Brainbombs: Singles Collection LP
The Brainbombs use a horn, scraping guitars and the mindset of a mentally-impaired killer to bring some dark damage to the putrid remains of the corpse of rock music. When the band started, the Brainbombs were much more in line with the European industrial scene of the time. Though they use the tools of the rock trade, Brainbombs instead breath from the fart-helmet of minimal repetitious overload. To this a drugged-out horn floats in the mix. The collection of songs on this release documents the band’s first seven years. Subject matter is definitely for the mature listener, with sacred cows being punctured, slaughtered and violated. The lyrics are usually the deal breaker for most sensitive souls, though the brutish and wiry sounds compete with some of the best sounds off the Killed By Death series of records out of Hell, Norway. Brainbombs is not some garage fonzie KBD cover band, but a real deal noise pollutor.
Tracks 1 & 2 originally released as the "Jack The Ripper Lover/No End" 7" (Brainbombs, 1989).
Tracks 3 & 4 originally released as the "Anne Frank" 7" (Big Brothel, 1990).
Track 5 originally released on the "It's A Burning Hell" 7" (Big Ball, 1992).
Tracks 6-9 originally released as the "Live Action At Rock All, Oslo" 7" (Big Ball, 1994).
Track 10 is the first studio recording by Brainbombs, from 1987.
Tracks 11 & 12 originally released on the "Unveiled" comp. tape (Mechanik, 1986).
Black vinyl in black/white sleeve with insert and digital download coupon.