Mr. Moonlee is a Punkrocker - 3x CD box

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Artists: Debeli Precjednik, IN-SANE, XAXAXA
Title: Mr. Moonlee is a Punkrocker - 3x CD box
Format: CD
Label: Moonlee Records
Genre: punkrock, hardcore




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We present a special offer, the Punkrocker's Moonlee Records box with three releases from a Croatian, Slovenian and Macedonian punk band. The offer is valid until the end of June 2018

The Mr. Moonlee is a Punkrocker CD box includes:
DEBELI PRECJEDNIk - Bruto Slavo / VBK - CD
IN-SANE - Trust Our Hands... Are Worthless - CD
XAXAXA - Sami maži i ženi - CD


"Bruto Slavo" showcases the good old Fat Prezident that we all know and love – think of Propagandhi guitar riffs with Descendents velocity. The rest, named "VBK", has a bit mellower, brighter sound and it's sung in Croatian – take it as a mini-EP integrated into the album. Lyrically, "Bruto Slavo" is as insightful, deeply emotional and socially engaged as Fat Prezident records have always been. All in all, if you dare to call yourself a fan of bands in the vein of Strung Out, Good Riddance, Rise Against, Satanic Surfers, Poison Idea and SNFU, you will love this album by default.

On "Trust Our Hands... Are Worthless" IN-SANE remain loyal to their own formula of energetic punk rock, enriched with plenty of hardcore/emo/rock elements and rhythmical twists that give their music special dynamics and charm. The mix of catchy melodies, sharp guitars, thundering bass, fast raging rhythms and breakdowns, along with dual screaming vocals doesn’t leave any room for indifference. IN-SANE take the best features from bands like Against Me, Hot Water Music and Propagandhi and combine them into a new and catchy whole.

On their 3rd album XAXAXA (Skopje, Macedonia) retain their signature retro punk-rock sound, but managento shift it towards indie-rock territory. The songs are a few BPMs slower, definitely more melancholic, and more melodic. What really separates this album from its predecessors, is the way Vasko's vocals are placed in the overall soundscape, giving the whole album a certain atmospheric feel and a floating vibe that perfectly match the subtle melodic changes brought by the underlying instrumentation. Paired with occasional inserts from an old Macedonian movie and football commentaries from the late 1980's (both supporting the theme of the lyrics), we got a rather interesting record that breaks out of the expected constraints of the genre.

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