01. Yesterday, today and forever
02. Nothin but trouble
03. Above the law
Released by Sunwheel Records in 1995.
Ok. Can someone please explain to me how Zionism and communism blend into each others? Yes the cover is one of the most graphic (and stupid) one's in my collection. The proud white warrior has slain the communsit jew dragon (WTF!?!). Did i miss out on that much when i dropped out of high school? Maybe it's ME being ignorant but i cant really see the connection between the two and to be honest all i can remember when hangin out with syndicalists and communists in my younger days is that their blind hate for "the greedy jew" was the only thing that connected their beliefs to facist beliefs of those that this redneck band had. Probably this band has just played to much Final Fantasy and made up their own little world after that.
Anyway on to the review. First of all if your looking for punk or Oi! look elsewhere. This is basicly facist rock n roll and as good as it might be it even made this hardboiled nonpolitical face blush a bit with the artcover. Thats basicly where they stop being extreme though. The lyrics are not really that in your face and even if they manage to slip in some political messages most that would have heard it without seing the cover would probably have put it straight into the Rock genre.
The band sound better then most of their counterparts even if the AC/DC influences gets a bit to obvious sometimes.
Dont even know if i am breaking some Swedish laws by posting this record (like you Yanks we dont have something called freedom of speech here) but what the hell.