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02/21/2017

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 18 sep ’87

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18 sep ’87 (‘Parochiezaal’): No Allegiance (Ger), Hate Crew (Bel), Death Angel (USA)

There’s some more info about this on the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

‘No Allegiance’ was the band of David Pollack (Destiny recs, Berlin). He was the singer; the others were Dietmar Jahr (guitra), Ilja Schellschmidt (bass; later ‘Combat Not Conform’) & Klaus Budach (drums). The day after this they played the DOL festival (@ ‘Gemeentezaal’, Overpelt), together with ‘Poison Girls’ (UK), ‘Raw Power’ (Ita), etc.

‘Death Angel’ was recorded from the audience here by Steve W.: “Not really super quality but it came out alright after some major EQ’ing & whatnot. The band is shit hot & super tight here & the crowd are loving it. The very last track seems to be an unreleased song that didn’t appear on their first 3 albums (it’s called Dehumanization). So here’s a nice, tight & blistering 70 minute set of Bay-Area thrash”.

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10/16/2016

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 6 jun ’86 (extra photos)

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6 jun ’86 (‘Parochiezaal’): Raw Power (Ita), Negazione (Ita), No Pigs (Nl), Cyclone (Bel) [flyer: Raw Power, B.G.K., Capital Scum, Cyclone]

Have a look at the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

Photos courtesy of Dirk Ceustermans:

86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c86-06-06-raw-power-by-dirk-c‘Raw Power’

86-06-06-negazione-by-dirk-c86-06-06-negazione-drum-by-dirk-c86-06-06-negazione-marco-by-dirk-c86-06-06-negazione-roberto-by-dirk-c‘Negazione’

86-06-06-no-pigs-by-dirk-c86-06-06-no-pigs-bass-by-dirk-c86-06-06-no-pigs-nils-by-dirk-c‘No Pigs’

86-06-06-raw-power-crowdcrowd-shot

86-06-06-raw-power-stagediverstagediving…

10/29/2015

86-04-18 (Q104) Disorder – Indirekt – Ear Damage – Pigs In Blue Glue

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86-04-18 Disorder - Indirekt - Ear Damage - PIBG (Q104) 286-04-18 Disorder - Indirekt - Ear Damage - PIBG (Q104) 3

18 apr ’86 (‘Q 104’): Disorder (UK), Indirekt (Nl), Ear Damage (Bel), Pigs In Blue Glue (Bel) [‘Ear Damage’s first gig]

There’s some more info on the introductionary page Q104 concerts Leuven

86-04-18 Disorder - Indirekt - Ear Damage - PIBG (Q104) 1

86-04-18 (DROL #10 gig-review)86-04-18 (DROL #10 gig-review)'gig- review in D.R.O.L. #10

A selection of photos from that evening:

86-04-18 Disorder (Q104) by Serge H86-04-18 Disorder (Q104) met Werner E‘Disorder’ (below ‘Bossche’ -L- & Werner E. -R- crowdsurfing) [1 by Serge Harvent, 2 courtesy of Dirk Ceustermans]

(August 1986 ‘Disorder’ recorded for the split-LP with ‘Kafka Prosess’: ‘Taf’ – bass, Steve Allen – guitar, Karl Day – drums)

86-04-18 Indirekt (Q104) by Gette86-04-18 Indirekt (Q104) by Dirk (-)‘Indirekt’ (singer Anneke Knip, guitarist Ruud Sweering, drummer Niels de Wit, bassist Rick Blom)  [1 by Serge Harvent, 2&3 courtesy of Dirk Ceustermans (taken by Fons Ceuppens)]

86-04-18 Ear Damage' (Q104) by Serge H86-04-18 Ear Damage - Dirk C' (Q104)86-04-18 Ear Damage Bie (-)86-04-18 Ear Damage Marc + Marcel Kok (Q104)‘Ear Damage’ (below Marcel Kok, ‘Indirekt’s sound-engineer -R-) [1 by Serge Harvent, 2 by Onno Hesselink, 3&4 courtesy of Dirk Ceustermans]

86-04-18 PIBG - Pigs In Blue Glue (Q104) by Dirk C (-)‘Pigs In Blue Glue’ [courtesy of Dirk Ceustermans]

86-04-18 PIBG live + friends (Q104) by Bart Schoofscrowd during ‘P.I.B.G.’ live (Marc ‘Damage’, Werner E., Kockie, Ruud ‘Indirekt’, etc.) [by Bart Schoofs]

10/15/2015

Finkel concerts, Jette (Bruxel)

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People keep asking about other fests from this era that were not organised by our Smurfpunx collective… So let’s try to incorporate some of them here then. Counting on anyone for help/contributions again!

