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Laibach - Through The Occupied Netherlands flac

  • Interprète: Laibach
  • Titre: Through The Occupied Netherlands
  • Taille FLAC: 1717 mb
  • Pays: Netherlands
  • Date de publication: 1983
  • Style: Industrial
  • # Catalogue: ST 00A
  • Label: Staaltape
  • Classement: 4.0 of 5
  • Genre: Electro
Laibach - Through The Occupied Netherlands flac


1Brat Moj5:44
2Cari Amici Soldat!4:59
3Sredi Bojev2:01
6 De Kapel-Den Haag 30-11-'83
8 NL Centrum-Amsterdam 1-12-'83
9Brat Moj5:47
11Dokument Moci0:53
12Mi Kujemo Bodocnost4:41
14Mi Kujemo Bodocnost5:33
15Sredi Bojev1:00
17Cari Amici Soldat!2:56
18Dokument Moci2:35


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST 00A, Staal Tape 00ALaibach Through The Occupied Netherlands (Documents Of Oppression) ‎(Cass)Staaltape, StaaltapeST 00A, Staal Tape 00AUSUnknown
ST 00A, Staal Tape 00ALaibach Through The Occupied Netherlands (Documents Of Oppression) ‎(Cass)Staaltape, StaaltapeST 00A, Staal Tape 00ANetherlands1983


Side A: De Kapel, Den Haag Nov. 30, 1983 (soundboard recording).
Side B: NL Centrum, Amsterdam Dec. 01, 1983 (live recording).
Packaged in an 12.5 x 21 cm folded sleeve inside a PVC jacket.

No tracklisting provided with release. Most cassettes were unlabeled black tapes. Early copies were done on commercial standard tapes (e.g. SONY CHF 90) and came with hand-written (A/B) label stickers.


  • Recorded At – De Kapel, Den Haag
  • Recorded At – NL Centrum, Amsterdam



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Commentaires (1)

this is fantastic. PRIME Laibach. For me maybe some of the best. It flows as one and is WONDERFUL. GLORIOUS even and oddly [in some way] less harsh than the 85/86 tour band - which was when i first saw them. they were wonderful but reminded me of SWANS whom i had seen in feb of 86. the same punishing sturm and drang - good as it was [and it WAS good] this tape for me was the best i heard. i feel the same about SILA/BRAT MOJ 12".

no one else is like these folks. even if i do not buy new releases they ARE and will ALWAYS be outliers. so far ahead we do not even understand where they are - we gaze in wonder...

this was record when they toured Europe (including a number of Eastern European territories - such as Yugoslavia and East Germany] with Last Few Days in late 1983 [as you can see above]

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