TRUST - REPRESSION - French hard rock/heavY metal 12" VINYL LP ALBUM

"RÉPRESSION" is the second full length album released by the French Hard Rock/Heavy Metal band: "TRUST". This album has been released in two different versions: Version 1: Répression is the French version, catalognr CBS 84 318 and Version 2: Repression the English version with catalognr CBS EPC 84811.

This album includes the original custom inner sleeve with album details, lyrics of all songs by Trust and dedication to Bon Scott singer of AC/DC. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.  


High Quality Photo of Album Front Cover  "TRUST Repression"


Music Genre:

French Metal Hard Rock Music 

Produced Dennis Weinreich

Dennis Weinreich - Producer, Sound Engineer, Art Direction

George "Porky" Peckham - Mastering Engineer

Bernard Leloup - Photography

Herb Schmitz - Photography

Record Label:  CBS 84 318
Media Format:  12" Vinyl LP Record  

Year & Country:

1980 Made in Holland  
Band Members and Musicians on: Trust Repression
    Band-member, line-ups:
  • Bernard "Bernie" Bonvoisin - Vocals
  • Jean-Émile "Jeanott" - Drums
  • Nobert "NONO" Krief - Guitars, Producer
  • Yves "Vivi" Brusco - Bass
  • Guest musicians/performers:
  • Bimbo Acok
  • Bud Beadle
  • Jacques Mesrine
  • John McNichol
  • Peter Thoms
  • Yves Gaget "Le Gay" Son
Track Listing of: Trust Repression
  1. Antisocial
  2. Monsieur Comedie
  3. Instinct de Mort
  4. Au Nom de la Race
  5. Passe
  6. Fatalite
  7. Saumur
  8. Le Mitard
  9. Sort tes Griffres
  10. Les Sectes
High Quality Photo of Album Front Cover  "TRUST Repression"
High Quality Photo of Album Front Cover  "TRUST Repression"
Album Back Cover  Photo of "TRUST Repression"
Album Back Cover  Photo of "TRUST Repression"  
Inner Sleeve   of "TRUST Repression" Album
Inner Sleeve   of "TRUST Repression" Album
Photo of "TRUST Repression" Album's Inner Sleeve  
Photo of "TRUST Repression" Album's Inner Sleeve  
Close-up Photo of "TRUST Repression" Record Label 
Close-up Photo of "TRUST Repression" Record Label   

Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.

TRUST's Discography: Hard-Hitting Rock with a Social Conscience, Inspiring Generations of Fans and Musicians

TRUST Band Description:

TRUST is a French rock band that has been active since 1977. The band is known for its hard-hitting rock sound and politically charged lyrics, which often address issues of social injustice, corruption, and the struggles of the working class. TRUST has been an influential force in the French music scene, and their music has inspired generations of fans and musicians alike.

TRUST was formed in 1977 in Nanterre, a suburb of Paris, by vocalist Bernie Bonvoisin and guitarist Norbert "Nono" Krief. The band's early lineup also included bassist Raymond Manna and drummer Jean-Emile Hanela. Their first album, "L'Elite," was released in 1979 and quickly established the band's reputation as a political and social force in French rock music. The album's title track, which criticized the elite classes and their greed and corruption, became an instant classic and a rallying cry for French youth.

TRUST's second album, "Repression," was released in 1980 and continued in the same politically charged vein as their debut. The album's lead single, "Antisocial," was a scathing indictment of social injustice and inequality, and it remains one of the band's most popular and enduring songs. The track has been covered by numerous artists over the years and is still a staple of TRUST's live performances.

Over the years, TRUST has released numerous albums and undergone several lineup changes. However, their commitment to social and political issues has remained a constant theme in their music. The band has continued to address issues such as poverty, racism, and corruption, and their songs have resonated with audiences across France and beyond.

In addition to their music, TRUST is also known for their dynamic live performances. The band's concerts are high-energy affairs, with Bonvoisin's intense stage presence and Krief's blistering guitar solos wowing audiences time and again. TRUST's live shows are legendary in France and have been attended by millions of fans over the years.

Despite their success, TRUST has faced numerous challenges over the years. In the early 1980s, the band was criticized by some for their confrontational lyrics and aggressive sound, and they were even banned from French radio and television for a time. However, TRUST refused to back down, and their fans rallied around them, supporting the band through thick and thin.

Today, TRUST is still going strong, with a loyal fan base and a reputation as one of the most important bands in French rock history. The band's influence can be heard in the work of countless French musicians, and their music continues to inspire and challenge listeners to this day.