Extnddntwrk - Counter-beats download album
counter-beats by extnddntwrk, released 24 May 2013 1. attention 2. badpenny (remix) 3. byeye (remix) 4. calms 5. dance mate 6. careless reprize 7. de-bris 8. drift shift 9. for the masses(£5. 60mix) 10. funkiss 11. glucose 12. layby (remix) 13. letby (remix) 14. lostby (kill it mix) 15. navigator (ppo) 16. snow 17. standby (remix) 18. snreaker 19. traditional dance 20. TV ending 21. warped seas 22. wiped out 23. tangerin.
Not On Label (Extnddntwrk Self-released) – none. Format: 23 File, MP3, Album.
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sit down with a cup. of tea and a slice of cake,watch a documentary program you might learn something, maybe play this album in the background if you have the right equipment. Anyway music for all ages.
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However, by looking generally at some of the areas where the Beats’ influence occurred, what it influenced, and to what extent, this will expose other voices and locations, which I hope will better inform the argument I wish to make. It is important to consider the social contexts of the Fifties to be able to understand why the Beats’ work was considered to be so significant. One of the central themes in historical narratives of the Beats is a description of a prevailing climate of conformity in post-war America . Why so? Gitlin argues that ‘if the true-blue Fifties was affluence, the Beats’ counter-Fifties was voluntary poverty’. This mindset is best displayed in Norman Mailer’s influential 1959 essay ‘The White Negro’.
|9||For The Masses (£5.60mix)||4:47|
|14||Lostby (Kill It Mix)||2:29|
- Written-By – Andrew Fearn