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Cane - Pure Self Contamination download album

  • Performer: Cane
  • Title: Pure Self Contamination
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1996
  • MP3 album: 1658 mb
  • FLAC album: 1577 mb
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Cane - Pure Self Contamination download album

Pure Self Contamination by Cane, released 04 October 1996 1. God Theory 2. Nailed Down 3. Rake 4. Selfless. Since we started in 1994, our oeuvre expanded to album and CD releases. Pop Gun is associated with two other labels, Sexy Diablo and Who's The Daddy Now? Pop Gun Records has been based in London, UK since 2000 and has been on an extended hiatus since 2002.

A1 Selfles A2 Nailed Down B1 GodTheory B2 Rake. 1. Cane Mangia Cane - Hate e Surf. 2. Nailed Down - Insane Australian Trash Punk. 3. Lobotomy - Nailed In Misery. 4. zhOra - Feet Nailed To The Ground. 5. Johnny Bush - Rake Me Over The Coals, Jealously Insane.

Cane Pure Self Contamination. Modified by: Grief Of Adoration. Added on: 2012-06-24 17:07:56. Last modified on: 2018-10-21 12:16:38.

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For Pure Expenditure, her debut on Dais Records, Mao continues to weave a labyrinth of electronic pattern, with an often economical usage of repeating sequences and ethereal stasis to drive the narrative. The title refers to the sovereign release of a surplus energy, divorced from all imperatives of utility, which otherwise threatens to become morbid. In the context and construct of the album’s format, Pure Expenditure reaches into the psyche of sacrifice and the danger of excess, not in a traditional allegory, but in the actual investigation of where energy is absorbed and how it’s often negatively seeped into moral fiber. While the albums’ seven tracks don’t offer so much as a resolution to these conundrums as they do a case study, Mao’s sound has developed forcibly into the conscientious voice of systematic injustice, albeit often without syntax.

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