|1||–Room 101||Away And After|
|2||–Poliana Frank||Hanetzurim Vehazodkim|
|3||–Tzuzamen||The Beauty & The Rich|
|4||–Ma'atz||The Historical Watch|
|5||–Shultz & Gervai||You & Me|
|6||–Ehud Banai & The Refugees||Black Work|
|7||–שלוש חית||Swallow The Tracks|
|8||–Duralex Sedlex||Bring Me The Head Of The Commander|
- Compiled By – Red Axes
- Liner Notes – Amir Egozy
- Production Manager – Maor Anava
- Remastered By – Ariel Tagar
The political and economic stagnation which characterized Israel during the eighties was manifested in a series of tribulations: the Lebanon war which broke in 82' and extended years beyond the decade ended; the first Intifada which lit up in 87'; a rising inflation; and indecisive elections that led to a series of national unity governments, which were only an intermediate stage of the larger political shift, beginning with the turnover of 77'. This depressing climate turned Israel's youth into an adequate receptor for the anti-establishment punk culture which developed in the Anglo-Saxon world during the mid-seventies. They channeled its rebellious ethos and musical rawness into the genres of their time, which had already evolved from the basic forms of punk into post-punk, new wave and their variations.
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