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Marching Orders - Days gone by
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Band: Marching Orders
Land: (AUS)
Titel: Days gone by
Cat.#: CR053
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Release: 2010-03
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/marchingorders
Beschreibung: Nach diversen EP"s & glaub ich 2 10"er Scheiben, nun das 1.Album der Australischen Skinheads in voller Länge.
Für mich gehört die Band momentan zu den besten Oi! Bands weltweit.
Die Scheibe strotzt vor Energie und geballtem Skinheadsound!
Dies kommt im schicken Klappcover mit beiligender CD-Version...
Wie immer in verschiedenen Vinyl Farben + als Co. Produktion mit Longshot Music.
Jeweils auf 150 Stk. weltweit limitiert ist die Blaue & Rote Version.
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Reviews
Pressure Magazin - http://www.pressuremagazine.de
Die Oi!-Punk Band Marching Orders aus Melbourne, Australien hat sich 2002 gegründet. Nachdem drei Songs aufgenommen wurden, hat sich das Line-Up das öfteren geändert. Während den Veränderungen in der Band sind weitere EPs erschienen und eine 7" Split mit Alternate Action. Im Jahr 2007 wurde dann das Album "Dead End Street", 2008 eine weitere 10" EP mit fünf neuen Titeln, 2009 eine Split mit Control und jetzt, im Jahr 2010, die brandneue Scheibe "Days Gone By", veröffentlicht.

Es werden dreizehn Rock´n`Oi Titel geboten, die teilweise Hymnenqualität aufweisen. So werden die Titel "Never Let You Down", "Everyday Life" oder auch "Moment of Clarity" zu einem Genuß für die Ohren. Die Texte handeln von der Gesellschaft, der Vergangenheit und der Workingclass, zu der sich natürlich auch die Musiker der Marching Orders zählen. Das ein oder andere Gitarrensolo runden Songs wie "Weight of the World" oder "Years Pass Me By" gekonnt ab. Eine Ode an Melbourne haben die fünf Männer auch auf dem Album verewigt, denn mit "Pride of Melbourne" besingen sie ihre Heimat, zu der sie mit Stolz und ohne Ausnahme stehen. Mit "Assault and Battery" covert die Band noch den bekannten Titel von Rose Tattoo, das Ganze im typischen Marching Orders Sound. Unterstützung gab es ausserdem noch von den UK-Bands The Business und Another Mans Poison.

Die Songs, die sich auf diesem Album befinden, sind wirklich gelungen. Kluge Texte kombiniert mit einprägigen Melodien bestimmen "Days Gone By". Das Cover ist hervorragend, ein Foto aus der Vergangenheit, was einen jungen Mann und ein kleines Mädchen im Auto darstellt. Im Booklett befinden sich alle Texte und nützliche Infos zum Album. Die LP, die auf 500 Stück limitiert ist, erscheint im schicken Klappcover mit dazugehöroger CD. Erhältlich ist sie in drei verschiedenen Farben.Diese Info ist zur Erstauflage.

 
http://leytonbuzzards.wordpress - http://leytonbuzzards.wordpress.com/2010
Australia’s Marching Orders return with their long awaited full length debut Days Gone By. On the heels of their acclaimed (at least by this blog) 10&#8243; Last Train Home, they deliever more of the same, that is to say, catchy, well-played oi! with that unmistakeble Aussie bent. Perhaps the band’s main strength is their ability to write a memorable melody that lingers in the head and remains with you long after playing. Their sound hasn’t changed; still highly charged Cock Sparrer meets Rose Tattoo (“Assault and Battery” cover included) and why change, when it works as well as it does? The lyrics, for the most part, avoid being overly cliched (though there are moments) but tunes like the title track (nice Jam-like opening bass riff) “Weight of the World” and “Years Pass Me By” work with the right combo of wistfullness, regret and realism. The last song mentioned is probably the best on the record, and impressed me as one of the better oi! tunes of the last several years. The heavy Melbourne accent puts a stamp on the tunes as well, gives them distinction which sets this apart from the glut of sound-alikes in the scene. A special mention must also be made of the packaging. Longshot has delieved on this record – a beautiful gatefold with a Sharpie theme, hat tipping Australia’s subculture past. Every piece of this release, from front to back, is top notch and gets our highest recommendation.
 
