LP I DON'T CARE: The No Fun and Plurex singles




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Published on Nov 1, 2015

PSEUDONYM RECORDS proudly presents...
LP I DON'T CARE: The No Fun and Plurex singles
Chapter NO FUN
1. GOD’S HEART ATTACK - Treat Me Like A Doll
2. GOD’S HEART ATTACK - Ain't No Hooker
3. HELMETTES - I Don't Care What The People Say
5. MECANO Ltd. - Face Cover Face
6. MECANO Ltd. - Fools
7. SUBWAY - Jesus Loves Me (But I Don't Care)
8. SUBWAY - You Gotta Support

Chapter PLUREX
1. TITS - Daddy Is My Pusher
2. TITS - We're So Glad Elvis Is Dead
3. MOLLESTERS - Plastic
5. FILTH - Don't Hide Your Hate
6. FILTH - Sex
7. FILTH - Nothing For Me
8. TON VAN DER MEER - Niets Aan Me Leven
9. TON VAN DER MEER - Ik Zie ‘t Niet Meer Zitten

Artist: Various Artist
Album: I DON'T CARE: The No Fun and Plurex singles
Format: LP high quality 180 gram audiophile pressing
Label: Pseudonym Records
Cat. No.: VP99.056

- Music Style: Punk (period 1978)
- Exclusively restored dynamic 24 bit remastering from the original master tapes
- LP high quality 180 gram audiophile pressing
- Deluxe 320 gram carton gatefold sleeve
- Rare memorabilia & photo’s included
- Liner notes Jan Vollaard (music journalist NRC Handelsblad)
- Cover design drawing Joost Swarte
- Presentation + signing session 21 November 2015 at the Mega Platen & CD Beurs, Jaarbeurs, Utrecht
- Exhibition NoFun/Plurex/Torso – TenToonGesteld, February 18 – 28, 2016
at the Melkweg Gallery, Amsterdam
- No Fun/Plurex/Torso evening, February 25, 2016 in Paradiso, Amsterdam

LP I DON'T CARE: The No Fun and Plurex singles
Dutch punk: Two words with a magical sound for music lovers and record collectors all over the world. In 1978 No Fun and Plurex, independent record labels from Amsterdam, released seven singles that broke the ice for the DIY punk and new wave era in Holland. The vinyl album I Don’t Care: The No Fun and Plurex Singles documents the brief and powerful explosion of punk activity that centered around the RAF record shop in Amsterdam.

Record store manager Hansje Joustra started the No Fun label and released singles by God’s Heart Attack, Mecano Ltd, Helmettes and Subway; the latter not from Amsterdam but Groningen. All four records became Nederpunk classics. Helmettes’ I Don’t Care What The People Say / Half Twee is the most sought after. A mint copy of the 7” single will not change hands for less than 200 euros.

Wally van Middendorp and Sam Tjioe started Plurex to release their first 7” Daddy Is My Pusher / We’re So Glad Elvius is Dead by ad hoc band Tits. Other singles followed by Mollesters (The Hague) and Filth (Amsterdam-North). A scheduled and already recorded single by singer Ton van der Meer from The Hague was never released. These recordings appear on this album for the first time. The tracks collected on I Don’t Care: The No Fun and Plurex Singles include Tits, Mollesters, Filth, Mecano Ltd, Helmettes, Subway and God’s Heart Attack. These 7” singles were the beginning of a healthy Dutch independent scene. They’re legendary records: try to play them and not dance the pogo.


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