No Cause for Concern? Issue #9 | June 1984 | Page 21 | Zyklon B - record review

Zyklon B

- Independence and Anarchy

From Montreal comes this two-song single with the title track and "No Escape" on the flip side. "Independence" is a medium-paced punk song with limited chord changes and a repetitious melody but it's alright and from what I could catch of the lyrics, they're not bad. Political, of course, with a title like that. All that also goes for "No Escape", just different words and chord progressions. It's not a bad single, I just wish the band had included their lyrics. Musically, they're okay, lyrically, who knows. For info: XXXXX

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