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Bad Mojos/Kick It! - Split 7” ~SPITS / DEAN DIRG!

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Bad Mojos/Kick It! - Split 7”.  Kick It! from Germany deliver an awesome mix of '77 punk-rock and driving mid-tempo '80s hardcore. Their side contains two songs that are catchy and raw at the same time. Kick It! tow the line nicely between punk and hardcore, leaning more on snotty punk rock side of the spectrum. Really nice and snappy songs similar to Dean Dirg in their early days with a heavy Angry Samoans influence. On the flip, Bad Mojos are Switzerland’s answer to The Spits. With distorted, buzz-saw guitars and spastic, robotic vocals the Bad Mojos belt out wonderfully retarded punk rock on these two scuzzy tracks. These guys feature members of Nasty Rumours. Nice screen printed covers on these and the single includes a 16 page insert booklet with pics and info about each band. Import from Germany.

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