Polkacide

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Polkacide - Polkacide Polkacide
Pop New - LP SUB 55 Subterranean
Sealed 1986 Original. Pristine Copy. “Well, Someone Had To Do It. Realizing That The Twin Strains Of Punk And Polka Had To Meet Eventually, Polkacide Was Born In San Francisco In The Mid-'80s. The Punk Aspects Are Actually More In The Band's General Spirit, Both In The Overall Tone Of Irreverence And In The Faster (Not To Say Manic) Pace Taken On Some Of The Pieces, Including Traditional Numbers. Accordions And Reeds Are Up Front In The Mix, The Ensemble Keeping The Arrangements Tight Enough To Pass A Polka Test But Loose Enough To Allow For Slurred Lines, Loony Shouts, And A General Sense Of Relaxed Fun Amidst The Chaos. One Of The Most Successful Conglomerations Of These Styles Is The Delirious "Who Stole The Keeshka?," With Its Degeneration Into Rhythmic Lunacy And Its Chorus Line, "Who Stole The Keeshka?/Let's Go Kick His Ass!" Then There's Polkacide's Take On "In Heaven There Is No Beer," Complete With An Introductory Oration On The History Of Polka And Beer From Rev. Lord Abronski And Vocal Antics From The Crew Indicating That There May Have Also Been No Beer Left Behind In The Studio. It's All Great Fun And An Album That No Self-Respecting Polka Fan, To The Extent That There Are Such Creatures, Can Afford To Be Without.” Brain Olewnick, AMG.... more details
 

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