Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Métal Urbain - Les Hommes Morts Sont Dangereux (1981)

Experimental synth and drum machine-fueled French art punk. Les Hommes Morts Sont Dangereux compiles everything the band had recorded up to the time of its release. Would have been one of the first things I posted on here, but I didn't want to scare people off with that sketchy album art. At this point, though, y'all know I'm not some closet nazi, and this is seriously god-tier stuff, so we're doing this. Plus, I've been assured that their politics are spot-on.

Track listing:
1. Hystérie Connective
2. Ghetto (Peel Session)
3. Clé de Contact
4. Lady Coca Cola
5. Panik
6. Futurama (Peel Session)
7. Snuff Movie
8. Numéro Zéro
9. Paris Marquis
10. Pas Poubelle
11. 50/50
12. Ultra Violence
13. Anarchie au Palace
14. E 202
15. Crève Salope
16. Hystérie Connective (Mix 2)
17. Atlantis

I always wanted to experience war

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Monuments (1997)
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Infinite Sun (2011)


  1. Politically-correct nihilism, eh? Looking forward to the pleasure...

    and thanks again


  2. Metal Urbain! One of coolest bands ever. Hearty thanks for the post.