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Tristan Tzara

Da Ne Zaboravis (Reissue)

Nuestra Lengua 4

Released on February 9, 2008


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The last recordings by this legendary band from Germany. Intensive and passionate Emo-Violence with fe/male trade off vocals. Splattered Red & Black vinyl and new color in the artwork. This is a repress of the 7" that came out a while ago, which is almost sold out.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Ah Feel Like Ah Said Voted #1  50%
2 Schizophrenia  0%
3 A Mad Gleam  0%
4 Song 4 Voted #3  17%
5 Untitled # 3  0%
6 Tarotplane Voted #2  33%
7 Come On Jane (7&8)  0%
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William from West Haven, CT 
Nov 19 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

German emoviolence at its finest. Kind of sounds like Orchid with the treble turned all the way up, male/female vocal trade-offs and an even more solidified loud-soft dynamic. Very raw and visceral. (As is usually the case in this genre) Tristan Tzara was a very shortlived band, ending their career with 2 incredible 7" releases. While Omorina Nad Evropom is much more accessible, Da Ne Zaboravis certainly joins the ranks of my favorite emo releases. This repress is very aesthetically pleasing with black/red splatter. FFO: Louise Cyphre, Orchid, Shikari, etc.

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