Boy Dirt Car ‎– Winter (CDr album)



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Boy Dirt Car ‎– Winter (CDr album)

Originally issued by Lexicon Devil in 2003. Milwaukee’s Boy Dirt Car were their good city’s preeminent punk-noise-industrial outfit who roamed the state and country from roughly 1981 ’til 1989. Formed by the disgruntled duo of Eric Lunde and Darren Brown after being inspired by a local cacophonous Glen Branca gig, they decided to gather a group of fellow miscreants from the Milwaukee punk scene with a mission to create a truly inspired, ungodly, riot-inducing racket. Roping in, amongst others, Dan Kubinski and Keith Brammer from local hardcore kings, Die Kreuzen, they formed Boy Dirt Car. With a sound approximating some sort of bizarre stew of Throbbing Gristle, early Sonic Youth, Birthday Party, AMM and Einsterzunde Neubauten, they set about documenting themselves through a slew of self-released cassettes. Playing the circuit with everyone from Fred Frith to Flipper to Shockabilly to Screamin’ Jay Hawkins(!), BDC caught the ear of noise aficionado, Ron Lessard, of the famed RRR label out of Massachusetts, who released the 1986 split LP with fellow Milwaukee space-rockers, F/i. Winning praise from the hipsters and running through a few pressings for its troubles, the band went and did it again in 1987 with their debut full-length, Winter.(forced exposure)

Now, as Forced Exposure very well wrote all the above, we came back to our item, that is of course the cdr re-release version of their full-debut album.

What it sounds from all the above? Well, you know…industrial, noisy and all these good things

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