Rema-Rema Vinyl, CD & tapes by Rema-Rema at Norman Records
This has got to be good news for a certain breed of early 4AD worshippers. Rema Rema made one EP back in 1980 before splitting up and ending up in such bands as Renegade Soundwave, The Wolfgang Press and Adam and the Ants. Fast forward to now and some pretty committed people have got together to try to stitch together what would have been their debut LP by way of live recordings, alternate takes and rehearsal recordings.
- Vinyl Double LP (4AD0069LP)
- In stock and ready to ship
Rema-Rema were a post-punk group making grindingly groovy tracks back in the early 80s, molding brutality to synth-wave tunes. Entry is a track initially recorded in 1979 but squeezed off that year’s album. We get to hear it now though, the whole thing washed in wonderful feedback guitar, backed with Exit. 12” on Inflammable Material.
Rema-Rema were a post-punk group making grindingly groovy tracks back in the early 80s, molding brutality to synth-wave tunes. This 12” of What You Could Not Realise features a re-worked version that the group’s Gary Asquith and collaborator Takatsuna Makai have had a go at, making it all the heavier. On Le Coq Musique.