RUDIMENTARY PENI - "WILFRED OWEN" THE CHANCES 7"
A musical obituary. A final dirge. A single song. What is at it essence a posthumous release by a dead band who was rather obsessed with lands of deathliness, everything about this is appropriate. Taken alongside their legendary catalogue, this is a brilliant tombstone, but my ever active imagination whispers to me that if this were, instead, the first words uttered by a new soul we would all be swooning over the perfection of the craft, drooling over the prospect of more death to come. Totally killer.
La Vida Es Un Mus:
First time on vinyl and with new Nick Blinko artwork. This track was originally only available as a one track CD single with the purchase of The Haunted Head book by Nick Blinko which came out in November 2009.
The then newly-recorded and previously unreleased Rudimentary Peni song Wilfred Owen The Chances is a three and a half minute dark and disturbing dirge. The lyrics were originally written by Wilfred Edward Salter Owen (1893-1918) about the fortune of five British 'Tommies' during World War I.
Hopefully the start of making all Rudimentary Peni catalogue available again.
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