ZSK: Riot Radio CD Original June 2002 release. Top Punk rock. Check audio samples

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Label: Wolverine Records   34556756
Format: CD, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 2002
Genre: Punk

Tracklist:
1. üsst die Faschisten
2. Dare To Revolt
3. Riot Radio
4. Was du tust
5. Where Are You?
6. Wer? Wann? Wo?
7. Upside Down
8. Take Some Time
9. Mein Staat
10. My World
11. Und genau da gehen unsere Wege auseinander…
12. Alienation
13. One Day

Check all SAMPLES: https://picosong.com/wu5QW  or  http://chirb.it/htgINq  OR   https://vocaroo.com/i/s0uFyiHzfDKC

Label
Wolverine

Release date
18 Nov 2005
Running length
13 tracks
Running time
31:06

The story of ZSK sounds like a classic Punkrock fairy-tale. Four friends start a Punkrock band and begin practicing in the basement of their parents house. The first demo-tape sells over 500 copies and beside of shows in small clubs and squats, they play gigs in parking lots of the big halls of NOFX, VANS WARPED TOUR and the SKATEBOARD WORLD CUP. This brings them a lot fans, gigs with THE EXPLOITED, AGNOSTIC FRONT and THE DISTILLERS as well as a record deal. In 2002 they released their first full-length record Riot Radio produced by Flo V. Schwarz and recorded in the Woodhouse Studios, Hagen, including a track by ROGER MIRET from AGNOSTIC FRONT.
Riot Radio was a bombshell and got nationwide attention by the scene and the music press. Even Duane Peters of the US BOMBS was enthusiastic about the album: “Kick ass album! Kick ass production! A great band with a lot of energy. This album is the best start for a young band like ZSK.”
In the following year ZSK continued to play in almost every club in Germany, Austria and Switzerland sharing stages with TERRORGRUPPE, US BOMBS, DOWN BY LAW, CHAOS UK and many more.
In 2003 they got invited by ANTI-FLAG to join their entire European tour. The tour “No more War, One People One Struggle” supported the political work against the impending war against Iraq. During this Tour ZSK and ANTI-FLAG recorded an anti-war song with the DONOTS, which was even featured on MTV.