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‘De Finkel’

85-02-02: Scoundrels (Nl), X-Creta (Bel) [flyer: Dirty Scums (Bel)], Wulpse Varkens (Bel), Zyklome-A (Bel)

86-05-17: M.O.G. (Nl), Ear Damage (Bel)

86-11-86: Kina (Ita), Hate Crew (Bel), Repulsives (Bel)

86-12-08: Senza Sterzo (Ita) – Manimal (Ita) – Deviant Gedrag (Bel) – Brain Disorder (Bel)

87-04-12: W.C.F. (Nl), Cry Of Terror (Nl), Hate Crew (Bel), Taartje Aardbei (Bel)

87-05-03: S.C.A. (Nl), Vortex (Bel), Deviant Gedrag (Bel), Indirekt (Nl), Vernon Walters (Nl) ???

88-07-31: 5Les (Bel), Deviated Instinct (UK), [split] => Mind Exit (Bel), Dawn Of Liberty (Bel)

88-04-09: Mental Disturbance (Bel), Violent Mosquitos (Bel), Disgorge (Bel)

88-08-28: Negazione (Ita), Political Asylum (UK), Lethal Gospel (USA), Cry Of Terror (Nl), Dirty Scums (Bel)

88-11-13: Bobwire (Nl), Mental Disturbance (Bel), …

88-12-18: S.N.F.U. (Can) – The Ewings (Ger) – Dr Rat (Ger) – Mental Disturbance (Bel) [organised by Smurfpunx]

89-01-27: Flitox (Fra), Bad Influence (Bel)

89-02-18: M.S.T. (Fra), Smegmatics (Fra)

89-03-29: Concrete Sox (UK), Doom (UK), Chronic Disease (Bel)

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De Finkel was the youthcentre for young people in Jette from the mid ’70s to the beginning of the ’90s.

As in other youthcentres in the Brussels area during that period, the initiative to start up a meetingplace for youngsters arose in a ‘bottom up’ manner. There was no low-treshold meetingspace for the baby-boomers – young people of 20 in the ’70s – in Jette during that period, except for the pubs or ‘taverns’ in the municipality (that were heavily frequented after school-time an/or on Sunday-afternoons after activities of the youth-movements). In the light of all this De Finkel was born.

By the end of its existence as youthecentre, the relation with the local administration would certainly become often ‘problematic’. Not in the least because De Finkel got associated with the Dutch-speaking, Flemish youth of Jette and the northeast of Brussels, while during the ’70s Jette was a municipality with a mainly French-speaking population, which was reflected in its  administration, and hence the youth-policy. The aim of the younthcentre’s  activists was nevertheless always opening up towards all languages and cultures. In the end De Finkel was a meetingplace for the metropolitan youth, with music being a binding factor. The location where the youthcentre was started, couldn’t have been a better one: an abandoned brewery: a big, industrial, concrete building adjacent of the Garcet park, near the Jette railway-station.

From the mid ’70s on many concerts, parties and a pub got organised. The youngsters of Jette and surroundings reacted very positively to this new offer, what translated into e.g. huge memberships – some 300 – of young people that wanted to make use of De Finkel. A yearly acme for the activists during that period was the ‘Finkel Festival’, taking place the last weekend of August augustus and where a lot of the established values and pioneers of the Belgian pop- and rock-scene played: Raymond van het Groenewoud, ‘TC Matic’, ‘The Employees’, ‘Red Zebra’, etc.

