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MuslimgauzeMullah Said

Label:
Staalplaat – MUSLIMLIM 018
Format:
CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
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Tracklist

1Mullah Said12:17
2Every Grain Of Palestinian Sand10:32
3Muslims Die India12:31
4Every Grain Of Palestinian Sand10:53
5Muslims Die India16:27
6An End2:38
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Edition of 1,000 hand-numbered Digipak copies.

Recorded at the Abraham Mosque, Manchester.

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  • Matrix / Runout: A0100250605-0101 14 AO
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94C5

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Mullah Said (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Repress)StaalplaatMUSLIMLIM 018Netherlands2008
Mullah Said (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)Staalplaatarchive forty eightNetherlands2018
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Mullah Said (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress)Staalplaatarchive forty eightNetherlands2021
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Mullah Said (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, Green)Staalplaatarchive forty eightNetherlands2021

Reviews

Eanomo's profile picture
Eanomo
Damned to have missed this one. Repress Staalplaat please !
doctrine's profile picture
doctrine
There is definitely demand for another CD repress as well...
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jackthetab
It is the perfect intoxication of urban middle eastern tribal trance mixed with powerful echoed and manipulated vocal samples. The drumming keeps building and building into an intense conflict of political oppression. This is Bryn Jones at his best and one of the best examples of who Muslimgauze really is. The digipak album is beautiful and well worth having the original release.
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pedrolynce
Edited 4 years ago
staalplaat should release this masterpiece on wax!
apparently there's a forthcoming double LP on staalplaat.
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satur9nine
The sound on this album is intoxicating, mysterious and menacing. I prefer it when Bryn avoids using harshly distorted and loudly clipped samples of voices and drums, luckily there are long segments here without those. I particularly enjoy the 2nd and 4th tracks which move at a fairly speedy clip, I believe the primary buzzing sound is an electric sitar but I am not certain, regardless the combination of pounding drums, bells, sitar and what may be a zither is astounding. I've listened to only a few other Muslimgauze albums and haven't found many worth relistening other than this one and the one titled "A Gulf Between Us". I'd welcome others to recommend music similar to this album by other artists or Muslimgauze.