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9 thoughts on “ Culturcide - Year One (Cassette, Album)

  1. Jul 26,  · from the insert: YEAR ONE is cassette recordings of CULTURCIDE live in concert and in living rooms during the first phase of it's existence. Some of these songs are scheduled for release in different forms and contexts in the future/5(22).
  2. Year One is cassette recordings of Culturcide live, in concert and in living rooms during the first phase of it's existence. Originally released in on C.I.A. Records # and as a cassette tape placed inside a blank record jacket with an /2" x 11" artwork Xerox.
  3. Culturcide was a Houston-based experimental punk band, active from to and from to the present day. They were notorious for their album Tacky Souvenirs of Pre-Revolutionary America, which earned the band a cult following, but also several legal Experimental music, punk rock.
  4. Jul 26,  · referencing Year One, LP, FYI, despite the different track naming between this original release and the more-recent HotBox "Year One Again" CD release, they appear to be the same songs. That said, this is still a cool release to own on vinyl, what with the inserts and all/5(27).
  5. Explore releases from Culturcide at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Culturcide at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Listen free to Culturcide – year one (Consider Museums As Concentration Camps, Hating My Father and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  7. Apr 02,  · Culturcide - Year One (LP, C.I.A. Records, ) Classic album noise, disco, spoken word and madness. Not for sale download. Posted by RPM at 4/02/ 3 comments: JamesL said This one is wild! Thanks! April 3, at PM miskov said Nice! Thanks for this.
  8. CD re-releases seminal LP (CIA Records ) + 'Consider Museums as Concentration Camps' 7" (Information Records ).Comes in a jewel box and contains a page booklet with liner notes written by Dan Workman. Tracks 12 and 13 recorded at MRS Studio, Houston Texas.
  9. forcing Culturcide’s Year One album on friends until they get it (and they always do). Their music is visceral and biting without shocking for shock’s sake, delivered with razor-sharp wit, cynical anger, and a voice distinctly their own. If you love this sort of stuff, please make Culturcide a part of your life.

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