From the middle of the ’80s on De Finkel ended up in difficult existential waters. Not just because of its ever strained relations with the local administrations, but also because of the changing public. The pioneers of the ’70s declutched and their place was taken by the often alternative new-wave and punk youngsters of Brussels. Their pick of meetingplaces and alternative music-venues in Brussels had gotten quite more extensive (DNA, the university’s Kultuurkaffee, Ancienne Belgique, …) in the meantime, what meant that De Finkel was less and less able to attract collaborators and volunteers.

Filip ‘Boulle’ Burgelman

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We [‘Indecency’, ‘5Les’] rehearsed there. On Sunday-mornings, with free Kriek [cherry-beer]. Our first rehearsal was legendary. We’d never played together and Chris had never held a microphone before. I was thinking: we’ll invite an audience. One of the first concerts I went to was at De Finkel (‘Zyklome-A’, ‘Wulpse Varkens’ & ‘Scoundrels’.

Onno Hesselink

11/09/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 13 sep ’87

87-09-13 Social Unrest - Upset Noise - GOD

13 sep ’87 (‘Parochiezaal’): Upset Noise (Ita), Social Unrest (USA), Swampsurfers (Nl), GOD (Nl), Heibel (Bel) ?

There’s some more info about this on the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

Here are some pics of ‘Social Unrest’ taken by Hugo Van Speybroeck (‘C.P.D.’ bassist/vocalist):

87-09-13 Social Unrest bass+vox (Sharphill) Hugo CPD87-09-13 Social Unrest git-b+bass+vox (Sharphill) Hugo CPD87-09-13 Social Unrest git-a+drums (Sharphill) Hugo CPD87-09-13 Social Unrest git-b (Sharphill) Hugo CPD87-09-13 Social Unrest bass (Sharphill) Hugo CPD87-09-13 Social Unrest vox (Sharphill) Hugo CPD

Very few people showed up for this one, though it was some of the best I ever saw in Scherpenheuvel. ‘Social Unrest’ was top!

Paul ‘Larrie’ Laeremans, ‘Capital Scum’ guitarist

I remember that show! I was very sick that night, I had 38° fever and had to sleep in Werner’s kitchen (’cause I did’nt want to infect the others…) in the company of Werner’s granny’s dog… Great memories!!!

Lucio Drusian; vocalist of ‘Upset Noise’

photos of ‘Upset Noise’ taken by Mark Vael:

87-09-13 Upset Noise bass Stefano Bonanni (Sharphill) by Mark Vael87-09-13 Upset Noise git Fausto Franza (Sharphill) by Mark Vael

87-09-13 Upset Noise Lucio Drusian - Scherpenheuvel (Foto Mark Vael)87-09-13 Upset Noise Stefano Bonanni - Scherpenheuvel (Foto Mark Vael)Paolo ‘Boffo’ Cattaruzza (bass), Fausto Franza (guitar), Lucio Drusian (vocals) & Stefano Bonanni (drums)

2 photos of ‘GOD’ [Tos Nieuwenhuizen (guitar), Michael Cavanagh (bass) & Daan van der Elsken (drums/vocals)] from Onno Hesselink’s zine Peace Or Annihilation (#11):

87-09-13 GOD - Tos (Sharphill) P or A #1187-09-13 GOD - Michael (Sharphill) P or A #11

10/20/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 1 nov ’87 (extra pics)

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Here’s a bunch of pictures from a ‘photo-shoot’ by Dirk Verbeeck (‘Taartje Aardbei’, ‘ Mind Exit’; brother of Mark, bassist of ‘Zyklome-A’ & ‘Ear Damage’…

Muchos gracias to him!

