / I.Q. 32 I.Q. 32 / Midwest fuck you». I grew up in a shithole myself and the lyrics to “I.Q. 32” (after which this 2nd NECROS 7″ is commenly being titled) were so easy for me.

Name John Peel Show Station BBC Radio One YYYY-MM-DD Comments Peel mentions the Flying Cream Shots as one of the 38 songs he'll play. Peel plays a track from Ducks Deluxe covering Sonny Curtis of the Crickets' I Fought The Law, famously covered by The Clash. Peel plays a Disney track called The Triple R Song by Tim Considine And The Triple R Chorus, from Spin And Missing: Wargame.


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 · NECROS - IQ32 & Live LP () Since I won't get to see Negative Approach tonight, due to OFF! canceling their west coast tour, I thought I'd post some other great Midwest hardcore. I wasn't about to spend an arm and a leg for the original IQ 32 EP, and it won't be getting reissued anytime soon, so this bootleg 12" will have to suffice.

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