Muslimgauze ‎– No Human Rights For Arabs In Israel (The Remix)

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Staalplaat ‎– Muslimlim 034
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CD, Album, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

1 Azzazin 5:21
2 Teargas 3:49
3 Refugee 1:46
4 Teargas 4:12
5 Refugee 3:35
6 Tel Aviv Nailbomb 1:11
7 Refugee 7:17
8 Israeli Bullet Passing Through The Body Of A Palestinian Child 2:39
9 Herzliyya 10:21
10 Fiefdom 5:35
11 Zeelim 9:54
12 No Human Rights For Arabs In Israel 4:03

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Notes

Edition on 800 copies. Packaged in a gatefold sleeve. Printed in Ukraine.

Track 6 is listed on the CD as "The Aviv Nailbomb" but the correct title, according to the official Muslimgauze website, is "Tel Aviv Nailbomb." Similarly, "Israeli" is spelled "Isralei".

"Azzazin", "Herzliyya" & "Zeelim" are longer versions of the same tracks from the 10" EP (MUSLIMLIM 002). "No Human Rights For Arabs In Israel" is the the same track as is found on the 10" EP. "Refugee" (3) is the same track as "Refugee" (1) on the CD (vivo2004 009CD) & "Israeli Bullet Passing Through The Body Of A Palestinian Child" is a shorter version of "Teargas" (1) on the CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: A0100577758-0101 11
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K7

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jackthetab

jackthetab

December 15, 2007
Received this today (5/3/05) from Staalplaat. It was kind of a surprise.

Sad to see two typos on the packaging.

It has taken a while to get excited about another muslimgauze release. Most tracks are rather upbeat, and sound like remixes of Bryn Jones. There are many new fresh sounds presented, one reason why I think this album succeeds. The beats range from drum and bass styled drumming as with track one, to minimal middle eastern drumming with track seven. Track ten has some of the most intense explosive military beats i have ever heard Bryn Jones use.

Each track continues to hold the Bryn Jones' typical sound, yet Muslimgauze continues to forge into grounds of noise, illbient and experimentalism. There are many examples of each within this album.

Many of the tracks are dark and repetitive, metallic and intense. Each piece starts off strong, building into ensembles of middle eastern tapestries..

There is very little ambience presented, and very few traditional Muslimgauze vocal samples.

Not the best of Muslimgauze, but will see much play from me.