The Swedish hardcore punk scene of the early 1980s was vibrant and wide, with underground movements yielding surprising extremities. This ultra-scarce cassette-only release, limited to 300 copies in 1984, was the first of the legendary Uproar label, putting the blasting ultrafast HC of Asocial, from the small town of Hedemora, against the traditional raging thrash of Bedrövlers, from the equally small town of Fagersta, whose name roughly translates to Miserablerz, a term assigned them by a bus driver that disliked their discordant noise. Subverting Bad Religion's How Could Hell Be Any Worse for their own purposes, Asocial's tracks are blindingly fast and Bedrövlers' raw and dirty. Rare Swedish hardcore at its best, for the first time on vinyl. Includes double sided lyric insert.