Underground Resistance ‎– Kamikaze

Label:
World Power Alliance ‎– WPA-001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Etched
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A Kamikaze

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Credits

  • Written-By [Uncredited], Producer [Uncredited]Mad Mike*

Notes

Plays inside-out

Wlh dedication unmatched in history, young men sacrifice their lives for something they believe in. With bravery like that one can never be beaten. Somewhere over the skies of the world there flies one more zero, one more Kamikaze, be warned!!

Etchings from flip side:

W.P.A. World Power Alliance
W.P.A. Backing Plate #1

The World Power Alliance was formed somewhere in Detroit, Michigan U.S.A on May 22, 1992 at 4:28 PM by various elements of the worlds underground legions. The alliance is dedicated to the advancement of the human race by way of sonic experimentation.

W.P.A. World Power Alliance

The World Power Alliance was designed to bring the worlds minds together, to combat the mediocre audio and visual programming being fed to the inhabitants of earth, this programming is stagnating the minds of the people building a wall between races and world peace. This wall must be destroyed, and it will fall.
By using the untapped energy potential of sound, the W.P.A. will smash this wall much the same as certain frequencies shatter glass.
Brothers of the underground transmit your tones and frequencies from all locations of this world and wreak havoc on the programmers.

This is war!
Long live the underground

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WPA-001

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cthulhu303

cthulhu303

May 20, 2008
The introduction by Monte Markham, whose speech is taken from the series of documentaries Air Combat, aired on NBC in the early 1990s, gives way to the screaming sound of a crashing plane that sets the mood. Then, it is rave terror ahead, with a gentle Acid line, techno beats and a roaring hoover. The result sounds a little dated, really and is perhaps only worthwhile for nostalgia value. Yet the break at the end of the second third brings in deep, lush strings that only Mad Mike could have produced. Absolutely timeless moment, that.