PANIC 13 - 1978

One of our favorite labels, Sing Sing, just did a pretty sick reissue of Panic’s 1978 classic 13 LP. We’re pretty stoked on it because we’ve had a hard time wrangling a copy since most are a little out of our price range.Don’t worry, the price tag on the reissue is more than reasonable though. Panic, who derived from Big Peter and The Terrible Garage, were a punk band from Amsterdam who totally slayed in their day. The album was originally released on red vinyl by Universe and then again later by Ariola on classic black. The reissue also comes on black vinyl, but it comes in a gatefold with a Big Peter poster [the same one that’s on the cover up there] Really though, this record’s a gem and worth scooping. As vulgar as The Sex Pistols but more rock and roll and unique sounding than a lot of bands around that time. Check out a video below…

Panic – Requiem For Martin Heidegger [mp3]

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