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Russian (RUSSIA) E123 - Demo (2009)

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  1. bulavka

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    Group: E123
    Album: Demo
    Year: 2009
    Country: Russia
    Style: crust
    Size: 29,2 МБ
    Bit: 256 kbit/s
    Tracklist:
    01 - Лестница в жизнь
    02 - Don't Drop The Bombs
    03 - С приходом нового вождя
    04 - Будь рабом!
    05 - Кто останется с тобой?
    06 - Дети
    07 - Военный убийца
    08 - Свобода слова
    09 - Ради себя
    10 - Их кожа, их мех, их жизнь
    11 - Тихая Жизнь (cover CLC)


    Download:
    http://punxunite.ru/index.php?do=files&op=showfile&lid=379 ( direct)
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    ACR:BOX
    Release Date : 2019

    Clear label on outer wrapper reads:A Certain Ratio ACR:BOX 7x Coloured Vinyl set Limited Edition of 1000 Signed by ACR 24 page booklet + Digital copy52 Tracks of singles, B-sides & unreleased tracks, including All Night Party, Shack Up, Knife Slits Water, This Boys, Bootsy, Houses In Motion, Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing The Big E, W.S.L.U.The digital download contains 53 tracks, with bonus
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    E123 Biography

    British post-punk band formed in 1977 in Wythenshawe, Manchester.

    A Certain Ratio took their name from the lyrics of [a=Brian Eno]'s song "The True Wheel", taken from his album "[url=http://www.discogs.com/master/6168]Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)[/url]" (1974).

    Their first records were released on the independent label "Factory Records" (known by Joy Division, New Order, etc.). On their first releases they sound like a successor band of Joy Division. After a trip to New York in the year of 1980, they quickly developed towards funk. The album "To Each" (1981) is characterised by African percussion, funky drums and bass as well as a sepulchral mood in the style of the Joy Division. After the release of the album "Sextet", which continued the sound of the successful album, singer Simon Topping left the band. He turned to an uncompromising jazz funk sound. Over the years the band approached the catchy Popsound with funk elements.

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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 - Mute

    Please note, some Mute issues also carry an EMI logo. This is not a label and EMI should not be added as a label, it instead indicates that Mute was part of the EMI Group.

    Founded in 1978 by Daniel Miller, Mute (also known as l36339) releases various forms of music, with an emphasis on electronic and experimental pop. In May 2002 the label was acquired by the EMI Group. In 2010 Miller did an agreement with EMI to handle Mute as an independent label again, licensing the trademark from EMI via his company Mute Artists Ltd., but EMI kept the rights over Mute's back catalogue. After the EMI Group was dissolved, in 2012 l206061 acquired l636's back catalogue.

    Branch offices exist in Germany (l168349) and in North America (l36296).

    Mute has spawned many regional and special-interest sublabels, some of which are still active. One offshoot, Parallel Series, even became independent of l636 Mute also operates Mute Bank Mail Order, which sells the label's merchandise directly to consumers. Mute Bank published two issues of iMute Statement/i, a softcover book that details the entire discography of the label and includes band profiles and photos of release artwork.

    Another label strongly associated with Mute is Toast Hawaii, run by Depeche Mode's Andrew Fletcher.

    Label code: bLC 05834/b / bLC 5834/b

    ‘bP/b’, included to the catalog numbers,
    generally stand for promo copies.
    ‘bL/b’, included to the catalog numbers,
    generally stand for limited editions.
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