Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School - The Declaration Of Techno-Colonial Independence album download
|–Six Finger Satellite||Crippled Monster Bearing Malice||4:25|
|–Six Finger Satellite||Sex Transistor||4:14|
|–Green Magnet School||Twelve Gauge||1:47|
|–Green Magnet School||Don't Cry||5:58|
|SP 172||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School - The Declaration Of Techno-Colonial Independence (7", Red + 7", Yel)||Sub Pop||SP 172||US||1992|
|SP172||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School - The Declaration Of Techno-Colonial Independence (2x7", Pur)||Sub Pop||SP172||US||1992|
|SPCD 55/217||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School||Six Finger Satellite / Green Magnet School - The Declaration Of Techno-Colonial Independence (CD)||Sub Pop||SPCD 55/217||Germany||1992|
Labels: ℗1992 SubPop Made in the . Other Notes: Side C matrix: SP172 DC Side D matrix: SP172 CD Sides A to C play at 45 RPM; Side D plays at 33 ⅓ RPM.
Six Finger Satellite's first full-length album, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird, was released in 1993, with Kurt Niemand replacing Dixon on bass. The record more accurately represented the band's vision of noisy, cyborg-esque post-punk, and was recorded by Bob Weston, whose band Shellac named their 1994 single, The Bird is the Most Popular Finger in tribute. Six Finger Satellite attracted a significant underground following during the 1990s, and are today recognized for their somewhat prophetic fusion of electronic and post-punk music. Declaration Of Techno-Colonial Independence. Notes: Split w/ Green Magnet School.
Green Magnet School was an experimental rock band formed in Massachusetts in 1987. The founding members included Tim Shea on guitar and vocals, Rob Hamilton on drums, Can Keskin on guitar and bass, Steve Rzucidlo on bass, and Chris Pearson on guitar and vocals. Later the line-up would change to feature Jeff Iwanicki on bass and Greg Gilmartin on drums. The album was critically acclaimed, and the bleak, dystopian nature of both the lyrics and music were compared by UK music journalists to such groups as Killing Joke, Live Skull, Gang of Four, and early Sonic Youth. Declaration of Techno-Colonial Independence" 2 7 with Six Finger Satellite (Sub Pop Records) 1993. CDs. "Blood Music" (Sub Pop/Genius Records) 1992.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Green Magnet School. The Declaration of Techno-Colonial Independence. Crippled Monster Bearing Malice. Don't Cry. Jellynote™.