8 thoughts on “ ¼ Dead - Rudimentary Peni - Death Church (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Rudimentary Peni is another one of those "Crass" bands, but they are much more original then some. As some of you may know, Nick Blinko was a schizo, which makes it cool to listen to him. The music is dark and depressing and talks about death, politics and .
  2. Death Church is a great album, definitely one of the best purchases I've made in awhile. While I wouldn't claim to be punk myself, nor an anarchist or a vegan, as these guys were, I can definitely appreciate the fury with which Nick Blinko delivers his messages. This is pure rock, snotty, snarling and heavy.5/5(17).
  3. Jan 23,  · Rudimentary Peni ‎– "Death Church" (Corpus Christi ‎– CHRIST IT'S 6/Outer Himalayan Records ‎– BOOBOO 4) This has to be one of my 10 Desert Island Discs. As near a perfect embodiment of the Punk Rock myth that one could possibly find.
  4. "Death Church" is the first studio album by the anarcho-punk/deathrock band Rudimentary Peni, released in on Corpus Christi Records. It was recorded and mixed at Southern Studios in April , and engineered by John Loder. "Rotten to the Core" is a direct verbal attack against John Lydon and Joe Strummer, accusing them of being hypocritesGenre: Punk rock, deathrock, anarcho-punk.
  5. Rudimentary Peni ‎– "Rudimentary Peni EP" (Outer Himalayan Records ‎– BOOBOO1) As much as I cant stand 'Anarcho Punk', Rudimentary Peni stand out like a shiny diamond amongst the washed out black clad white rasta trust fund hippy smear that populated /populate this fine extrapolation of the human 'Hive Mind'.
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  7. Southern / Outer Himalayan are reissuing Rudimentary Peni’s debut LP, Death Church, on 12th May. After bumper reissues of Pope Adrian 37th Psychristiatric, Cacophony and Archaic, it is now time for what is arguably the outsider punks’ most beloved album to shine.

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