Friday, June 22, 2007

The Magits - Fully Coherent

It's unanimous, the blog will continue on it's same path. Thanks to everyone that left feedback. Anyways, on with tonight's post.

The Magits was Nick Blinko's band before Rudimentary Peni. There isn't much info about them online, but Rudimentary Peni's section in The Day The Country Died book has some pretty good stuff. Fully Coherent (from 1979) was their only release. It consisted of four tracks of synth (played by Nick Blinko) and vocals (from Martin Cooper). I'm posting it not so much for the "music," but more for the fact that it's just kind of interesting. Another EP, titled A Pawn In The Game, was slated to be released in 1980, but it never came into fruition. For a little more information, there is an unofficial website, but if you want more, or are even remotely interested in anarcho-punk, The Day The Country Died book is a must-read.

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Anonymous Andrew said...

This is brilliant. The feel on this is just what I needed. Thanks for uploading this. A pity the other songs from the recording sessions where never released.

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