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7 thoughts on “ Kill For Cash - Kraut - An Adjustment To Society / Night Of Rage

  1. May 19,  · On this date in , Kraut released their debut album, An Adjustment To glamrock.fejoraakinokusnigelv.infoinfo contained the singles "Kill For Cash" and "Unemployed".While this was a true hardcore album, the New York band gravitated towards hard rock/metal by their sophomore effort.
  2. Although genuine ex-Pistol Steve Jones played guitar on three songs ("Onward," "Sell Out" and "Kill for Cash"), the spotlight remains firmly fixed on Doug Holland, one of punk's best-ever string smashers.
  3. While recording their debut album, An Adjustment to Society (produced by Ryk Oakley), they opened for the Professionals at The Channel in Boston. Former Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones became friends with Kraut and recorded extra guitar tracks for three tracks on the album: "Kill for Cash", "Sell Out" and "Onward".Genres: Punk rock, hardcore punk.
  4. Kraut reuniting for a NYC show again. Kraut was working on their first LP [An Adjustment to Society], and Jones Kraut – “Kill For Cash.
  5. Kraut had only been together 4 weeks so I quickly brought the band into the studio and recorded a rough 3 song demo -'Kill for Cash', 'True Colours', and 'Just Cabbage'. We recorded it in 1 day and dropped off the tape to a friend that worked at Bonds, who then passed it along to Mick Jones.
  6. Oct 06,  · Jones remained tight with the Kraut boys and played guitar on "Kill for Cash," "Sell Out" and "Onward" on the band's album "An Adjustment to Society," released in Jonesy also strapped on his guitar alongside Kraut at a handful of live dates. Kraut's tunes struck a chord with me, and Holland is proud of them, as well.

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