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    MuslimgauzeBlue Mosque

    Label:Staalplaat – ST CD 081
    Format:
    2 x CD, Album
    Country:Netherlands
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Ambient, Dub, Experimental, Tribal

    Tracklist

    one:
    1-1Muzzel Of Deceit2:53
    1-2Yusef6:00
    1-3Bir Zeit6:29
    1-4Rattan Kiss12:25
    1-5Bitter Citrus5:25
    1-6Qiblah5:46
    1-7Futile Arad Search6:04
    1-8Blue Mosque3:30
    1-9Fadhaa4:01
    two:
    2-1Bandit Queen3:29
    2-2Freedom Fighter2:48
    2-3Kirpan6:30
    2-4Galbanum Tingktyur4:08
    2-5Pakistani Nuclear Box10:07
    2-6Muilah Rockets3:58
    2-7Zingari5:09
    2-8Blue Mosque6:50
    2-9I Am Khalid Al Istambuli6:15
    2-10I Am Khalid Al Istambuli1:35
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    Dedicated to the architecture of Mimar Sinan and to all Arabs killed by Israel.

    Released 1998-2000.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Scanned): 753907388121
    • Barcode (Text): 7 5390-73881-2 1
    • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): A0000058985-0102 34 A0 [DADC logo]
    • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L555
    • Mould SID Code (Disc 1 + 2): IFPI 942C
    • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): A0000058985-0202 24 A0 [DADC logo]
    • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L554

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Blue Mosque (2×CD, Album, Repress)StaalplaatSTCD 081Netherlands1999

    Reviews

    jackthetab's profile picture
    jackthetab
    This album truly is remarkable and defining. It is Bryn Jones during the height of his music. The music is more focused, less glitchy and significantly more laid back. Ambient and a tribal hypnotic middle eastern trance journey, minimal, yet powerful. The vocals, which can be far and few, often repetitive, never lose focus, never become the focus and never losing sight of the cause.
    AngryIndustrialist's profile picture
    AngryIndustrialist
    Excellent, mid-nineties Staalplaat-era Muslimgauze. The beats are harsh, hypnotic, sleepy, sweaty, and juxtaposed against droning ambience. There is less dub influence in this one (cf. Syrinjia), and a more definitely "Arabic" feel (although without so many vocal samples, as in Baghdad or similar albums). The song structures, too, are a bit more "traditional" (if that's really a word that can be used here) in that they don't have that "stop and then start" jarring feel that some of the later works have. Blue Mosque really feels like a transition piece from the furiousness of the early-nineties albums on Extreme (United States of Islam, Zul'm, etc.) and Jones's final works.

    Basically, if somebody were interested in Muslimgauze, this is the album I would let them borrow. There really is nothing quite like Muslimgauze, and if you don't like this one, you probably won't like any of them.