Stream the Record Store Day Reissue of No More’s “Suicide Commando” Single

No More

As flooded as the Record Store Day market has become in recent years—did anyone demand the return of long forgotten releases from Jethro Tull, The Dandy Warhols and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones?—hope can still be had out in left field. That’s where Mannequin Records resides, ready and willing to save a cult single like “Suicide Commando” from the realm of obscurity. Streaming in full below, the No More EP was originally released as a 7” back in 1981. A 12” pressing followed in 1984, two years before the German group’s original incarnation split up for good. (A core duo of keyboardist Tina Sanudakura and frontman Andy A. Schwarz reemerged in 2006, and were last heard on 2012’s Sisyphus LP.)

“[It’s] a song that refuses to die,” Optimoself-titled’s favorite curators of cool—explained in a press release. “A couple of years after these Germans recorded this, it spread like a virus to become a cult classic. The virus is still spreading to this day.”

Indeed, whether it’s through a robotic DJ Hell remix or the original record, a disc that doesn’t sound a day over 30…