After the first release on Outsider Classics, the Missbrukarna - Krigets Gentlemän tape, it's a great honor to reissue another timeless Swedish hardcore punk classic. This time it's Nisses Nötter, a band whose story began in the suburbs of Göthenburg back in 1983, when four young school friends decided to start a band, named Mums Gonorre. The band later changed its name to SIB 69, and then to Nisses Notter a month later. The final renaming also had them switch to raw and energetic hardcore punk, they started playing shows and entered the studio to record "Knäckta Nötter", published in 1984 on the legendary Ägg Tapes, a label that put out a bunch of tapes of cult bands such as Moderat Likvidation, Riistetyt, Mob 47, Sotlimpa and The Bristles. Today, Nisses Notter are considered a classic band, with members who were 12-13 years old when they started, also making them the youngest Swedish hardcore punk band of that period. Each tape comes with a 12-page A5 booklet with photos and lyrics. The tape is limited to 175 copies.