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Human Power- Human Power? 7” ~EX WANKYS!

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Human Power- Human Power? 7”. Reissue of this 2004 7" that was originally limited to a ridiculously scant 200 copies. Human Power was a short-lived UK band featuring one of the Wankys, and like the Wankys these guys have a serious Japanese HC fixation. However, rather than pure noise-punk, Human Power have a LOT of GISM in their sound. Rather than most bands who attempt to ape GISM (most of which concentrate on the guitar leads), these guys really nail the odd rhythm guitar sound and odd, unsettling vocals. Four killer tracks... it says a lot that someone was willing to reissue this several years after the fact. Nice thick ass cardboard cover on this one.

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