Goin Back Home - Harmonica Hinds* And Paul K - Hottest Acoustic Blues In Town from Noise is a studio album by Negativland.
It marked the band's first release on an established independent record labelSST Records. On the album, they continued to develop their experimental style, as well as incorporating elements of pop music with shorter tracks and more conventional melodies.
The original album came with a yellow bumper sticker with black letters reading "Car Bomb", and a booklet outlining the history of the band, along with Thickskinned - Jimmy Barnes - For The Working Class Man of band members and reviews of previous releases. When he saw flames leaping up past their kitchen window, Hosler yelled to his friend Tera Freedman in the next room to call to notify the fire department.
Hosler and Freedman collected the finished master tapes and artwork for Escape from Noise and quickly left the building, just as fire crews arrived. Cleaning solvents in the laundry accelerated the fire and caused extensive damage to the building before fire crews gained control. Afterward, the band grimly Backstage Pass - Negativland - Escape From Noise the total destruction of the recording equipment and the materials from previous releases.
Together, they traveled to Los Angeles to meet with SST executives and "reaffirm their album commitment". Even though the songs "Nesbitt's Lime Soda Song" and "Backstage Pass" include profanity, the album, due to it being released and reissued on indie labels, does not have the Parental Advisory sticker. InSeeland Records reissued the album in a new "un-remixed" edition, adding no bonus tracks and blowing up the photo on the LP to fill the entire CD front cover and the original LP cover's words from Bendix were moved into the booklet.
A sticker was placed on the album, saying:. Don't let the new cover design fool you — your audiophile friends might think that such classics as "Car Bomb" and "Christianity Is Stupid" sound crisper and cleaner on this newly un-remixed edition, but they're dead wrong!
And even though there are no longer eleven time zones in the Soviet Union and no Soviet Union, either this re-release sounds exactly the same as the original.
The only thing different is the sticker you are reading right now. Backstage Pass - Negativland - Escape From Noise the group released a mock press release to suggest that the song " Christianity Is Stupid " was connected to murders by David Bromand that the group was forced to cancel a planned tour in support of Escape from Noise. However, there were no connections with the murders, and the tour was cancelled only due to shortage of funds and free time.
Their next album, Helter Stupidmade use of the event by sampling news reports of the controversy surrounding Negativland. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Experimental electronic sound collage avant-rock. Background Info. Retrieved July 22, The LP edition was originally issued by SST Records with a page Backstage Pass - Negativland - Escape From Noise featuring article reprints, reviews and photographs from to the printing negatives for the book are now lost and a yellow "Car Bomb" bumper sticker.
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Over the Edge Vol. Escape from Noise Helter Stupid Rolling Stone. Total length:.
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