Muslimgauze ‎– Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk

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Staalplaat ‎– S.T. DAT 004
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Tracklist

1 Abdul's Halal 4:38
2 Takfir Wa Higra 4:56
3 With Indian Rope 4:28
4 Glass Mughal 3:04
5 The Iranian Who Found Allah 7:53
6 Harijana 3:07
7 Rouge Amin Fraction 4:42
8 Glass Mughal 2:44
9 Takfir Ma Higra 4:49
10 Abdul's Halal 3:19
11 Paper Gulag 3:32
12 Paper Gulag 3:01
13 Leboneeze 9:52

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This release was obtained by sending a blank DAT along with a portion of the insert (which became the release's j-card) from the digipak edition of Return Of Black September to Staalplaat.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Imprec007 Muslimgauze Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk(CD, Album, RE) Important Records (2) Imprec007 US 2004 Sell This Version
Imprec-007 Muslimgauze Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Dig) Important Records (2) Imprec-007 US 2002 Sell This Version
imprec007, Imprec-007 Muslimgauze Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, Fla) Important Records (2), Important Records (2) imprec007, Imprec-007 US 2002 Sell This Version
archive eighteen Muslimgauze Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk(LP + 12" + Album, Ltd, RE) Staalplaat archive eighteen Netherlands 2015 Sell This Version
imprec007 Muslimgauze Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk(CD, Album, Ltd, Car) Important Records (2) imprec007 US 2002 Sell This Version

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Butterman

Butterman

February 2, 2017
Although I really dig the Muslimgauze sound most of the time, and I have nothing but respect for the gent's legacy, "Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk" is a bit dissapointing in terms of how Bryn mutated and changed his own sound in comparisson to how he was evolving/experimenting up to that point. It just reminded me a bit of how Scorn changed/mutated his own sound post "Gyral" and "Ellipsis" into "Logghi Barogghi" in which it isn't necessarly lesser material, and would have been quite pleasant if released under a different project name, but between 1994 and 1996 many similar artist (if one can actually attempt a grouping or comparison) attempted such change in there own styles, sometimes to appeal to a more minimalism-prone or even a noise-oriented crowd. Nonetheless, another great, if challenging release.