underground resistance, Urban Tribe ,B.F.C. mp3 flac
- MP3: 1756 mb | FLAC: 1480 mb
- Released: 1990
- Style: Techno
- Rating: 4.8/5
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underground resistance Urban Tribe . underground resistance, Urban Tribe,. MP3 format RAR archive. 1954 downloads at 29 mb/s. WMA format RAR archive. 1472 downloads at 33 mb/s. FLAC format RAR archive. 1121 downloads at 31 mb/s. Label: Retroactive – CAD 00. Type: 12" Country: US Date of released: 1990 Category: Electronic Style: Techno. Related music albums. Jorge Ballesteros - Resistance.
Urban Tribe, Detroit Sherard Ingram, (DJ Stingray, Stingray313, Mystic Tribe . com/u2/512/877/ ut2010. com/u2/879/372/ ut2010 2. jpeg) Sep 2010, Label:Mahagoni Music, Catalog. 2010 is a busy year for Sherard Ingram, what with his Planet E release and Urban Tribe album finding him a new generation of followers. For Dublin's Naked Lunch label he offers two classically crafted Stingray productions, following in the vein of his albums for Rephlex and 12"s for Pomelo and Wémé.
After releasing a number of singles solo, Ingram garnered help by Carl Craig, Anthony Shakir and Kenny Dixon, Jr. for Urban Tribe's first full length album. There have been other members, such as Mariska Neerman.
Urban Tribe - Collapse of Modern Culture. - Please Stand By (1990). My homemade dedication to Carl Craig with 'Please Stand By' under the pseudonym . Under BFC, Craig also created the now infamous track 'The Climax. Also appearing on this EP, Retroactive Records first release, called 'Equinox Chapter One,' is Underground Resistance 'The Theory' and Sherard Ingram with Urban Tribe and 'Covert Action,' The first of seven brilliant Retroactive Records releases, this music is made all.
UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE. What some don't know is that the original UR trio was Mike, Jeff, and a woman named Yolanda Reynolds!
Underground Resistance (commonly abbreviated to UR) is a musical collective from Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America. They are the most militantly political outcropping of modern Detroit techno, with a grungy, four-track musical aesthetic and a strictly anti-mainstream business strategy.
Underground Resistance is the most militantly political outcropping of modern urban American techno. Combining a grubby, four-track aesthetic, an almost strictly DIY business philosophy, and an oppositional, militaristic ethos similar to Public Enemy without the drama (or the familiarity; the members refuse to be photographed without bandanas obscuring their identities), UR have redirected their portion of the Detroit techno legacy to social activist ends, trading mainstream popularity and financial success for independence and self-determination.