Παρασκευή, 6 Απριλίου 2012

Deus Ex Machina - 38 xiliosta / Bastardokratia (38 Χιλιοστά / Μπασταρδοκρατία). 7" single, vinyl rip. 2011

   Punk rules!
   Deus Ex Machina play the two most beloved greek punk songs ever!
"38 xiliosta" was released in 1986 by Adieksodo and it's a scream of anger which became the voice of two or three generations!
    Ιn 1985, during a riot at the centre of Athens, a cop shot in the head 15 years old Mihalis Kaltezas. The caliber of the bullet was 38 millimeters...
   The next days Athens was burning by thousands of angry young men...
   The legendary punk band Adieksodo caught the spirit of this rebellion and they wrote their best song:
"Blood is what i want to see - Blood of a thousand "innoccents", running down the street..."
After Adieksodo disbanded, their guitarist Dimitris Spyropoulos formed Deus Ex machina in 1989.

   "Bastardokratia" was written by the other legendary punk band of the '80's, Chaos Generation and it's a raw attack against the bastards who rule our lives.

Deus Ex Machina were playing these songs all these years in concerts and finally, in 2011, they entered the studio to record and release this excellent single (vinyl only! Limited copies).

                 Punk rules!



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