More on this gig: Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 1 nov ’87

87-11-01 Ear Damage'' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage Bie'' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage Bie''' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage Dirk (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage Dirk' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ear Damage Mark (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)‘Ear Damage’: Dirk Ceustermans (guitar & vocals), Mark Verbeeck (bass & vocals) & Robin ‘Bie’ Puttemans (drums)

87-11-01 Ignition''' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ignition'' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ignition' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Ignition (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)‘Ignition’: Alec MacKaye (vocals), Chris Bald (guitar), Dante Ferrando (drums) & Chris Thomson (bass)

87-11-01 Spermbirds Lee (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Spermbirds Beppo (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Spermbirds Beppo' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)87-11-01 Spermbirds Frank'' (Sharphill) by Dirk Verbeeck (-)‘Spermbirds’: Lee Hollis (vocals), ‘Beppo’ Matthias Götte (drums), Frank Rahm (guitar) & ? (bass)

08/09/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 30 aug ’87

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87-08-30 Rhythm Pigs - Indigesti - Heresy

30 aug ’87 (‘Parochiezaal’): Indigesti (Ita), Rhythm Pigs (USA), Heresy (UK), Anti-Toxin (Ger)

There’s some more info about this on the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

87-08-30-anti-toxin-by-mark-vaelmin87-08-30-anti-toxin-by-mark-vael87-08-30-anti-toxin-by-mark-vaelmin87-08-30-anti-toxin-by-mark-vael‘Antitoxin’ (Bielefeld/Versmold): Christoph Ulbich (vocals), Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek (drums), Gerald Kirsch (bass) & Bert Hobein (guitar); photos by Mark Vael

There are some great pics of ‘Heresy’ & ‘Rhythm Pigs’ in Onno’s zine Peace Or Annihilation # 10 & 11 but apparently the originals got lost…

87-08-30 Rhythm Pigs - git+bass87-08-30 Rhythm Pigs - drums87-08-30 Rhythm Pigs - git‘Rhythm Pigs’:  Greg Adams (guitar) – Ed Ivey (bass/vocals) – Kenny Craun (drums)

87-08-30 Heresy (P or A #10 cover) (-)Mitch Dickinson & John March (on the cover of Peace Or Annihilation #10) * with Sproet & Erwin ‘Heibel’ on and front stage

87-08-30 Heresy (by Mark Vael)‘Heresy’: bassist Kalv, vocalist John, guitarist Mitch & drummer Steve (photo by Mark Vael)

I remember we did a great concert on August 30 1987 [Brob: a hot, sweaty sunday afternoon] in some kind of theatre [Brob: actually a parish-hall] there but we had start with a big delay beacuse the PA didn’t show up, so people had to find a equipment in a hurry. Maybe the show was supposed to be in open air [Brob: the crowd was desperate to go outside in between bands; Stinky (vocals and guitar in my band ‘Repulsives’) had so much to drink we had to carry him…] but I’m not sure. It was a big show with ‘Rhythm Pigs’, ‘Heresy’ and some other bands. [Brob: The day before ‘Repulsives’ was supposed to play with them in Winterswijk (Nl) but we couldn’t make it ’cause we were about to split…]

Silvio Bernelli, bassplayer for ‘Indigesti’

87-08-30 Indigesti

‘Indigesti’: Silvio Bernelli (bass), Rudy Medea (vocals), Enrico Giordano (guitar), Massimo Ferrusi (drums; replaced first drummer Massimo Corradino)

colour photos by Kockie, B/W by Onno Hesselink

87-08-30 Indigesti Rudy jump (Sharphill) by Onno

87-08-30 Indigesti (Sharphill) band-action (by Kockie)

87-08-30 Indigesti (Sharphill) git (by Kockie)87-08-30 Indigesti (Sharphill) bass (by Kockie)

Indigesti (Scherpenheuvel) Silvio+EnricoIndigesti (Scherpenheuvel) Silvio+Rudy

07/04/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 6 jul ’87

87-07-06 Scherpenheuvel - Suicidal T, Capital S bisbiscut

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6 jul ’87 (‘Parochiezaal’): Suicidal Tendencies (USA), Unwanted Youth (Ger), Capital Scum (Bel), [Upset Noise (Ita) =>] L.W.S. (Ger)

There’s some more info about this on the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

From a local newspaper (summer ’87)…

>>American ‘Suicidal Tendencies’ demonstrate in Scherpenheuvel’s parish-hall *** Fun: music at the speed of an express-train and than jump of stage in the crowd<<

