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Peripherique Est- Ring Est E.P. LP ~RAXOLA!

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Peripherique Est- Ring Est E.P. LP.  Peripherique Est come blastin’ outta Belgium with a distinctive sound stuck strictly inbetween 1977-1978. Their influences naturally migrate towards their royally rotten “Bloody Belgium” pioneers, as you can tell these guys have gnawned on their Raxola and Hubble Bubble records and belt it out with the ferocity of The Kids. And they aren’t just stuck in Belgium as they definately have a few razorblades in the heart for first wave French boppers like Les Olivesteins, The Dogs, Electrochoc and Strychnine. Killer Belgian punk here that’s already out of print on Modern Action Records.

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