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AOS3 - Owsley Demo

Discussion in 'Non-punk anarchist music' started by zenpunk, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. zenpunk

    zenpunkMember New Member


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    Track List:

    01. Battle Of Trafalgar
    02. Bushes On The Golf Coarse
    03. Tomorrow
    04. Connections
    05. Conspiracy
    06. Warrior Nation
    07. Tomorrow Dub
    08. Majick
    09. Eric Chillin' With His Homeys Dub
    10. A Letter To The President
    11. Toot Toot Dub
    12. Stem The Haze (live)



    AOS3 formed in Sunderland in 1990, taking their name from the initials of Augustus Owsley Stanley III, LSD chemist and sound engineer. The bands logo comprises interlinked anarchy, peace, Om, and Yin Yang symbols, which together spell out 'AOS3'.

    In the early 1990s before the 1994 Criminal Justice Act the band played on the free festival circuit throughout the UK including the infamous Castlemorton. AOS3 also toured regularly with bands such as Radical Dance Faction, Citizen Fish, and Back To The Planet.

    Part of the anarcho punk movement, AOS3's lyrics reflect the bands political stance. The songs 'Battle of Trafalgar' and 'Dubbin' Up a Riot' describe the 1990 Poll Tax Riot in Trafalgar Square, and the bands' cover of the AK47's 'Tottenham 3' protests the innocence of the three men wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of PC Blakelock at the Broadwater Farm Riot in 1985. Other influences are more esoteric such as the works of Robert Anton Wilson.

    AOS3 split in 1995, and singer John relocated to London going on to form P.A.I.N. with Phil from Radical Dance Faction. AOS3 reformed in 2007, and have since toured with Citizen Fish, and are working on a third studio album
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Owsley
    Release Date : 1991

    Different tracklist on inlay.Demo release.
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    AOS3 Biography

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    AOS3 formed in Sunderland, UK in 1990, taking their name from the initials of Augustus Owsley Stanley III, LSD chemist and sound engineer. The bands logo comprises interlinked anarchy, peace, Om, and Yin Yang symbols, which together spell out ‘AOS3’.

    In the early 1990s before the 1994 Criminal Justice Act the band played on the free festival circuit throughout the UK including the infamous Castlemorton. AOS3 also toured regularly with bands such as Radical Dance Faction, Citizen Fish, Culture Shock and Back To The Planet.

    Part of the anarcho punk movement, AOS3’s lyrics reflect the bands political stance. The songs ‘Battle of Trafalgar’ and ‘Dubbin’ Up a Riot’ describe the 1990 Poll Tax Riot in Trafalgar Square, and the bands’ cover of the The AK 47’s ‘Tottenham 3’ protests the innocence of the three men wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of PC Blakelock at the Broadwater Farm Riot in 1985. Other influences are more esoteric such as the works of Robert Anton Wilson.

    AOS3 split in 1995, and singer John relocated to London going on to form P.A.I.N with Phil from Radical Dance Faction. AOS3 reformed in 2007, and have since toured with Citizen Fish, and released their third studio album in 2015.

    Band members also played in bands:
    Radical Dance Faction
    P.A.I.N
    Headjam
    Legion Of Dynamic Dischord
    less (London, England)


    Band members: Andy Brown (15), Colin Cumpson, John Horabin
    Band ex-members: , Keri McCormick, Erl (2), Bill (152)
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    AOS3 formed in Sunderland, UK in 1990, taking their name from the initials of Augustus Owsley Stanley III, LSD chemist and sound engineer. The bands logo comprises interlinked anarchy, peace, Om, and Yin Yang symbols, which together spell out 'AOS3'.

    In the early 1990s before the 1994 Criminal Justice Act the band played on the free festival circuit throughout the UK including the infamous Castlemorton. AOS3 also toured regularly with bands such as Radical Dance Faction, Citizen Fish, Culture Shock and Back To The Planet.

    Part of the anarcho punk movement, AOS3's lyrics reflect the bands political stance. The songs 'Battle of Trafalgar' and 'Dubbin' Up a Riot' describe the 1990 Poll Tax Riot in Trafalgar Square, and the bands' cover of the The AK 47's 'Tottenham 3' protests the innocence of the three men wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of PC Blakelock at the Broadwater Farm Riot in 1985. Other influences are more esoteric such as the works of Robert Anton Wilson.

    AOS3 split in 1995, and singer John relocated to London going on to form P.A.I.N with Phil from Radical Dance Faction. AOS3 reformed in 2007, and have since toured with Citizen Fish, and are working on a third studio album.

    Band members also played in bands:
    Radical Dance Faction
    P.A.I.N
    Headjam
    Legion Of Dynamic Dischord
    less (London, England)

    Myspace:
    www.myspace.com/aos3

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  2. issajah

    issajahMember Forum Member


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    Re: AOS3 OWSLEY DEMO

    great post.....thanx
     
  3. safetypunk

    safetypunkNew Member New Member


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    Re: AOS3 OWSLEY DEMO

    wow. thanks for putting this up... i loved this band in the early 90s...