Five years ago a few teenagers from Venice, Los Angeles formed a band and called themselves ‘Suicidal Tendencies’. Their music, a combination of hardcore and heavy metal left people indifferent at first: too punk for the metal-fans, too heavy for the punks; but their debut-album, released in ’83, sold 150.000 and the single ‘Institutionalized’ (heavy metal rap avant-la-lettre) was even picked up by commercial radio-stations and MTV. The quartet signed a deal with Virgin, draws audiences of 4000 in the US and were even hosted in ‘Miami Vice’

Their 1st European tour (they’re playing in Japan and Australia soon) guided them to Scherpenheuvel’s parish-hall (!), where 600 fans – recognisable by their baseball-caps, bandanas, checkered shirts and shorts – showed hardly any interest for the double support – the Belgian ‘Capital Scum’ and the German ‘Unwanted Youth – but went crazy for about an hour on the ultra-energetic speedcore; still the new music for today. For the outsider, the sight of the -diving and ‘slamming’ crowd is at least astonishing.

“Stage-diving started around ’79-’80.”, singer Mike Muir told us before the show. “It begun with enthusiastic fans climbing on stage and were pushed off by the roadies. Slam-dancing evolved from the pogo, the music was even faster so there was more pushing and shoving. It looks like a frenzied affair but the kids know what they’re doing. After a concert they all go home with a smile on their faces.”

The amount of victims from the daring dives in Scherpenheuvel remained indeed zero but in amidst the bustle a girl lost her balance and had to be taken to hospital for a few stitches. For the rest there was a touching atmosphere of fun and excitement because the chubby ‘Suicidal Tendencies’ guys (they look much older than their average age of 22) rammed the new songs of the 2nd album ‘Join the Army’ plus some of the older songs at the speed of an express-train through the speakers. Only a single sorehead was disturbed by the poor vocal abilities of Mike Muir.

“In the beginning we had to hear several times we wouldn’t get anywhere with our music.”, the man tells us. “But the term ‘suicidal’ for us means exactly that we force ourselves to do things, that we don’t allow ourselves to be foiled by what others say and don’t take ‘no’ for an answer. A lot of people don’t achieve anything in life because they don’t even take the trouble to try. But if you believe in yourself, you can determine your own fate. We did prove that, I think.”

Suicidal Tendencies crowd shot>>Stage-diving in Scherpenheuvel’s parish-hall: ‘dancing’ to ‘Suicidal Tendencies’ speedcore<<

87-07-06 Suicidal stagedive (Sharphill ) by KassieSuicidal stagedive (pic courtesy of Kassie)

Upset Noise à HH - Lucio-Werner-Paolo-Kockie'Lucio – Werner – Paolo – Kockie (‘Upset Noise’ LP release; the band didn’t play here because…?)

Can’t find any pictures of the bands playing at this concert… Was everybody too impressed or did the ‘Suicidal Tendencies’ management prohibit taking photos…? Fact is this wasn’t ‘as usual’… Read the interview I did with them that day: Suicidal Tendencies (interview Tilt! #3)

The band here was: Mike Muir (vocals), Rocky George (guitar), Louiche Mayorga (bass) & Ralph Herrera (drums)

Here’s some pics taken from the Belgian fanzine Deadline (#2):

87-07-06 Suicidal Tendencies Mike & Rocky (Deadline #2)87-07-06 Suicidal Tendencies Rocky (Deadline #2)

‘Suicidal Tendencies’, photo courtesy of Stephane Bruyaux

03/01/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 6 jun ’86

86-06-06 Scherpenheuvel - BGK & Raw Power

6 jun ’86 (‘Parochiezaal’): Raw Power (Ita), Negazione (Ita), No Pigs (Nl), Cyclone (Bel) [flyer: Raw Power, B.G.K., Capital Scum, Cyclone]

+ extras

Have a look at the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

Photos (sources unknown -Kockie?- unless stated otherwise):

86-06-06 Raw Power (Sharphill)86-06-06 Raw Power' (Sharphill)86-06-06 Raw Power'' (Sharphill)86-06-06 Raw Power''' (Sharphill) by Skina‘Raw Power’ (bottom pic by Annick Clerick)

86-06-06 Negazione (Sharphill) band86-06-06 Negazione (Sharphill) band'86-06-06 Negazione (Sharphill) band-action86-06-06 Negazione (Sharphill) by Serge H86-06-06 Negazione (By K Horemans)‘Negazione’ (b/w pic by Serge Harvent, bottom pic by Kurt Horemans)

86-06-06 No Pigs (Sharphill)‘No Pigs’ (Maarten & Guy)

86-06-06 Scherpenheuvel crowd86-06-06 Scherpenheuvel crowd'The crowd… Recognize anyone?

