Regurgitator - Tu-Plang + Tu mp3 album
Indie Rock Regurgitator. Band Name Regurgitator. Дата релиза Май 1996. Лейблы Warner Music Group.
Following the success of their first two EPs, the band made an unusual move by travelling to Thailand to record their first full-length album. Made on a comparatively small budget at a famed pop studio in Bangkok, Tu-Plang (ตู้เพลง; Thai for 'Jukebox'), largely featured a mixture of rock and hip hop, which was particularly evident on its third single release "Kong Foo Sing". Regurgitator created and participated in the Band in a Bubble project in 2004, a new reality TV-inspired media stunt sponsored and broadcast by Australian music channel, Channel V. The band entered a small glass recording studio, built in Federation Square in the centre of Melbourne, to record their new album.
1997 studio album by Regurgitator. Regurgitator had just completed their eleventh extensive Australian tour (with The Fauves and Tomorrow People), when they planned to start recording a follow-up to their first album, Tu-Plang. This was delayed when the band decided to make their third trip to America to do a tour with bands Helmet and The Melvins.
Regurgitator's Tu-Plang. is an utterly misbegotten funk-rap-metal fusion which, much as the band's name implies, offers merely another rehash of the usual genre fare. The group's songs strive to tackle the big issues - domestic violence, gangsta rap, global economics - but instead of offering insight or even wit, they crumble into cliches and crude posturing; "G7 Dick Does the Electro Boogie" finds an allegory for the GATT agreement in a slew of anal rape euphemisms, while "Pop Porn" goes so overboard in attacking rap misogyny that.
Regurgitator – Tu-Plang. Style: Alternative Rock. referencing Tu-Plang, LP, Album, RE, V130V. Reply Notify me Helpful.
This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile TuPlan. lbum starts at 138BPM, ends at BPM (-138), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Regurgitator.
Tu-Plang (ตู้เพลง Thai for Jukebox) (1996) was the first album released by Regurgitator after making two EPs. The band chose to record the album in Bangkok, Thailand, to the quandary of its label, Warner Music, which was uncertain as to what terms A&R executive Michael Parisi had contracted. Track 5, "Miffy's Simplicity" was the third single released in Australia. O" is an abbreviation of 'Fuck Shit Off'. It was the first single from the album to be released in Australia. Ely later said, "Quan wrote this about his sister-in-law and how she got married to this guy who turned out to be a brut and was violent with her. This song is his anger at the situation. Track 13 is an up-tempo version of "Blubber Boy" off the band's second EP, New. Reception.
|1||Kong Foo Sing (Album Version)||2:58|
|2||F.S.O. (Album Version)||1:43|
|3||Young Bodies Heal Quickly (Album Version)||2:32|
|4||Miffy's Simplicity (Album Version)||1:31|
|5||Hang Up (Non-Album Track)||2:46|
|6||Track 1 (Album Version)||2:48|
- Producer, Mixed By, Engineer, Recorded By – Magoo , Regurgitator
NotesCD packaged with back inlay only.
Tracks 1-4 from Reprise Album Tu-Pang.
Track 6 from Reprise EP Now.