The International Noise Conspiracy entered the scene in 1998, with members of Separation, Refused, the Doughnuts,
Saidiwas and The Female Anchor of Sade. They describe themselves this
way: Phil Oches once said that the perfect rock outfit would be a
combination of Elvis and Che Guevara. That's what we in the beginning
set out to become. It turned out to be a somewhat eupdated version of
that vision. SOmething like a symbiosis of The Who and Guy Debord. Or
The Jame and Noam Chomsky. Yeah, you know who they are. This single
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Hamish from San Francisco, CA
Mar 3 2002
Smash It Up is one of T(I)NC's best songs, but the b-sides are slightly below average. However, the CD does have the video for Smash It Up, which is pretty cool. I guess it's worth getting if you're a big T(I)NC fan, but newbies should check out New Morning, Changing Weather or Survival Sickness instead. If you want a cheap sampler of the band, check out the Reproduction of Death single, because the b-sides are way better.
Cody from Texas City, TX
Sep 25 2001
This is a great song with 2 good other songs to back it up that you can't find anywhere else. Along with this comes the video which is great also.
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