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Guerilla Welfare - Guerilla Welfare album download

Performer:

Guerilla Welfare

Title:

Guerilla Welfare

Genre:

Electronic / Reggae / Funk

MP3 album size:

1742 mb

Other music formats:

AA MP2 AAC AUD MMF AHX RA

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Experimental

Date of release:

1986

Guerilla Welfare - Guerilla Welfare album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Aggression 3:53
A2 Thought Breeds Fear
Bass [Verse], Keyboards – Brian Schultze
3:59
A3 Mistah Bo He Dead 2:12
A4 I Left 3:48
B1 Atom Bomb 3:35
B2 I Was Born
Marimba – Brian Schultze
2:24
B3 Fear Arises
Bass – Brian Schultze
4:06
B4 As It Is 4:55

Credits

  • Bass [Fretted, Fretless, Prepared], Drum Programming, Producer – Curtis Ruptash
  • Chapman Stick – Curtis Ruptash (tracks: A4, B1, B2)
  • Guitar, Drum Programming, Producer – Brian Schultze

Notes

First of three releases by this Canadian duo. This LP featured a hand-silkscreened jacket in a limited run of 500 copies.


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Politico dub-collage practitioners Guerilla Welfare came from Edmonton, Alberta, coincidentally the birthplace of prophetic media sage Marshall McLuhan. Armed with vanguard ideas taken from Steve Reich, Fela Kuti, Robert Fripp and Material, the duo of Curtis Ruptash and Brian Schultze adopted the studio as instrument mindset of Eno and King Tubby creating complex textural and polyrhythmic sonic insurgencies

4. –Guerilla Welfare. Why'd They Make The Atom Bomb So Damn Hot? 2:49. 13. Is Everything OK? 4:10.

The Nature Of Human Nature. Active in the late 80’s and early 90’s, the Canadian duo Guerilla Welfare self-released two LPs and a collaborative cassette with the poet Mary Howes during their time. The music they made was some of the most vital post-punk produced in this period - no mean feat considering their peers. The resulting music touches on everything from Arthur Russell to A Certain Ratio to African Head Charge

Guerilla Welfare was an independent electronic music duo from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The duo produced music from processed acoustic and electric instruments with spoken word and field recordings of acoustic "world" instruments and singing samples. The resulting sound was a pan-ethnic and somewhat experimental sound. The principal members in Guerilla Welfare were Brian Schultze and Curtis Ruptash, both of whom previously were members of Stony Plain Records recording artists Subtle Hints.

Guerilla Welfare: listen and download Guerilla Welfare - Aggression, Guerilla Welfare - Thought Breeds Fear, Guerilla Welfare - Mistah Bo He Dead, Guerilla Welfare - I Left & more. Guerilla Welfare - Mirrored Faces 04:16. Guerilla Welfare - Why'd They Make The Atom Bomb So Damn Hot? 02:49. Guerilla Welfare - Is Everything Ok? 04:10. Guerilla Welfare - Self Denial 03:55. Guerilla Welfare - All Things Are Connected 04:09. Guerilla Welfare - Mr. Mighty (On The Floor) 06:06. Guerilla Welfare - Litigare (Melting Pot Reprise) 04:06. Guerilla Welfare - So, Toda. 4:58. Guerilla Welfare, Mary Howes - Rock-A-Bye 05:09. Guerilla Welfare, Mary Howes - Easy Street 03:48. Guerilla Welfare, Mary Howes - Bubble 03:58. Guerilla Welfare, Mary Howes - QHS 09:02

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