Bristles

Also known as Bristles D.C, Bristles, The, Bristless, The
Members of Bristles: Michael Svegbrandt, Ray Grönlund
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://thebristles.wordpress.com/, https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bristles-Sweden/86716651008

Discography of Bristles:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Boys Will Be Boys 4 Audio 1984 Rockin' Rebels Records
2 Free The Prisoners 3 Audio 1986 Rosa Honung Records
3 Don't Give Up 5 Audio 1983 Bristles Punk And Skin Records
4 No Future In The Past, Part 1 - The Best And The Rest 16 Audio 2008 Noise & Distortion
5 No Future In The Past 72 Audio 2008-08-15 MCR Company
6 Ban The Punkshops 15 Audio 1985 Jungle Hop International
7 Union Bashing State 4 Audio 2009-01-31 MCR Company
8 Bigger Than Punk 11 Audio 2012
9 Reflections Of The Bourgeois Society 11 Audio 2010
10 Ban The Punkshops 15 Audio 1983 Ägg Tapes & Records
11 Ban The Punkshops 15 Audio 1983 Ägg Tapes & Records
12 Spelar Ebba 2 Audio 2011 Hot Stuff
13 Boys Will Be Boys 4 Audio 1984 Rockin' Rebels Records
14 No Future In The Past, Part 1 - The Best And The Rest 16 Audio 2008 Noise & Distortion
15 Don't Give Up 5 Audio 1983 Bristles Punk And Skin Records
16 Young And Angry 23 Audio 2004 Attitude Records (11)
17 Never Give Up 1982-1986 34 Audio 2006 Bristles Fan Club Records
18 1984-1985 Hard Core Years 46 Audio 2006 Strong Records (2)


Landskrona, Sweden

“The Bristles” is a raw punk band formed in 1982 in Landskrona, Sweden. The name comes from GBH 12″ Leather, Bristles, Studs and Acne. The band formed in the beginning of the second wave of punk, influenced by bands like The Exploited and developed from punk with Oi!-influences to a raw punk band (in Swedish, råpunk). Together with Swedish bands like Asta Kask, Sötlimpa, Existenz, Moderat Likvidation, Noncens, EATER, Anti Cimex and many others the Bristles were the new breed of fast playing bands that released mostly singles, and did a lot of gigging. The band broke up in 1985. The band briefly reunited in 1996, and later in 2008. In 2012, the band’s second album, Bigger than Punk, was released.


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