86-06-06 Kockie & Youth Crew Kassie (H Schreiber)86-06-06 Kockie & Q (Cyclone @ Hageland) (H Schreiber)Kockie & friends (Kurt ‘Kassie ‘Rampelbergh & ? ) during the ‘Cyclone’ show (pics by Helge Schreiber)

86-06-06 Cyclone (Sharphill)86-06-06 Cyclone' (Sharphill)‘Cyclone’ (source ?)

01/04/2013

Hageland Hardcore, Sharphill, 5 oct ’86

86-10-05 Scherpenheuvel - Government Issue

86-10-05 Scherpenheuvel - Government Issue (bis)

5 oct ’86 (‘Parochiezaal’): Government Issue (USA), S.C.A. (Nl), Heresy (UK) [not on the flyer], Concrete Sox (UK), Capital Scum (Bel)

There’s some more info about this on the introductionary page Hageland Hardcore concerts Scherpenheuvel

Photos by Onno Hesselink * ‘Government Issue’:

86-10-05 Government Issue' (Sharphill) by OnnoJohn ‘Stabb’ Schroeder (L corner: Ludo Van Noppen, photographing: Veerle Brion)

86-10-05 Government Issue (Sharphill) by OnnoJ. Robbins

Photos courtesy of Kurt ‘Kassie’ Rampelbergh * ‘Government Issue’:

86-10-05 Government Issue (Sharphil) by Kassie(L) ‘Witte’ Werner E., ‘Sox’ of ‘Capital Scum’, Pascal Mariën (Resist ‘zine) – Brob (?) central – Onno H. & Ludo VN (R)

86-10-05 Government Issue' (Sharphil) by KassiePeter Moffett

Photos by Helge Schreiber * ‘Government Issue’

86-10-05 Government Issue (Hageland HC) by Helge S J. Robbins – John ‘Stabb’ Schroeder – Tom Lyle

Photos by Kockie * ‘Strong Concetration Of Anger’:

86-10-05 S.C.A. (Sharphill) bandMarcel (bass), Folkert ‘Fokkie’ Walraven (vocals), Rob van der Pol (guitar) & Gerry Berthauer (drums)

86-10-05 S.C.A. (Sharphill) vox86-10-05 S.C.A. (Sharphill) git86-10-05 S.C.A. (Sharphill) drum86-10-05 S.C.A. (Sharphill) bass

86-10-05 SCA (Sharphill) by Helge SFolkert ‘Fokkie Outlawz’ Walraven – Rob van der Pol (Sproet in the background; Anne Ulrich from Trust taking pics) * Photo by Helge Schreiber

Vic ‘Concrete Sox’ (pics by John Van Den Broek & Stan ‘Zap’ B.):

86-10-05 Concrete Sox (Sharphill) by J vdBroek86-10-05 Concrete Sox - Vic

86-10-05 Concrete Sox'''‘Concrete Sox’ (photo by Stan ‘Zap’ B.)

Kalv ‘Heresy’ (pic by Jenny Plaits):

86-10-05 Heresy - Kalv (by Jenny Plaits)86-10-05 Heresy Kalv @ Sharphill (Jenny Plaits)

86-10-05 Heresy - Sharphill crowd (Jenny Plaits)‘Heresy’ & audience  (Jenny Plaits)

86-10-05 Heresy @ Hageland (Face Up To It)John March (‘Heresy’); photo by Veerle Brion (on the back of Face Up To It LP)

86-10-05- Capital Scum (by Stan 'Zap' B)Larry & Pies ‘Capital Scum’ (photo by Stan ‘Zap’ B.)

86-10-05 Capital Scum

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