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'''Nadsat Rebel''' was a Chicago punk band active from [[1983]] to [[1985]].  They first appear on the [[Code Blue]] Compiliation, according to its liner notes.  It was posted on a blog comment that one of the members went on to write for Rolling Stone Magazine.  The name "Nadsat" was taken from the self-created English/Russian hybrid language used by the four goons in Anthony Burgess' The Clockwork Orange.
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'''Nadsat Rebel''' was a Chicago punk band active from [[1983]] to [[1985]].  They first appear on the [[Code Blue]] Compiliation, according to its liner notes.  It was posted on a blog comment that one of the members went on to write for Rolling Stone Magazine.  The name "Nadsat" was taken from the self-created English/Russian hybrid language used by the four goons in Anthony Burgess' The Clockwork Orange.  They also appear on the [[Middle of America]] compilation in 1984.  The demo they recorded in late 1983 may have been the first record that [[Steve Albini]] engineered for a band that he wasn't a member of, though this is unconfirmed. Following the release of [[You Weren't There]], the Nadsat track ''Bounty'' appeared on the record soundtrack.  
  
 
== Members ==
 
== Members ==
  
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=== Original ===
 
* [[Matt Diehl]]
 
* [[Matt Diehl]]
 
* [[Ben Pierce]]
 
* [[Ben Pierce]]
 
* [[Matt Adell]]
 
* [[Matt Adell]]
 
* [[Dave Ladwig]]
 
* [[Dave Ladwig]]
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=== Later ===
 
* [[Chris Kean]]
 
* [[Chris Kean]]
 
* [[Sean O'Neill]]
 
* [[Sean O'Neill]]
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== Releases ==
 
== Releases ==
  
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG0yujrGvEg Demo Tape] - 1983, may have been the first record [[Steve Albini]] recorded.
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* '''''[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG0yujrGvEg Demo Tape]''''' - December 1983,  
* Two tracks on the [[Code Blue]] Compilation - April 1984
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** May have been the first record [[Steve Albini]] recorded for someone else.  
* Two tracks on [[The Middle of America Compilation]] - 1984
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#  Nosferatu
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#  Slipping Fast
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#  Getting Ready
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#  I am the Wall
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#  Bounty
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* '''''[[Code Blue]] Compilation''''' - ([[Last Rites]], April [[1984]])
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** Same tracks from the demo tape
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# Nosferatu
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# Bounty
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* '''''[[The Middle of America Compilation]]''''' - ([[H.I.D. Productions Ltd]], 1984)
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# I am the Wall
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# Getting Ready
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* '''''[[You Weren't There]]''''' - (Factory 25, [[2009]])
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# Bounty
  
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== External Links ==
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG0yujrGvEg Demo tape in its entirety on YouTube]
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* [https://www.facebook.com/Nadsat-Rebel-50377337459/?fref=ts Facebook page]
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* [https://www.discogs.com/artist/1304325-Nadsat-Rebel Discogs profile]
  
 
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[[Category:Bands]]
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[[Category:YouTube]]
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[[Category:1980s]]

Latest revision as of 21:49, 7 August 2016

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Nadsat Rebel was a Chicago punk band active from 1983 to 1985. They first appear on the Code Blue Compiliation, according to its liner notes. It was posted on a blog comment that one of the members went on to write for Rolling Stone Magazine. The name "Nadsat" was taken from the self-created English/Russian hybrid language used by the four goons in Anthony Burgess' The Clockwork Orange. They also appear on the Middle of America compilation in 1984. The demo they recorded in late 1983 may have been the first record that Steve Albini engineered for a band that he wasn't a member of, though this is unconfirmed. Following the release of You Weren't There, the Nadsat track Bounty appeared on the record soundtrack.

Members

Original

Later

Releases

  1. Nosferatu
  2. Slipping Fast
  3. Getting Ready
  4. I am the Wall
  5. Bounty
  1. Nosferatu
  2. Bounty
  1. I am the Wall
  2. Getting Ready
  1. Bounty

External Links