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Riistetyt was formerly known as the Cadgers before Perry (the guitarist at the time) left and Raipe joined. They changed their name to Riistetyt and released the Laki ja Järjestys in 1982. The line up for that ep was Lateri(vocals), Piise (Bass), Raipe(Guitar) and Stydy (drums). Piise left the band soon after the release of the ep and Perry came back on guitar, as Raipe moved to the bass. Throughout the year they provided tracks on the Propaganda compilation “Russia Bombs Finland” and “Hardcore 83”. Around the time of the new year, The band hit the studio to record the Valtion Vankina LP. The LP contained new versions of songs from the previous eps and compilation tracks, as well as about 5 new songs and a Varukers cover. This made it a total of 22 tracks. Soon, Raipe leaves the band and Piise comes back to play bass, Restoring the original line up from the Cadgers split with Kaaos. The band then records the Essential “Skitsofrenia” MLP, widely considered as one of the best records to ever come out of the Finnish Punk scene in the 80s. but soon, Piise and Stydy(the Rhythm section of the band) leave the band leaving Lateri and Perry. They soon recruit Nappi and Jaska of Kaaos, who were not very active at the time on Bass and Drums.


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  • FinalBloodbath

    they put out so much fuckin rippin records, love when hc bands have the ability to put out more than just a fuckin 7"

    13 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Moszkito13

    Nazi é meu pau de óculos, riistetyt é amor ♥

    3 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Moszkito13

    Very good

    3 Mar 2014 Reply
  • vider_

    Vapaa maa!

    13 Dec 2013 Reply
  • I_vans

    Show oli täällä minun ciadade Destroyer ... pieni paikka, liian monet ihmiset ja alkoholi ... Porto Alegre, Brazil....!!!

    4 Dec 2012 Reply
  • NanoEskorbuto

    Skitzofrenia is some rotten noisy good material

    10 Sep 2011 Reply
  • aakoo78

    The finnish record label Propaganda Records, who had bands like Riistetyt, Appendix, Bastards and Terveet Kädet, gave the rights to release the lp's to Rock-O-Rama in Germany. The bands had no idea of the whole thing, and were quite surprised (and pissed off) that their albums came out on Rock-O-Rama instead of Propaganda. No, the bands were NOT neo nazis.

    10 Feb 2011 Reply
  • skibereen

    They were on a dicey label (Rock-O-Rama, with Skrewdriver), but I seriously doubt they had similar political views.........Cheers

    9 Feb 2011 Reply
  • dhd

    "Kuka Valehtelee...?" and later is kind of thrash metal, but in a good way.

    21 Sep 2010 Reply
  • RedArmada

    Riistetyt? Neo Nazis?! AHAHAHAHA

    20 Sep 2010 Reply
  • garyxia

    this band rips so much.

    12 Sep 2010 Reply
  • ScumFucBondage

    to 6:00 "Wow, this sounds more like thrash metal than hardcore. Most interesting. " yeah they went throught a "hard rock phase" [cringes] where they called themselves "the holy dolls" thankfully this came and went, and this is what im asuming you heard.

    25 Aug 2010 Reply

    So fuckin' CRUST... YOU ROCK, guys!. xXx

    23 Jul 2010 Reply
  • eliaswhatever

    just saw these guys, fuckin awesome. they go hard to this day.

    29 Apr 2010 Reply
  • RedArmada

    Majestic is the word for them, yes

    23 Apr 2010 Reply
  • septic007

    GREAT FUCKING BAND!!! *♫♪ ♫♪*♫♪ ♫♪*

    21 Sep 2009 Reply
  • dhd

    drunkest band i've ever seen

    11 Aug 2009 Reply
  • chuplag

    Fuck man, They kick so much ass!

    30 May 2009 Reply
  • darkgnome

    hyvää tavaraa juu :3

    19 Mar 2009 Reply
  • Legioona

    Who cares?

    27 Jan 2009 Reply
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