Radio Massacre International - Antisocial mp3 album
Radio Massacre International 2008 Antisocial. jpg 01. Percussive Maintenance. ape 02. Loose Metal Compound. Radio Massacre Internacional - Antisocial - 2008, APE (tracks), lossless. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Radio Massacre International 2008 Antisocial.
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Radio Massacre International. Radio Massacre International is a trio of British musicians, Steve Dinsdale (Keyboards and Drums), Duncan Goddard (Keyboards and Bass), and Gary Houghton (Guitar, Synth). There are 12 DAS "albums" although only the first was ever published (as a cassette album); some of the later titles feature other musicians and any plan to release these recordings would mean hunting down the participants to obtain clearance. The history of the band dates back to the late 1970s, when Steve and Duncan went at the same school. They also debuted Radio Massacre International as a live act at the Emma festival in Sheffield in the same year. In 1996, they were invited to perform on MTVs "Party Zone", making them probably the only band to play a live piece on the dance-orientated show that did not contain a single discernible beat.
Antisocial" is a song by the French hard rock band Trust, from their album Répression. The song was written by Bernie Bonvoisin and Norbert Krief. Unusually for a hard rock track, it was played on mainstream radio stations RTL and France Inter, helping the album sell over 800,000 copies in 1980. Evoking a dehumanised, individualistic and brutal society, the lyrics captured the alienation of a generation disillusioned by the excesses of its elders and the 1973 oil crisis.
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|3||Coppers In The Jar For Soundproofing||15:07|
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