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The Débils from Berne were the only Swisspunk band (along with Spontan) from the second generation, that released an LP in the early 1980's. Moreover, it was a very limited private press that has long since been sough by collectors Their direction was resolute: autodidactic, nonconformist, and apolitical. This was contrary to the intellectual Punk from Geneva or the vain "real and hard" Züri Punx. And, more akin to the Bernese groove, with a touch of Francophone mixed within and all songs in French. It's a 100% Swisspunk record and every song on it is a banger! The original record from 1981 is almost impossible to find, so Static Age took all songs from the master tape.

Dual male/female vocals, great tunes and a sound that mixes punk, Oi!, Crisis, Kidnap, Camera Silens and their Swisspunk peers.

One-time press of 488 copies, sold out from the label already. Comes in a massively heavy tip-on gatefold sleeve with 4-panel insert full of flyers, photos and lyrics