Those Shocking, Shaking Days Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk 1970-1978

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  • 1. panbers – haai
  • 2. the brims – anti gandja
  • 3. rollies – bad news
  • 4. shark move – evil war
  • 5. golden wing – hear me
  • 6. aka – do what you like
  • 7. ivo's group – that shocking shaking day
  • 8. ariesta birawa group – didunia yang lain
  • 9. terenchem – jeritan cinta
  • 10. benny soebardia and lizard – candle light
  • 11. super kid – people
  • 12. koes plus – mobil tua
  • 13. the gang of harry roesli – don't talk about freedom
  • 14. black brothers – saman doye
  • 15. aka – shake me
  • 16. rasela – pemain bola
  • 17. freedom of rhapsodia – freedom
  • 18. rhythm kings – the promise
  • 19. duo kribo – uang
  • 20. murry – pantun lama

Relentless fuzz, over the top, politically charged lyrics, strong rhythms and truly rebellious music from seventies Indonesia!

The progressive music scenes in 1970s Indonesia were largely underground as a result of strict censorship imposed by the dictator Suharto.  Indonesia, based in large part on the restrictions imposed by Suharto, is better known for the coffee it exports than the music it creates. This situation hasn't been remedied by the rough-hewn Indonesian bootlegs that dotted the psychedelic landscape over the past five years.

Psychedelic and progressive rock and funk sounds during the early shocking, shaking days of Suharto's regime.