Last few days - Too much is not enough

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To many the band Last Few Days is just a complete mystery or simply some group who toured with Laibach then promptly disappeared soon afterwards. This is not particularly surprising for a band that consciously left little mark during their existence. They were a band that deliberately avoided releasing their material and kept a limit on their live performances, they also had a very low profile though it was increased briefly after the Laibach collaborations.

Too much is not enough

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Group / Artist Last few days
Band country No
Format 12Single
Label Touch
Reference T9:45
Edition country No
Edition year 1986
Cover condition (EX) excellent
Record condition (EX) excellent
comments_condition N/A
Musical style description No
Musical style Industrial
Cover condition description No
Record condition description No
To many the band Last Few Days is just a complete mystery or simply some group who toured with Laibach then promptly disappeared soon afterwards. This is not particularly surprising for a band that consciously left little mark during their existence. They were a band that deliberately avoided releasing their material and kept a limit on their live performances, they also had a very low profile though it was increased briefly after the Laibach collaborations. Most people attending their concerts had little very idea who they were, simply enticed along by the ambiguous posters or simply a night out. The concerts themselves bizarrely lasting all through the night (with a mixture of music and movies), still going at 7AM and not quite easiest sort music to be listening too either. They made heavy use of megaphones, guitars often played with broken bottles, drum unrelenting and brutal, delivering rather harsh and bewildering but occasionally rhythmic apocalyptic music. The three main members of LFD were Daniel Landin (aka D. Styme), Si Joyce (aka Si Gross) and Keir Wahid (aka K. Warhead & K. Fraser). They were regularly helped out by Fritz Haaman (aka Fritz Catlin) who also performed with Laibach during the joint tour, and occasionally by Sam Mills, both members of 23 Skidoo.
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