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Big City Orchestra - Annual 1989 FLAC Performer: Big City Orchestra
Album: Annual 1989
Country: US
Released: 1990
Style: Experimental, Industrial, Avantgarde, Sound Collage, Spoken Word
Label: UBUIBI
Genre: Electronic / Not music
Size FLAC: 1399 mb.
Size MP3: 2660 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 363
Record Source: Cassette, Compilation




Tracklist


1Albin Haller (Excerpt)
2Drouot
3Amsterdam
4Intrinsic Irre
5Custine
6Backpain Rehearsals
7Eveillard (Excerpt)


Credits


  • PerformerBrook Hinton, Choronzon, Cliff Neighbors, Crawling With Tarts, Das, David Gardner, Tapeloop Fruitloop, G.X.Larsen, Kingshouse, Pete Leeming, Robo , T-Bone Juju


Notes


A1 taken from Painfull Audio Enema, Lowlife Audio
A2 taken from Childhood Rememberences, Seiten Sprung Aufnahmen
A3 taken from Bretagne, Nihilistic Recordings
B1 taken from Des Feurs, We Never Sleep
B2 taken from Aime-Morot, Harsh Reality Music
B3 taken from Obivion Realized, Minus Habens
B4 taken from film "Backpain", live soundtrack


Album


Big City Orchestra is a long-running artanti-art group based generally in California. They have an ever rotating cast of musician and nonmusician members. They were formed in 1979 as the house band for a network of artist residences in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. Baobab Cass Biotope Art Organization. Bretagne Cass, C60 Nihilistic Recordings. Fresh Prezzies - Exclusive Tracks for Radio and Friends CDr ubuibi. Gaiement Cass Le Réseau. 1989 annual by big city orchestra, ubuibi, released 31 December 1989 1. drought 2. amsterdam 3. albin haller 4. intrinsic irre 5. custine 6. evillard excerpt 7. back pain. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 2 USD or more. Big City Orchestra. Профиль: One of the most idiosyncratic and original groups of the past two decades, BCO is not your standard Orchestra. Big City Orchestra: Das - percussion Ninah Pixie - voice, reeds Andy Cowitt - voice, reeds, bass guitar Polly Moller - flutes, percussion Suki O' City Orchestra: Long-running artanti-art group based generally in California. PZM In Can On Piano, PZM On Plate In Piano, Untitiled и другие песни. Listen to online Big City Orchestra - Annual 1989, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Big City Orchestra - Annual 1989 from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label UBUIBI catalog number none. This album was released in 1990 year. Date of Copyright . The complete Big City Orchestra Annual 1989 album info and tracklist. Browse the latest album releases on Anthology 1984-1989. слушайте с пользой. У нас есть подкасты обо всём на свете Интересно. Los Angeles, USA. Annual 1990 Cass - UBUIBI 1991. The Four Cassettes of the Apocalypse CD - Subelectrick Institute 1991. Beatlerape CD - Realization Recordings 1993. Don't Let Him Touch You Cass, Album, C60 - BLACK ORCHID Productions 1999. Everyman Is a Volume CDr - Korm Plastics 1999. Arc of Infinity CDr - Harsh Reality Music 2000. Block Cedar Oakandstraw: Would CDr - Blade Records 2001. Eurotour 2001 CDr - UBUIBI 2001. New Beat for Baby CD, Album - Negative Foundation 2002. Scarab CDr - EE Tapes 2002. Big City Orchestra is a long running artanti-art group based generally in California. With an ever rotating cast of musician and nonmusician members. Formed in 1979 as house band for network of artist residences in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. Almost comedically prolific, BCO sailed th read more

I think Das gave me this tape around 1991 when I saw him at the cafe in our neighborhood.
I probably hadn't listened to it since around that time but recently I've been making some
headway with my old cassette archives, and, you know, checking some of this stuff out.
Some of it perhaps even for the first time. This one turned out to be a real gem of a tape.
A total hodgepodge of weird ass random shit, but wholly enchanted nevertheless. After
all, that's kind of what BCO is really good at "weird random shit". But it's much more
than that. There is some deeply entrenched real world cultural commentary that is
revealing itself through the listeners perspective. It builds up to a very interesting
sound collage. So glad I have this. It's fricking awesome!!