Bandworm Records - http://bandworm.de/shop/catalog/product_
(Kurz vor der demnächst erscheinenenden Diskographie CD bei Bords de Seine (enthält ihre bisherigen 10"s und 7" Veröffentlichungen), legen die Australia-Glatzen gleich noch ein neues Album nach! Dabei handelt es sich de facto um ihr erstes Komplett-Album mit exklusiven Material. Trinkfreudiger und rauflustiger "Down under"-Oi! mit schön breitem Akzent und ordentlichem Pub-Feeling. Von der farbigen Version gibt es weltweit nur 300 Exemplare, wir haben einige wenige direkt vom Label erhalten. Longshot/Contra 2010)

(First full length by the Melbourne Skins! Top notch Singalong Oi! stuff, rowdy & thirsty! Longshot/Contra 2010)
 
oiofamerica - oiofamerica.blogspot
2010
Longshot Music / Contra Records
12" LP
Oi! / Street Punk


Track Listing:

A1 Stranger To The New World

A2 Never Let You Down

A3 Everyday Life

A4 Walk Alone

A5 Criminal Class

A6 Days Gone By

A7 No Escape

B1 Mass Hysteria

B2 Weight Of The World

B3 Moment Of Clarity

B4 Something's Gotta Give

B5 Assault And Battery

B6 Years Pass Me By

B7 Pride Of Melbourne


I am really starting to like bands From Australia. Something must be in the water there. Their brash sound is really refreshing. Marching Orders has a nice mix of 80's English Oi!, Aussie Rock and Roll, and Hard Punk like One Way System or Oxymoron.

Their songs ring with an honest sound and delivery. These guys sound like guys I hang out with. Songs about what goes on in their world. Hard tough songs about hard tough lives.

Stranger To The New World starts off this record with a song about not fitting in and how the world has changed and the singer has not. Track has a nice intro followed up by tight tough playing and great use of chorus. Never Let You Down and Everyday Life are catchy songs with melody and big chorus. I really like the lyrics in Everyday Life. The phrasing is great also the use of imagery is really tight.

Walk Alone is a cry of individualism...a solid song if not the most memorable. Criminal Class on the other hand is fucking great with it's throwback sound to the 80's. This song is full of anger and hard shouts. The chorus and the track it self is unrelenting in speed and aggression.

Up next is the title track Days Gone By. This track has a great bass and drum intro that sets up the whole song I love how the singer sounds on this track. He delivers sad lyrics about a man left behind by society and he turns to booze and is homeless. This is a fucking great track.
They finish up the A side with a hard street rocker No Escape . The guitar sounds great and adds a lot of attitude to the track. This has that Aussie rock and roll feel to it.

Mass Hysteria starts off the B side of this record. This is another great track on this record. Lyrics about living in fear....a fear that is pushed upon us by the media. The song is a strong shot of adrenalin on a album with a lot of speed and aggression already. Weight Of The World is more melodic with sharp guitar sound that at times reminds me of Perkele and story telling about people living hard lives.

Moments Of Clarity is a solid song, it just lacks some of the power of other songs on this record. Great deep bass sound starts off the track Something's Gotta Give. This track is a drum and bass stomper with a near march sound to the track. I wish the chorus was bigger in the song. That could have taken this solid track over the top.

Who does not love Rose Tattoo? God knows I do and these guys show their love of their national treasure by doing the Rose Tattoo song Assault And Battery. Is it as good as the original? No. But then, band can play these songs like Rose Tattoo... but with that said it is a fucking good version and worth many listens. Years Pass Me By is a slower sing-a-long street rocker that will have us all sing-a-long at the bar with our friends. The lyrics are words we all can relate to.

To finish off this record is Pride Of Melbourne, the song starts off with a cadence drumming and kinda feels like a Pogues song. Not bad I just feel it lacks power and it is probably my least favorite track on this record.

Overall, really good record that you should check out.
4.5 out of 5 Oi!'s
For fans of The Corps, Rust, T.H.U.G., Rose Tattoo, AC/DC, The Strike, Combat 84, and The $ Skins
 
Backstreet Battalion Skinzine - www.backstreetbattalion.com
9 / 10 points

Marching Orders - Days Gone By

Contra Records/Longshot Music - LP -

And here it is...stuff which I promised week ago...the last thing which I look forward to from Marching Orders discography which I missed and which is their first full length album Days Gone By. This is the second pressed version because the first was really fast sold out. Vinyl is orange and transparent and together with other versions is limited to 500 pieces. On album you will find 14 songs including cover Assault and Battery (from Rose Tattoo as usual habit of Aussie´s bands). First song will show you the style of the band. I is called Stranger to New World and it is about the world and their fast changing. Next great song is third Everyday Life which is slower thing about people who are living usual lives and at the end their recognise that they waste it. Song has great refrain. In similar line are also songs Walk Alone, Days Gone By, The Weight of the World or The Years Pass Me. They are all about frustration, melancholy, loneliness, gloom and pressure on you from class above yours (like songs on Nation of Ghosts EP). And you can feel this from the music that it isn´t anything funny. You will simply feel it from their music....I have it also when I am listening to the music of Red London, Superyob or Dims Rebellion. You simply feel that band is living what they singing and vice versa. Other songs are with influence of Rose Tattoo like No Escape, Mass Hysteria (about media ant their lies), Moment of Clarity (how you get sober during Sunday morning after Saturday´s drinking) or last anthem called Pride of Melbourne (about the fact that the city where you come from can´t be replaced by anything else). To the LP is added paper with lyrics and portrait photos and also with brief history of Aussie´s subcultures Skins and Sharpies with some great photos from the early 70 ´s (like the cover one) which evoke you the spirit of that time. Great thing!!

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