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Down the Drain album for sale by Linkwork was released Oct 07, 2008 on the CD Baby (distributor) label. IT'S A LONG WAY TO THE TOP...
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For about 10 years now German band LINKWORK has been romping about the playground of loud rock music to meet their expectation of noisy-melodic-punk-pop. If you like, you can put them into the category of \"Emocore\", but these guys found their roots much earlier with bands like Dag Nasty, Jingo De Lunch and Bad Brains, than with Jimmy eat world and co. Down the Drain CD music contains a single disc.
After such long years of apprenticeship, the sympathetic four now present their first full album \"Down the Drain\" to show, that they have finally reached ther first step to masterhood.
Already when founded in 1995 there were first signs of upcoming storm Down the Drain songs. The first demo EP \"Linkwork\" was recorded in 1996, the band got attention of the \"Visions\"-Magazine and played as opener for e.g. SNFU, Chinadrum, Tilt, Good Riddance on the sessionstage at Bizarre Festival 1997 Down the Drain album for sale. But the last bit luck to gain the big breakthrough left out Down the Drain CD music. So in the time to come the guys played a number of gigs all over Germany, but this time it would be more the kind of
• home game• \"Free Abu Simbel!\" festivals• drive 249 kilometres and then play in front of 10 to 12 professional-, parttime- or hobby-alcoholics• sleep at the guy with the Che Guevera t-shirt or in your car!• money for the fuel, a six pack of beer, cheers & thank you!
Having released the second demo EP \"Behind the Back\" (2001), LINKWORK recorded the third demo EP \"Roots\" in 2003, coming much closer to the sound they had in mind. ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||7789188|
|Label||CD Baby (distributor)|
|Release Date||Oct 07, 2008|
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