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DEAD AMERICA - Demo 93

Discussion in 'Anarcho-Punk music albums downloads' started by Anxiety69, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. Anxiety69

    Anxiety69Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    Dead America were a local crust band when i was growing up in costa mesa. I went to HS with their drummer and used ti hang out with the singer's brother. Anyways, this I believe was their first demo. It is more punky then what they would later sound like. Nevertheless, it is great stuff. I will be uploading another one of their demos that is more crusty.

    01 War I$ Money
    02Resistence
    03 200 Year Plan
    04 Be Like Me
    05 Only to their Faces
    06 Look At The Clowns
    07 This Is Me
    08 864-15
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Demon Days
    Release Date : 2005

    Tracks 14 & 15: Choir recorded at St Stephen's Church Canonbury. Mixed at Pierce Rooms London. Variant 4 Mastering SID Code does not include "IFPI".
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    DEAD AMERICA Biography

    Virtual band founded in 1998 by [a=Damon Albarn] from [a=Blur], and comic-book artist [a=Jamie Hewlett] designing and drawing the band. It can be found in [i]The Guiness Book of World Records[/I] under Most Successful Virtual Band. When the band were first created in 1998, the original concept was a group named 'Gorilla', with a slightly different lineup.

    The lineup of characters is:
    [a=2D (3)] - Lead singer, keyboards, additional instruments. Gained his nickname from injuries he sustained in a car accident (vocals performed by [a=Damon Albarn]).
    [a=Murdoc Niccals] - Bassist, additional instruments. Sold his soul and middle name to the devil for the band's success.
    [a=Noodle (2)] - Guitarist. A Japanese expat, she was shipped to the band in a crate at 8.
    [a=Russel Hobbs] - Drummer. An American expatriate, possessed by the ghosts of his late friends.

    Former members:
    Del The Ghost Rapper - Rapper. One of the above friends, he was sent to the afterlife by the Grim Reaper following their first album (vocals performed by [a=Del Tha Funkee Homosapien]).
    Paula Cracker - Guitarist. 2D's girlfriend of two months, she was kicked out of the band for having an affair with Murdoc. She was a part of the band when they were known as 'Gorilla'.
    Cyborg Noodle - Guitarist. Robotic replica of the real Noodle who replaces her on Plastic Beach.
    [a6760389] - Bassist. Former Gangreen Gang member (from the cartoon The Powerpuff Girls), joined in 2018 to fill in for Murdoc while he's serving time in jail after being framed for smuggling.
    There was also an actual gorilla who played bongos, also during the band's time as 'Gorilla'.
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    DEAD AMERICA are a totally forgotten/overlooked anarcho-crust-grind-something band from early to mid-90's Costa Mesa, California.

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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 - Virgin

    bPlease note, many Virgin issues also carry an EMI logo. This is not a label and EMI should not be added as a label, it instead indicates that Virgin was part of the EMI Group./b

    Started by a4812584 in the early 1970s as an independent label based in London, UK. The record company l26760 and subsidiaries which used the Virgin brand was sold to l118508 Plc in 1991, the various Virgin trademarks however remained the property of l326037, since 2012 the imprint has been licensed from Virgin Enterprises Ltd. and is used by various companies that form part of the Universal Music Group.

    Label Code: LC 3098/LC 03098 (may appear as "LCO3098").

    The Virgin disc label designs/logos:

    Roger Dean (4) was the designer of the original famous Virgin label with snakes and dragons.

    For LP's following designs were used:
    1973-1974 white Roger Dean label
    1974-1976 coloured Roger Dean label
    1975 fawn & mauve Roger Dean label (V2037 to V2044 and some older title reissues)
    1975-1976 Red twin label with Outer White Ring
    1975-1976 Green twin label with Outer White Ring
    1976-1978 Green twin label (without outer white ring)
    1976-1977 Red twin label (without outer white ring)
    1977-1978 blue label with double Virgin writing logo (V2086 to ??)
    1978-1987 green/red alternative label (Side 1 / Side 2)
    1987-xxxx grey-white label

    Probably the fawn & mauve Dean label should replace the coloured Dean label in summer 1975, but has been used only a very short time. The fawn & mauve Dean label hasn't been used outside UK.
    Red and Green labels with white outer ring replaced the fawn & mauve Dean label. These can be found on several Virgin albums outside UK, It has been used in UK a very short time only.

    The green twin label (without outer white ring) is easy to find. It has been used originally in 1976 but it is also available on reissues of older releases. In UK it has been used till 1978, but in other countries (Japan, Spain) there are records up to 1982 with this label. During this period a few titles were pressed with Red twin label (without outer white ring).

    The blue label with double Virgin writing logo is well-known on single releases but it has also been used on a few albums.
    The area of the green/red label ended in 1987 (UK), but in different countries it has been used longer (Spain 1990, Germany 1988).

    The grey-white label is still in use since 1987 (UK). The grey-white label has been published some months later in foreign countries (1988).

    For 7" releases following designs were used:
    1974-1975 black-white Dean label / white Dean label
    1976 blue twin label
    1976-1978 blue label with double Virgin writing logo
    1978-1987 green/red alternative label
    1987-xxx silver label

    In some countries the white or the black-white Dean label was longer in use (Germany, 1977). Spain was the only country that used the coloured Dean label on singles (instead of the white or black-white Dean label).

    The blue twin label (which has never been used for albums) was issued in UK only.

    The blue label with double Virgin writing logo was used from 1976 until 1979 in the UK. In some countries it was longer in use (Spain, 1979).

    On 12" only following designs exist:
    1978 - 1987 green/red alternative label
    1988 - xxxx grey-white label

    CD label designs:
    Old CD's normally had a blue label (a kind of light blue layer on the silver disc) because the producers had problems with the printing on the blank silver surface.
    Some of the middle-old editions have silver labels with red printing. Newer editions have black printings.
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  2. smellthecheese2

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    thanks for posting this anxiety69 I havent heard this in forever. Theres one more demo that your missing that was made about 94 or 95 between 93 demo and matricide. It doesnt have a title...it was never copied or released other than for band members and a few friends and I think its the best of all three demos...if you could get it id love to hear it...try contacting john or christian cuz id love to hear that again...its been so long I cant even remember all the songs but they were alot more diverse than the other demo songs i remember that...and dino from dystopia sings on two of the songs so there ya go. It has a punkier vibe with almost death metal parts in some songs and grind of course. Thanks again. if you do post it for download ill donate 100 bucks to you.
     
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