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Illogical Sound- S/T LP ~REISSUE!

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Illogical Sound- S/T LP.  Illogical Sound was born in Rome in 1981. All of them, except their vocalist, went on to form Illogico, a quite popular No-Wave band that recorded songs that have recently been reissued by Spittle records. Illogical Sound played regularly in the main alternative rock clubs in Rome in the early 80’s like The Tube and Uonna Club. At the end of 1981 and with the support of Tonino Amendola on saxophone, the band changed their name to Illogico. Illogical Sound was inspired by bands like Contortions, DNA, Suicide and Pere Ubu and they played with a heavy punk attitude, like the Screamers. This super cool reissue is an anthology that includes all of Illogical Sounds recorded studio output and also adds a few bonus live tracks. Pretty cool fucked up No Wave from a band you don’t hear much about these days. Import from Italy.

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