Larm "Complete Campaign For Musical Destruction" 2xLP


Holland's LÄRM evolved from other projects sometime around 1981, was a band that had something for everybody: sincere leftist politics, a strong straight-edge philosophy, a lighthearted, humorous attitude, and most importantly devastating music played at never-before-heard speeds. They played short, fast, and out of tune. The Discography double LP contains the following records: "Complete Campaign For Musical Destruction", originally released as a split LP with STANX (1984), "No One Can Be That Dumb 7" (1985), "Straight on View" LP (1986), "Nothing Is Hard If You Dare To Scale The Heights" 7" (1987). A total blast of 75 tracks housed in a gatefold-cover.

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