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Mutiny - Folk Punk for Punk Folk - 1991 (Australia)

Discussion in 'Anarcho-Punk music albums downloads' started by Sqvarenvts, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. Sqvarenvts

    SqvarenvtsNew Member New Member




    Jan 27, 2013


      External download. Please report any broken link by posting a reply to this thread.


    Track List:

    01. Folk War
    02. Animal Farm
    03. Turn it Around
    04. If You
    05. Common Cause
    06. We've Won
    07. Environmental
    08. Dinner With Kerry Packer
    09. Medieval
    10. God, Queen & Country

    Here we have the '91 cassette only release from Mutiny. It has never been re-released and I have made multiple unsuccessful attempts to contact the band and members to acquire a better copy (please contact me if you have one) than this which is an mp3 of a twenty year old tape of a tape of the original tape. Still, it is a rare gem of the folk punk that I have found nowhere save in my own library and it is a piece that I WANT TO GET OUT THERE!!!

    Let others know that it is here. Share it. Share it. Share it!


    Mutiny- Folk Punk for Punk Folk
    Tape Only Release
    Out of Print
    MP3 @ 157 kbps


    Folk Punk For Punk Folk
    Release Date : 1991

    Limited edition cassette only self-release.

    Mutiny Biography

    Folk-punk band from Victoria, Australia.

    Band members: Alice Green, Chris Patches, Greg Stainsby, Dan Green (6), Calum Holland, Paul Kavanagh
    Band ex-members: , Briony Grigg, L'hibou Hornung, Michelle Lewit, Gus McMillan, David Corbet

    Mutiny is the name of at least eight artists:

    [1] A Melbourne, Australia, folk punk band, formed in 1991, which has released five albums / EPs.

    [2] A band formed by Jerome Brailey (aka Jerome Brailey And Mutiny), after he left Parliament / Funkadelic, when George Clinton's mothership splintered, at the end of the 1970s. Brailey and Glen Goins were working on Mutiny's concept, when Glen's untimely death occurred, in 1978. Brailey continued on with the vision and formed the group, which performed in a style which is similar to the classic p-funk style, with a lot of emphasis on dual lead guitar work. Their first album was "Mutiny On The Mamaship" (1979, Columbia). The album was released a year after Brailey left Parliament / Funkadelic, due to a financial dispute. The original album featured a lyric sheet as well as artwork, including a disparaging depiction of Parliament / Funkadelic leader George Clinton. They has released four albums and one compilation album, between 1979 and 2000. Brailey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 1997.

    [3] A Vancouver, BC, Canada, anarchist crust punk / grindcore band. Their self-titled début EP was released in 2009 on four on DIY Canadian labels, then re-released by Moshpit Tragedy Records as a full-length album, (sliding-scale digital download). Musically, Mutiny can be compared to the likes of Disrupt, Extreme Noise Terror, Napalm Death, Dropdead, Warcollapse, etc; lyrically, the focus is on tackling a range of socio-political issues from a progressive anarchist and anti-capitalist perspective. Also noteworthy to mention is that Mutiny features members of such prominent crust bands as Leper, Self-Rule and Iskra.

    [4] A New Jersey, USA, metal band, who signed to Roadrunner Records and then changed their name to Mutiny Within.

    [5] A Brixton-based DJ and producer duo (Dylan Barnes and Rob Davy). They are best known for their 2001 track "The virus" but changed their band name into Mutiny UK due to confusions because of various other artists with the same name.

    [6] An Arcata / Eureka, CA, USA pirate punk band.

    [7] A Colorado, USA straight edge hardcore band.

    [8] A Los Angeles, CA, USA, thrash band.

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

    Label - Not On Label (Mutiny (3) Self-released)


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  2. Angry_Student!

    Angry_Student!New Member New Member




    Mar 7, 2011
    Hey man, this download link leads to a band called Mankind? Have you got this mixed up with Mutiny? If you post the proper link I will have a go at remastering the recordings as I have been doing allot of vinyl rips recently.
  3. Sqvarenvts

    SqvarenvtsNew Member New Member




    Jan 27, 2013
    Shit! sorry, two years later, here is the file the correct link to the file. no wonder it only had 13 downloads and mankind had over a 100.

    please master it if you can, I might have mentioned that it's a 20 year old tape. been played a lot too. Best luck if you do, let me know.

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/p55bv ... k_Folk.zip