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  • Singer: Art & Language
  • Album: Corrected Slogans
  • MP3: 1708 mb | FLAC: 1298 mb
  • Released: 1997
  • Country: US
  • Style: Art Rock, Avantgarde
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Art & Language And The Red Crayola - Corrected Slogans mp3 flac

First Manufactured in 1976. The booklet depicts the front and back covers of the first reissue of the LP. Inside the booklet the sleeve of the very first issue is reproduced as well. It also contains the song texts. This is a wonderful record. Its lyrics are incantabile, the singers can't sing, the music is quite simplicistic, you rarely hear more than a single instrument - but the result is simply a unique, very atmospheric and homogenous album, precious, intellectually inspiring and not to be compared with anything else. You might call it "Proto-Punk" in the sense of its inner freedom. This is an extremely underrated album, regrettably it is almost unknown and I have to admit, that I wonder how it could do this? Reply Notify me Helpful.

Red Krayola leader Mayo Thompson does most of the singing in his usual near-operatic squall, although other members contribute recitations. The wildly complex lyrics are among the most literate and thought-provoking of their time, with a refreshing lack of simplistic sloganeering and an almost Dadaist sense of whimsy. The 20 tracks range from very brief to rather expansive, with musical backing ranging from minimalist piano to what sounds like an oompah band on acid

The album was adopted by Drag City and was re-issued on CD in 1997. All tracks written by Michael Baldwin, Philip Pilkington, and Mayo Thompson. Jesse Chamberlain – drums. Colin Bateman – engineering, mixing, recording. Thomas Duffy – engineering, mixing, recording.

Overall, SLOGANS' only album is, along with HOPO, a nice entry into the tail end of 1970s RPI, which would essentially lie dormant until the emergence of NUOVA ERA in 1988-these guys were definitely swimming upstream! This is a good album, one to acquire especially if you're an RPI.

Red Crayola - Corrected Slogans - 1976 14 - Don't Talk To Sociologists. wav Pre-gap length 0:00:01.

In stock now for same day shipping. Drag City US. Format: LP Cat: DC 96LP Released: 21 Apr 15 Genre: Indie.

Tracklist

1 Maharashtra
2 Keep All Your Friends
3 Imagination I & II
4 Coleridge Vs Martineau
5 Exemplification
6 Postscript To SDS' Infiltration
7 War Dance I & II
8 An Harangue
9 Ergastulum
10 The Mistakes Of Trotsky... Thesmophoriazusae
11 Louis Napoleon
12 Seven Compartments
13 Petrichenko
14 Don't Talk To Sociologists...
15 What Are The Inexpensive Things The Panel Most Enjoys ?... An International
16 History
17 It's An Illusion
18 Penny Capitalists
19 Plekhanov
20 Natura Facit Saltus

Credits

  • Drums – Jesse Chamberlain
  • Engineer – Colin Bateman, Doug Pomeroy, Thomas Duffy*, Wieslaw Woszczyk
  • Producer – Art & Language, The Red Crayola*
  • Written-By – M. Thompson*, M. Baldwin*, P. Pilkington*

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Acorn Records Ltd., Stonesfield, Oxford, England and at Basement/Big Apple Studio, 112 Green Street, New York, NY, USA.

Total duration is 46:51.

(P)&(C) Art & Language and The Red Crayola
(P)&(C) Drag City 1997

First Manufactured in 1976

The booklet depicts the front and back covers of the first reissue of the LP. Inside the booklet the sleeve of the very first issue is reproduced as well. It also contains the song texts.

Second reissue of this record.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Art & Language Music-Language: Corrected Slogans ‎(LP) Art & Language Foundation, Music-Language none US 1976
DC96 Art & Language And The Red Crayola* Art & Language And The Red Crayola* - Corrected Slogans ‎(LP, RE) Drag City DC96 US 2015
none Art & Language And The Red Crayola* Art & Language And The Red Crayola* - Corrected Slogans ‎(LP, RE, 3rd) Not On Label (Art & Language And The Red Crayola Self-Released) none UK 1982


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This is a wonderful record. Its lyrics are incantabile, the singers can't sing, the music is quite simplicistic, you rarely hear more than a single instrument - but the result is simply a unique, very atmospheric and homogenous album, precious, intellectually inspiring and not to be compared with anything else. You might call it "Proto-Punk" in the sense of its inner freedom. This is an extremely underrated album, regrettably it is almost unknown and I have to admit, that I wonder how it could do this?
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