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CulturcideYear One

Label:C.I.A. Records – 007
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Leftfield, Industrial, Lo-Fi, Punk, Noise, Minimal, Experimental, Parody

Tracklist

A1Consider Museums As Concentration Camps
A2Hating My Father
A3Jesus
A4MTV
A5Metaphor Of Love
A6Something Wrong
B1No More Children
Percussion [Left Channel]The Bongoloids (2)
B2Nothing
B3Plague / Disco
B4Instrumental
B5All Along The Watchtower
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Notes

from the insert:
YEAR ONE is cassette recordings of CULTURCIDE live in concert and in living rooms during the first phase of it's existence. Some of these songs are scheduled for release in different forms and contexts in the future. YEAR ONE personnel are JIM CRAINE on synthesizer, synth drums and tape treatments, BILL LONER on bass, saxophone and synthesizer, PERRY WEBB, lyricist, on vocals and pre-recorded tape and DAN WORK MAN on guitar and guitar treatments. Left channel of 'No More Children' by THE BONGOLOIDS, all other percussion is by KORG. Mastering was engineered by ANDY BRADLEY at A.C.A. Studios. THANK YOU all friends and supporters, especially RONNIE BOND, WILLIAM STEEN, ACES 88, THE BONGOLOIDS and REALLY RED.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Sides A & B, stamped): WM [W over M]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 41295-A JCN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 41295-B JCN

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Year One (Cassette, Album, C45)C.I.A. RecordsCASS:007US1982
New Submission
Year One (LP, Test Pressing)C.I.A. Records007US1982
Year One (CDr, Unofficial Release)Dolor Del EstamagononeUnknown

Reviews

  • Bradx's avatar
    Bradx
    Fairly easy to obtain at one point, now a little more difficult (and expensive). This album is more orthodox punk than the follow-up (Tacky Souvenirs....). The lyrics are a cut above most punk/hardcore of the time. The last track on side 2 shows the way the band were heading with its appropriation of Jimi's version of AATW... including a sample from the song. The band exploited this idea wholesale on the follow-up a few years later.
    • pbarry25's avatar
      pbarry25
      Edited 9 years ago
      FYI, despite the different track naming between this original release and the more-recent HotBox 004 "Year One Again" CD release, they appear to be the same songs. That said, this is still a cool release to own on vinyl, what with the inserts and all. :)

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