Reissue of the Week: DVA MINUTA MRŽNE

  • Published July 16, 2015 By Matt Badenhop
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Cream of the crop Serbian punk from 1984 with a strong Oi! influence. No Plan records has done us a fine service here, as this EP was originally released in an unsatisfactory amount of 100 copies back in ’95, and most online sellers seemingly wouldn’t let a copy go for less than a couple hundred bucks (trust me, I’ve been after a copy for years!) These four cuts are full-sounding, burly, and gruff punk with huge infectious choruses and melodic guitar leads. Imagine classics like BLITZ and CAMERA SILENS but with that unmistakable Balkan flair. Timeless material, perfect for dancing, singing along, and will easily stand out from the pack on your next mixtape. I seriously can’t recommend this (and their other EP on No Plan) enough! (Matt Badenhop)
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