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APPENDIX- s/t 7″EP (Propaganda Records, Finland, 1983)

appendix_front.jpgappendix_back.jpgAPPENDIX were one of the first popular european HC bands that were adored by young Metalheads like myself. Playing this 7″ (which is often going by the name of “Huora”, the title of the first track, actually), it’s no wonder: A no holds barred powerhouse, thick production and relentless power in your fucking face piece of plastic! All four songs shred equally here! The band’s ability of “sounding fast” reminds me of GAUZE’s “Fuckheads” 12″.
The bands first LP, recorded in the same session as this EP, came in two different version. After the original finish release, the cover and title was altered and it was rereleased as under the english title of “Money is not my Currency” on the notorious german Rock-o-Rama label. Although this LP still blasts, it’s kind of a drag. APPENDIX to me were a typical 7″-band!
This slab too came in two versions – 2 covers, actually. This is the rare first press cover with the “Berlin Squat” picture on front. Enjoy!

You can buy official APPENDIX reissues at

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  1. Ha ha I had this ripped too and ready to post. The first LP was an all time classic of mine but I think this EP is even better.


    Posted on 02-Feb-08 at 14:45 | Permalink
  2. Admin

    Oh shit, Peter – sorry about that! Do you have the other sleeve? If so, can you send scans?


    Posted on 02-Feb-08 at 15:08 | Permalink
  3. Sorry? No come on honey ha ha. Why? No this is the sleeve version I have too.


    Posted on 03-Feb-08 at 02:39 | Permalink
  4. Never been a big fan of anything musical from Finland, exept all their great Eurovision songs but I think I giove this one a try.


    Posted on 03-Feb-08 at 12:28 | Permalink
  5. good stuff from Finland. 1966 is killer.


    Posted on 03-Feb-08 at 12:46 | Permalink
  6. Scott

    Nice post! I have a copy of this with the other sleeve I can take a picture of it (I don’t have a scanner) and send it to you. Do you happen to have a copy of the first Riisteyty 7″? I have a second pressing and I have been looking for a good quality image to print out of the original cover. That record is also post-worthy 🙂


    Posted on 06-Feb-08 at 14:27 | Permalink
  7. Admin

    Hi Scott – a fine cover shot would be nice for documentation here. I don’t have the first Riistetyt 7″; I sold all my R. records a while ago on ebay, couldn’t stand them anymore.


    Posted on 09-Feb-08 at 02:01 | Permalink
  8. jamie

    This is a good record, but their LP came out on Rock-A-Rama label, which among other things put out the racist Skrewdriver stuff in Deutschland.


    Posted on 20-Feb-08 at 08:06 | Permalink
  9. jamie

    Thier LP did come out on Rock-o-rama, but was licensed from their Finnish label, so I don’t know if the band had any involvement.


    Posted on 20-Feb-08 at 08:13 | Permalink
  10. Admin

    Yeah Jamie – but what do APPENDIX have to do with racist SKREWDRIVER records? Nothing.


    Posted on 20-Feb-08 at 09:29 | Permalink
  11. All Finnish record cover can be found on
    Scott, Riistetyt 1st 7″ was my first post and the record covers are there.
    Appendix’s 2nd “Top of The Pop” is also good specially the 1st song, which could easily be compared with the 1st releases. They have a new album out, not bad but never will be close to this gem.


    Posted on 22-Feb-08 at 05:17 | Permalink
  12. Appendix was and sometimes still is on heavy rotation!!!



    Posted on 06-Mar-08 at 15:49 | Permalink
  13. fred


    I loved their LP in the 80’s.
    lost it long ago.


    Posted on 05-Jul-08 at 22:53 | Permalink
  14. anarkistattak

    i have this with red labels and small hole, but have seen copies with large hole white lables, same as the reish
    anyone have any info??


    Posted on 14-Mar-12 at 09:20 | Permalink
  15. Mike

    That is the 1st pressing.
    Does anyone have pressing numbers on each pressing of this 7″?


    Posted on 14-Mar-12 at 19:28 | Permalink

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