Pokkeherrie

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Pokkeherrie
Pokkeherrie.jpg
Studio album by The Ex
Released September 1985
Recorded Emma's Koeienverhuurbedrijf, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genre Anarcho-punk
Label Pokabilly
Producer Dolf Planteydt
The Ex chronology
Blueprints for a Blackout
(1984)Blueprints for a Blackout1984
Pokkeherrie
(1984)
1936, The Spanish Revolution
(1985)1936, The Spanish Revolution1985
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars[1]

Pokkeherrie is a 1985 album by The Ex, originally released on vinyl only on the Pokabilly label. The original release included an eleven-page booklet containing lyrics & artwork and a double sided poster. It was reissued on compact disc in 1995 on Ex Records. The album comprises a collection of songs the group had performed on an anti-military tour.[2] The title of the album is a Dutch word that means something like "so much noise" or "awful noise". It is the first of the Ex's albums to feature Katrin on drums, cementing the band's core lineup that would last for nearly two decades.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nurse!"
  2. "Soviet Threat"
  3. "Mmm Crisis"
  4. "1,000,000 Ashtrays"
  5. "Pokk"
  6. "White Liberals"
  7. "Everything We Never Wanted"
  8. "Friendly Neighbours"
  9. "Hit the Headlines"
  10. "Rumours of Music (The Original Soundcrack)"

Credits[edit]

  • Terrie - guitar
  • G.W. Sok - voice
  • Luc - bass
  • Katrin - drums

Notes[edit]

  • Cogan, Brian. Encyclopedia of Punk Music and Culture. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2006. p. 70. ISBN 978-0-313-33340-8.
  • Mount, Heather. "Three Looks into The Ex". In Crane, Larry. Tape Op: The Book about Creative Music Recording, Volume 2. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Corporation, 2010. pp. 230–233.
  • Robbins, Ira A., ed. The Trouser Press Guide to '90s Rock: The all-new 5th edition of The Trouser Press Record Guide. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. ISBN 0684814374.
  • Sok, G.W. A Mix of Bricks & Valentines: Lyrics 1979–2009. New York: PM Press, 2011.
  • Temporary Services. Group Work. New York: Printed Matter, March 2007.

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