Stazione Suicida- Sangue Nel Muro CD. The early eighties. Italian hardcore. Small town punks shouting "we're here and hardcore is our voice. Because we don't know how to do anything else. Because it's strong, fast, and ruinous. Because it's a way to speak even to those who don't want to listen. Perhaps the only means available in those years. In that Italy. Stazione Suicida was a name that, like many others, expressed boredom and demanded revenge with enough rage to make the walls bleed. In Poggibonsi (Siena), just like in Rome or New York or London. Now ten tracks all screaming O' to homologation, discipline, and the proverbial ystem' are all that's left of that experience. Almost a quarter of a century has passed since then, and who knows if maybe after listening to it, some kid will suddenly discover just how pissed off he really is, just like those four young punks from Poggibonsi.