THISCLOSE- The Price We Pay 7” ep (Noise Punk 009)
Hot on the heels of their debut full length album and recorded as part of the same session as “one foot in the grave” comes a new devastating 7” by the mighty Thisclose. On two of the songs the band take an “Ignorance/The More I See” approach to their songwriting whilst the final song sounds like it could have been on the b side of an early Discharge ep, all with an amazing powerful "Hear Nothing" like production courtesy of Tommy “Clay” Duffin. The icing on this punk rock platter is without question the unique vocal style of Rodney Shades, loved by many, loathed by even more, Thisclose is not a band people feel indifferent about. Whilst stylistically this is not really fitting with other Noise Punk releases, MrWanky could not miss an opportunity to release something by his favourite British band. 300 copies, white vinyl, stickers, heavy duty card cover and a free plastic bag.
Who Killed Spikey Jacket? and NYC's Sad Boys contribute one unreleased track each of beer-fueled Pogo Punk to this unique flexi release. Sad Boys bring you their trademarked Noise Pogo you know and love and WKSJ? bring you sing-a-long Pogo with a nod to the classics with "Beer Stormtrooper". The record itself is a 5x7, full-color mailable postcard with the grooves of the record actually cut into the laminate. The back side of the record is a blank cardstock postcard with a writable surface, handstamped by Noise Punk Records, who are exclusively distributing this release in the UK and Europe, please note we only have 50 copies.
Limited to: 500 Worldwide