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  • Singer: Muslimgauze
  • Album: United States Of Islam
  • MP3: 1132 mb | FLAC: 1729 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Tribal, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 604
  • Format: WMA MOD RA DXD MIDI MP3 MMF
Muslimgauze - United States Of Islam mp3 flac

Muslimgauze started at the time of Israel's invasion of Lebanon. As interest in the political situations of the Middle East evolved alongside interest in it's music. Since then support for the . has been a source of influence upon the music of Muslimgauze, more so than of the area. From political situations, Muslimgauze create a musical response. Each piece of music is influenced by a political fact. The album opens with "United States Of Islam (Pt 1)", a ten minute piece of percussion and noise. Apart from a vocal loop mixed to a miles distance, and a warn hum, the entire range of instruments used are percussive.

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United States Of Islam (Pt 2). More albums from Muslimgauze: Mort Aux Vaches by Muslimgauze. The Hollows by Muslimgauze. Censored by Muslimgauze. Sandtrafikar by Muslimgauze. View all albums . About.

United States of Islam is a studio album by British electronic musician Muslimgauze, released by Extreme Records in June, 1991. The album is dedicated to "Palestinians killed by Israel on 'Allthnen As Aswad' (Black Monday) at Temple Mount in occupied Jerusalem". United States of Islam (pt 1)" – 10:00. Red Crescent (pt 1)" – 10:30. Muslims of China" – 12:50. Red Crescent (pt 2)" – 10:35. United States of Islam (pt 2)" – 9:45.

Armed with a cleverly provocative title, United showcases a moodier side of Muslimgauze; while the trademark blend of driving percussions and minimalism reigns supreme as always, the general feel is much more dreamy and mysterious than on some of Bryn Jones' more forthright pieces

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Extreme (catalog number XCD 007). This album was released in 1991-06-00 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork.

Artist: Muslimgauze Track: United States Of Islam Part One (Albumtrack Album: United States Of Islam Year: 1991. Muslimgauze - XiaoDubinkingston. From the album "United States of Islam" - 1991. Muslimgauze Files 1Ash Mark. Provided to LVclip by The Orchard Enterprises Red Crescent · Muslimgauze United States Of Islam ℗ 1991 Extreme Released on: 1991-06-19. Red Crescent (Pt 2)Muslimgauze - Topic. Muslimgauze - Betrayal Label: Staalplaat - STCD 058 Format: CD, Album Country: Netherlands Released: Nov 1993 Genre: Electronic Style: Tribal,. Muslimgauze - Indian Summer of Benazir ty.

This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 124/136 BPM). Tracklist - United States of Islam. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

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Tracklist

1 United States Of Islam (Pt 1) 9:46
2 Xiao 11:43
3 Red Crescent (Pt 1) 10:12
4 Muslims Of China 12:26
5 Red Crescent (Pt 2) 10:17
6 United States Of Islam (Pt 2) 9:30

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Extreme
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Extreme
  • Manufactured By – ASL
  • Marketed By – ASL
  • Licensed From – Extreme
  • Glass Mastered At – U.S. Optical Disc

Credits

  • Artwork [Sculpture] – Doriana Corda
  • Design, Executive-Producer – Roger Richards
  • Layout – Fabio Ongarato
  • Photography By – Henry Jolles
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Mike C.
  • Sounds [Samples Of Radio Rabbat By] – The Fakir Brothers
  • Sounds [Thanks For Sounds To The] – Percussion Ensemble Of Iran
  • Written-By, Performer [Played By] – Muslimgauze

Notes

Muslimgauze started at the time of Israel's invasion of Lebanon. As interest in the political situations of the Middle East evolved alongside interest in it's music. Since then support for the P.L.O. has been a source of influence upon the music of Muslimgauze, more so than of the area. From political situations, Muslimgauze create a musical response.

Each piece of music is influenced by a political fact. This recording is dedicated to Palestinians killed by Israel on "Allthnen As Aswad" (Black Monday) at Temple Mount, occupied Jerusalem.

Recorded and mixed in London.
©&℗ Extreme 1991.
Manufactured and marketed in North America by ASL (Associated Soleilmoon Label) under licence from Extreme Australia.
Made in U.S.A.

Tray sleeve reports wrong timings. Correct ones are on the tracklist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: U.S. OPTICAL DISC XCD 007 <01>

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XCD 007 Muslimgauze United States Of Islam ‎(CD, Album) Extreme XCD 007 Germany 1991
XCD 007 Muslimgauze United States Of Islam ‎(CD, Album) Extreme XCD 007 Europe 1991


Vetibert
If like me your first impression of MUSLIMGAUZE has been of their political ideals you may be forgiven for pre-judging this album as a vehicle for their political views. This may have put me off, as the aforementioned beliefs are rather radical but let me assure you that this album has no actual lyrics to it, and the only voices heard are those snatches from Radio Rabbat which occasionally poke through. The album opens with "United States Of Islam (Pt 1)", a ten minute piece of percussion and noise. The whole structure transforms and mutates stopping and starting if and when it likes. Apart from a vocal loop mixed to a miles distance, and a warn hum, the entire range of instruments used are percussive. "Xiao" opens with nasty snarly noises and indiscernable vocals. This once more becomes a percussion track - an easy little pigeon-hole to pop it into, yet there's so much more to it - the amount of different sounds used, and the complexity in which they are arranged makes one's head spin. The two sounds which really stand out are a regularly used cylinder-as-gong, and a bassy tuned drum, around which a barely finite number of hitable things are hit. "Red Crescent (Pt 1)" comes next - again a percussive track, but this one's got a sitar sample / loop and lots of echo on the drums which causes them to cascade in avalanche rolls. This time the obviously-repeated sound is some kind of gong with a short decay time. Next up comes "Muslims Of China" a thudding bass drum driving the track without pause while a vast selection of other drums snap, crack, crash and smash whenever they want to, improvisation which still seems somehow as if it wants to conform, although no one could accuse MUSLIMGAUZE of following easy patterns. Full of small surprises - sustained echoes which themselves form other forms of percussion. The next track is "Red Crescent (Pt 2)" which enters the world riding a sustained, almost ambient hum. It's perhaps even looser, more freeform than the other tracks, yet it seems to retain a certain tension, a sense of threat, or of impending danger. The last track on the album, and the shortest one, clocking in at a mere 9'45" is "United States Of Islam (Pt 2)" - a more upbeat version of the first track, with the same 'running water' sounds and percussion, although a bass drum's steady thump-thump-thump keeps it together a lot more. It could be considered a dub version - the vocal samples & slices have echo-a-plenty. And as per usual, their 1001 percussive sounds weave in and out of each other, making ever-moving patterns. MUSLIMGAUZE rarely use anything but percussion. This doesn't seem to limit then or what they do, although it does make the music travel in an unswerving straight line. This is no criticism - the World would probably be better off with more like MUSLIMGAUZE. Trance music for the Fast Lane. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
Jay
United States of Islam is a very percussion driven album and although all the tribal percussion and overall sound is really nice, the tracks themselves just seem to go nowhere making the whole album rather pointless. The album is full of "yes, now it is coming" moments but it just never comes.
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