Editors' Notes Released in January 1978, Rami Fortis’ debut album Plonter was perfectly timed with the punk rock explosion across the globe. While the singer’s oddball personality and DIY aesthetic give the album a distinctly gritty feel, his songs range from The Stooges-influenced proto-punk to glam rock and reggae. Largely overlooked in its day, this LP has found the cult following it deserves in the decades since.

SONG
Honey
1
3:05
 
This Generation
2
2:59
 
She Corrupted Me
3
3:38
 
Teach Me Tonight
4
3:21
 
No Lack Of Work For Death
5
5:59
 
Get Off My Television
6
4:33
 
Waiting For The Sun
7
4:25
 
April Fools
8
2:33
 
Looking For Myself
9
2:52
 
Incubator
10
3:28
 

More by Rami Fortis

Featured On

Albums You May Also Like