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Kronstadt Uprising - The First Recording Tape flac album Performer: Kronstadt Uprising
Title: The First Recording Tape
Style: Punk
Released: 1981
MP3 album: 1963 mb
FLAC album: 1707 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Rock

Get the Tempo of the tracks from The First Recording Tape (1981) by Kronstadt Uprising. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The First Recording Tape.

This article is about the band Kronstadt Uprising. For information about the historical event see Kronstadt Uprising. Kronstadt Uprising were an anarcho-punk band from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK during the 1980s. Named in tribute to the events of the Kronstadt rebellion the band were formed in 1981 by Steve Pegrum joined by Spencer Blake, Paul Lawson and Andy Fisher (although in 1982 the band were to become a three-piece with Paul Lawson taking on both guitar and vocal duties)

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The First Recording Tape 4. Insurrection 2. Live at the Grand 1. Others 1. 1982 stats. Complete Album stats. Last updated: 23 Oct 2018, 04:28 Etc/UTC. Kronstadt Uprising Basement Youth Club, London - Aug 21, 1982 Aug 21 1982. Kronstadt Uprising Zero 6, Southend-on-Sea - Sep 20, 1982 Sep 20 1982. Kronstadt Uprising Croc's, Rayleigh - Feb 2, 1983 Feb 02 1983.

Texts Images Video Other Resources. Subject essay: James von Geldern. The naval base of Kronstadt lies on Kotlin Island near the head of the Gulf of Finland. The concentration of heavy armory and sailors on the small island made it a bulwark against foreign invasion, but also a tinderbox in times of internal unrest. During the stormy years 1905-1906 several mutinies broke out on Kronstadt

Kronstadt Uprising, pictured performing at 'Sids' nightclub, Southend on Sea, 1983. Nick 'Filf' Robinson of the Sinyx was also briefly in the band, providing additional guitar. They recorded their first demo late in 1981, a track of which was picked up by Crass and brought the band wider attention on volume two of the Bullshit Detector series of compilation albums released by Crass Records. During the mid-1980s the band moved away from their original anarcho-punk roots, and began to incorporate influences from glam rock as well as acts such as Johnny Thunders.

Be the first to ask a question about The Kronstadt Uprising. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Ida Mett's "The Kronstadt Uprising" is a useful look at a piece of history from the Russian Revolution and beginning of the Soviet Union that speaks eloquently about the state that Lenin and the Bolsheviks were putting together-and not necessarily to the good. It is an incident that probably deserves greater attention than it has received.

Lenin denounced the Kronstadt Uprising as a plot instigated by the White Army and their European supporters. However, in private he realised that he was under attack from the left. He was particularly concerned by the "scene of the rising was Kronstadt, the Bolshevik stronghold of 1917". They were not downtrodden village poor whom the October Revolution first awakened, but the strong and well-fed peasants who were afraid of losing what they had.


A1 Receiver Deceiver
A2 Blind People
A3 Dealer Of Death
A4 Necrology
A5 Nihilistic Vices
A6 Invasion
A7 Dreamers Of Peace
A8 Anthem For Doomed Youth


  • Bass, Backing Vocals – Andy Fisher
  • Drums – Steve Pegrum
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Paul Lawson
  • Vocals – Spencer Blake