Action Sédition / Spanner split 7"
"ACTION SEDITION up first with two tracks of heavy duty French Oi! Thick and heavy vocals that'd sit nicely halfway down side two of Chaos En France. Next is SPANNER from Bristol playing their crustie ska-punk with occasional CHUMBAWAMBA horns from a very anti-fascist perspective. You can just imagine undulating hordes of skank'n'stank 'punx' in boggy fields jigging to this in their ripped waffle jumpers with arms stretched to their knees, heads down, dreads-a-whippin'." Artcore Fanzine
"While the vinyl release is a two-song split EP, the enclosed download card gets you an additional track from each band. From Montreal, Quebec, ACTION SEDITION works a bouncy, mid-tempo street punk style, wit rough vocals, clean guitar leads and a sing-a-long chorus. This track is pretty average for the genre. Bristol, England's SPANNER provide a catchy, ska-influenced tune, with a lighter guitar tone and mellow horns laid over the breaks. I liked this side much beter (much of it is totally danceable (though the song is a little overlong.) Both bands have righteous lyrics, with translations into English or French as needed. ACTION SEDITION touches on the street action in response to Quebec's increase in university tuition, while SPANNER promotes radical measures in the name of antifascism. You'll know what you're getting into from the cover art contrasting voting and rioting (JM)" Maximum Rocknroll
|A1||Histoire D'Un Printemps|
|A2||Classe Contre Classe|