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Razorcake Podcast #719 with Scandinavian Sundays

Welcome to Scandinavian Sundays 3

In this episode, Jennifer and Todd talk about Iceland’s ancient occult practice of necropants and the still-standing offer of a full coozie suit to anyone who donates a million dollars to Razorcake. We collected songs from the dawn of punk to a song by the Dahmers that was released in late December, 2020. Along the way, we play a Rattus song that sounds a hell of a lot like the Big Boys, give a shout out to librarians (Terveet Kädet’s singer), mull over the “Discharge”s of both Sweden (Anti-Cimex) and Finland (Rattus), revel in Rattus’s quick transformation from 1981 to 1982, and generally butcher Scandinavian pronunciation even after looking up how it’s supposed to sound. Tongue-tied and ears wide open, we present the third installment of Scandinavian Sundays (recorded on a Saturday, and released on a Friday).

Sokea Piste, “Kollektiivinen Paniikki,” Oire 7”(Peterwalkee) – Finland
Wolfbrigade, “Warsaw Speedwolf, Run with the Hunted LP (Southern Lord) – Sweden
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Purrkur Pillnikk, “Surprise,” No Time to Think EP (Gramm) – Iceland
Young Wasteners, “Who to Be,” Self-titled 7” (Hjernespind) – Denmark
So Much Hate, “The Enemy Within,” Lies LP (X-Mist) – Norway
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Electric Deads, “La La La,” Mind Bomb EP (Electro-Static) – Denmark
TV Eye, “A-B-B-A,” Nice People LP (Hoax) – Sweden
Rattus, “Fucking Disco,” Fucking Disco 7” (Hilipili) – Finland
Rattus, “Rajoitettu Ydinsota,” Rajoitettu Ydinsota EP (Poko) – Finland
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Appendix, “Ei Raha Oo Mun Valuuttaa,” Ei Raha Oo Mun Valuuttaa LP (Propaganda) – Finland
Anti-Cimex, “When the Innocent Die,” Made in Sweden LP (Distortion) – Sweden
Terveet Kädet, “Musta Jumala,” Ääretön Joulu 7” (Poko) – Finland
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Masshysteri, “Botten Är Nådd,” Self-titled LP (Ny Våg) – Sweden
Vonbrigði, “Ó Reykjavík” (Synthadelia) EP – Iceland
1981, “Silence” Split with Surrender 7” (Stonehenge) – Finland
Dahmers, “Quiet Squealer,” Witching Hour 7” (Ghost Highway) – Sweden
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Dauðyflin, “Skófla Skófla” Self-titled EP (Iron Lung) – Iceland