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D&V - THE NEW BEGINNING

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    1 Jekyll And Hyde
    2 Beware O.T.D.
    3 Paradox
    4 Brain Pollution
    5 Espejo Espejo
    6 Outernational Sanity
    7 Todays Conclusion
    8 Slave Trade
    9 The Epsilon
    10 Viva La Causa
    11 Dignity
    12 Wake Up
    13 The Lions The Lead
    14 The New Beginning
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    69 Plunderphonics 96
    Release Date : 2001

    • This release compiles most of John Oswald's infamous "[url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/170319-Plunderphonic]Plunderphonics[/url]" recordings, including the 1989 "[m=341431]" album, and the "[r=243243]" EP, which was never released. Tracks 1-13, 1-16 and 1-20 are from the [r=158330] album. • All main artist credits are one-shot fake musician anagrams used by composer John Oswald for a plun
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    D&V Biography

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    In Toronto (Ontario), John Oswald is director of research at "Mystery Laboratory" co-ordinating the creation of recordings for the “plunderphonics” project.

    Oswald declared during an interwiew in 1994: "The definition I'd set up for plunderphonic was music that was recognisable in some way, and the transformation of that music. I think the most successful examples use music that is the most recognisable. It's more delightful to me to have these pop figures, and by pop I also include Beethoven, as the working materials. There are things that work as plunderphonics for me, I've got a tape based on Edgard Varese's Poeme Electronique, and had the same sort of experience of having changed round something that's very familiar to me, and there are examples on plunderphonic of stuff like that: Anton Webern, and Ligeti, and Cecil Taylor, and Captain Beefheart. But the ones that were most interesting to me were things like Bing Crosby, where you'd play it for somebody who had no great knowledge of all sorts of other things that were happening in the twentieth century outside of the pop mainstream, they'd have some sort of reaction based on that thing that's recognisable within it. The thing that's very nice in a way is that I think there is a bridge between things that are often ghettoised as being extreme twentieth-century avant garde techniques and pop music. The two things can coexist."

    In [r=243232], Oswald defined "plunderphone" as: a recognizable sonic quote, using the actual sound of something familiar which has already been recorded. Whistling a bar of 'Density 21.5' is a traditional music quote. Taking Madonna singing 'Like A Virgin' and re-recording it backwards or slower is plunderphonics, as long as you can reasonably recognize the source. But the plundering has to be blatant. There's a lot of samplepocketing, parroting, plagiarism and tune thievery going on these days which is not what we're doing." He added: "The distinctive feature of Mystery Tapes is their anonymity. We don't tell the listeners who or what's on them. With Plunderphonics we tell all."

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    D&V was an anarcho-punk duo formed in Sheffield, UK by Andy Leach on drums and Jef Antcliffe as vocals. The group released their first album entitled The Nearest Door on Crass Records. D&V's music is unique in that it consists of just drums and vocals. The group went on to release a second album in 1984 entitled Inspiration Gave Them Motivation To Move On Out Of Their Isolation with a refined and considerably more developed sound, also, additional vocals by Crass' Eve Libertine and Joy de Virve.

    Line Up:
    Andy Leach - Drums
    Jef Antfliffe - Vocals
    Joy de Virve - Vocals

    Discography:
    The Nearest Door
    Crass Records 1983

    Inspiration Gave Them Motivation To Move On Out Of Their Isolation
    Crass Records 1986

    Snare
    1986

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    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Seeland

    Seeland Records is an independent record label launched by Negativland in 1980 with a release of self-titled debut album. The name of the label is derived from german krautrockers Neu! third's album called r=135067.

    Most albums in Seeland catalog are self-released by the band, but occasionally they also publish works of fellow artists, including Bob Ostertag, John Oswald, Evolution Control Committee, etc.
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    Always wondered what they sounded like. Thanx.
     
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