Various ‎– Doing God's Work: 25 Years Of Streetcleaner

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1 Dying Of The Light Like Rats
Vocals, Bass – Chris RigbyVocals, Guitar, Programmed By – Rangi Powick
5:45
2 AMANTRA Christbait Rising 6:55
3 Luke Lund* Pulp
Vocals [Shouts], Drum Programming [Machinery], Mixed By [Manipulation], Guitar [Whines And Drones] – Luke Lund*
9:54
4 mumble(speak) Dream Long Dead
Melodica, Synth, Guitar – Matt Warren (3)
3:53
5 Lusca Dream Long Dead
Bass, Drum Machine – I.*Guitar, Vocals – M.*
6:04
6 Monotremata Head Dirt
Vocals, Instruments, Drum Machine – Chris*
3:57
7 Concrete/Field Devastator
Noises – Mark ChickenfishSounds [Resistance Sounds] – People Of Turkey, Syra & Gaza
3:41
8 Mach1nes 0f 1ndeterm1nate 0r1g1n* Mighty Trust Krusher
Drums, Vocals, Guitar – Matt Warren (2)Guitar – Aaron MetcalfPerformer – Machines Of Indeterminate OriginProducer, Mixed By – M010*
5:10
9 Wizards Tell Lies Life Is Easy
Cello – Simon McCorryInstruments [Water Pipe] – Laica (3)Performer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Wizards Tell LiesVocals – April Larson
8:14
10 Wormsiren Streetcleaner 8:28
11 clive henry (2) Streetcleaner (Secret Angels Threefold Version) 6:23
12 Savier_BFC, Daniel Mitchell (2) Locust Furnace
Backing Vocals – Laura Suárez
4:36
13 Chuter* + Lizzy Maries Locust Furnace
Music By – Chuter*Vocals – Lizzy Maries
4:42

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On 13th November 1989, underground hardcore/death metal label Earache Records released 'Streetcleaner', the debut full-length album by a duo called Godflesh (20-year-old Justin Broadrick and his friend GC "Benny" Green). It wasn't a hit. However, those it did resonate with took it deep into their hearts and the album and band became cult favourites. Influential yet overlooked.

Twenty-five years later, to mark the anniversary of this momentous release, I gathered together friends and colleagues from both the Avalanchers message board and further afield to interpret songs from this legendary album in their own way, in tribute to its timelessness and power.

This album is the result.

Full colour cover art by Luke Lund printed on 200gsm card. Includes A5 insert.
NB: Emissaries of Syn "Devastator/Mighty Trust Krusher" is download-only and doesn't appear on the CDR.

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