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Various - You're Not As Weird As You Think You Are: Six Years Of Public Guilt MP3

Various - You're Not As Weird As You Think You Are: Six Years Of Public Guilt MP3

Performer: Various
Title: You're Not As Weird As You Think You Are: Six Years Of Public Guilt
Country: US
Label: Public Guilt
Released: 14 May 2010
Style: Free Jazz, Krautrock, Abstract, Noise, Experimental
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 556

Tracklist

1Aluk TodoloSheol (Live)10:14
2DarsombraNymphaea (Escape From Perfekt Teeth Remix)
Remix – Perfekt Teeth
5:24
3Strotter Inst. & Hsi-Chang LinNatur Hasst Vakuum5:10
4MicrokingdomMeat Ghost6:49
5KorperschwacheThe Vast Indifference Of Heaven9:10
6 Part II
7Ala Muerte / Max BondiI (Saturday Demo)0:34
8Cream Abdul BabarHemorrhage3:20
9Ala MuerteRed Flags5:51
10Dalek / Destructo Swarmbots / OddateeeSon Of Concrete3:43
11Darsombra0108088:01
12Aun Fortress One6:25
13VopatScorn4:13
14Zu & Okapi & ReeksA Crack In The Cosmic Egg3:24
15ZuAxiom (Phantomsmasher Remix)
Remix – Phantomsmasher
4:34
16The Psychic ParamountParis, Part Two5:13
17Blister Freak CircusAlbatross1:19
18 Part I
19Decimation Blvd.Put Your Hand In Fire3:31
20Kiss The Anus Of A Black CatTurning Hegel On His Head5:19
21MagicicadaSlow Walk Backwards (Mg)2:38
22Destructo SwarmbotsLoose Chains3:28
23Terminal LoversIon Gate9:40

Notes

In celebration of their 6th anniversary. Released in two separate zip folders. Included in both are equivalent liner notes Word documents.

1-1 Unreleased demo, 2007
1-2 Taken from "Put your Hand in Fire" (PGL004)
1-3 Unreleased, 2010
1-4 Taken from the forthcoming Zu - Phantomsmasher/James Plotkin remix 7" (PG022)
1-5 Taken from "Deadverse Massive" (PG010)
1-6 Unreleased, 2010
1-7 Unreleased, 2010
1-8 Taken from "Turn Hegel on his Head" (IS004)
1-9 Taken from "Excavation:1995-1998" (PG001)
1-10 Recorded live at the WFMU Fest, Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York 10/01/2009
2-1 Taken from "Live 2002, the Franco- Italian Tour" (PG006)
2-2 Taken from "Nymphaea" (PGL009)
2-3 Taken from "As Eyes Burn Clean"(PG018)
2-4 Unreleased, from "Intermediate Spirit Receiver" 2007
2-5 Unreleased, recorded March 2010
2-6 Unreleased, 2010
2-7 Unreleased, 2010
2-8 Recorded 1993, from the forthcoming BFC retrospective CD/DVD (PG026)
2-9 Unreleased, 2010
2-10 Taken from "Santa Elena" (PG016)
2-11 Unreleased, 2010

Album

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