NEUROOT – MACHT KAPUT WAS EUCH KAPUT MACHT (Limbabwe 19) 1983
The Neuroot was from Arnhem (one bridge too far). We had good contacts with this scene, especially with Stol, basplayer on this tape. Arnhem had the ‘Stokvishall’ local punkclub. A big empty factory hall. Attended my second The Clash gig there. It was their ‘Give Them Enough Rope’ tour. Good gig, lesser good album. First time I saw The Clash was a year before in Belgium. Great show. Massive loud and therefore heavy distorted. Couldn’t recognize the songs so don’t remember the set list. Do remember the support act: Elvis Costello. Totally unknown (but not for long). Funny, these early punkrock days. The stars then had only a short live. The supports survived longer (Costello-Clash/Sting-Damned).
The Neuroot was a heavy punkrock band English style. They where good although I must say its not my thing nowadays anymore. Neuroot means (obvious) Neurotic.
Recorded in the basement of Bauplatz.
Funny, someone had to remind me about the release. Sure I remember recording this but not for Limbabwe release. I always thought it was released somewhere else.
I did one more recording session with Stol, the first single of Mother. Great drummer in this band. Early 90ties. The studio already moved to Tegelen centre.
Recorded and mastered by: Matski Produced by Matski & Neuroot
03) Police Provocation
04) Dogs Of The System
05) G.B.O. Gestapo
06) I Won’t Conform
07) Macht Kaput Wass Euch Kaput Macht
08) State Brain
09) Royal Menace
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From the ‘Lost Limbabwe Tapes’ I found 2 songs, both untitled.
These 2 extra tracks you get in one zip here:
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