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A brain fryer from the moment "Ring My Bell" pummels you with its assaultive chords and Ebbot Lundberg's Iggy rant. Riff-driven, yet unafraid to explore sonic textures not frequently part of the hard rock lexicon (i.e., the noisy fake jazz of "Pour un Flirt Avec Toi," the aural bombast and metallic skronk of "Down on the Beach"), Union Carbide Productions were on top of their game with their debut, a record that deserved more notice than it got. They would come close, but never climb these heights again, a fact that makes this, for Stooges/MC5 lovers, an essential purchase.


Formed: 1986

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

How about a bunch of thuggish-sounding, Stooges-inspired pounders from...Sweden? That's right, you American xenophobes, I said Sweden. In fact, I can think of few bands who employed the Stooges primal riff-thud'n'noise better than UCP. Fueled by the rampaging guitars of Patrick Caganis and Bjorn Olsson, and the half-octave, node-encrusted vocal growl (and did this son of a bitch growl!) of Ebbot Lundberg, UCP roared out of the blocks with an awesome debut record entitled In the Air Tonight which,...
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