BIRTH, ANTHEM, BANDS
Dear band, manager, Santa Claus,
if you`re sure you can offer us something you want others
to hear, let us know. If you want that, of course. We will
be very happy if we could acept your offer and arrange for
a concert between the Alps and the Mediteranean. Send us a
CD, a tape, LP - anything, to hear your recordings and a piece
of paper with the basic information about you. Anything.
The child came to this world at the end of the sixties. It
developed into a big, strong boy that`s being fed by a great
team of young boys and girls. They aspecially take care that
he`s not thirsty... The dream of every inhabitant of this
planet is to meet him. To get to know him. You shoul try too!
You won`t be sorry.
MKNZ is a club, similar to the centres for young on the east
and sqatts on the west. We don`t live for profit. We are very
happy when a good band comes, plays a great show, is pleased
with the food, drink, sleeping, the visitors have fun - in
a word, everybody is happy.
We also offer excellent conditions on stage. The amplifiers
are strong enough and good enough, you`ll be very pleased
with the monitors, you will be particularly pleased with the
mixman. And lots of drinks. The club can accept upto 200 visitors,
the maximum price of the ticket is 10 DEM (in tolars, liras,
DEM,...). We arrange everything with the band before the concert
date, so there wouldn`t be any misunderstanding. I`ll write
just a small list of bands that played in our club:
Alboth! (Swiss), Blood On The Saddle
(USA), Helios Creed (USA), Cows (USA), Pleasurefuckers (Spain),
Tromatism (France), Partibrejkers (Yugoslavia), Gas Huffer
(USA), Hellcrusher (GB), The New Bomb Turks (USA), Teengenerate
(Japan), Human Error (USA), Anarcrust (Nederland), Cement
(USA), Hammerhead (USA), Mule (USA), Today Is The Day (USA),
Jeff Dahl (USA), Dirt (GB), Nine Pound Hammer (USA), Gaunt
(USA), The Harries (Nederland), God Bullies (USA), Cop Shoot
Cop (USA), Bracket (USA), Distract Vibes (Nederland), Verbal
Assault (USA), D.I. (USA), Inferno (Germany), Oi polloi (Scotland),
almost all Slovenian and Yugoslavian bands,..............
Enough. If you don`t agree, let me know by mail.
All the bands were satisfied (ask them!). Everytime they travel
by, they stop and play a few songs.