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Ecstasy Of The Agony

Alternative Tentacles 252

Released on October 10, 2000

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More than 27 tracks maxing out the CD length at around 78 minutes from the current roster of Alternative Tentacles punk, noise, demented pop, country and downright odd rock artists. And it's at the cheap-o price that will retail for $5.99! 11 previously un-released tracks (plus 19 tracks that were previously released).

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Causey Way -Geological Lust  0%
2 Jad Fair & Jason Willett -Eat That Cake  0%
3 Noam Chomsky -Excerpt From "A Hard Choice"  0%
4 Black Kali Ma -I'm O  0%
5 Amebix -Lagactyl  0%
6 Mumia Abu-Jamal -Prisons Vs. Preschools  0%
7 Nomeansno -Hello-Goodbye Voted #2  33%
8 Slim Cessna's Auto Club -Jackson  0%
9 Ratos De Porao -Caos  0%
10 Angela Davis -Excerpt From "Making A Difference"  0%
11 Fartz -Police Force 06/16/00  0%
12 Wesley Willis -Termits Ate My House Up  0%
13 Pitchshifter -Un-United Kingdom Live  0%
14 Creeps On Candy -Her Song  0%
15 Dicks -Sidewalk Begging  0%
16 Snfu -Questions, Questions, Questoins?  0%
17 No WTO Combo -New Feudalism  0%
18 Victim's Family -I'm Being Followed Around By The CIA Voted #1  50%
19 Not So Quiet On The Western Fr -Premature Amusement  0%
20 Half Japanese -Temptations Voted #3  17%
21 Los Infernos -Demons  0%
22 Jello Biafra -Excerpt From "The Green Wedge"  0%
23 BGK -Race Riot  0%
24 Lard -Ballad From Marshall Ledbetter  0%
25 False Prophets -Overkill  0%
26 Howard Zinn -Excerpt From "Corporate Welfare"  0%
27 Dead & Gone -Kiyomoto  0%
28 Pachinko -EZ Jesus  0%
29 Queen Bee -Baraboo  0%
30 Iowaska -Modranicht  0%
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Joe from Lancaster, OH 
Feb 19 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

a new compilation from jello's very diverse label, AT Records. it starts off with 2 really odd, expiremental type bands that i think on here as a joke (i hope), then an excerpt from noam chomsky, one of the brightest thinkers of our time, talking about our idiot goverment killing iraqians, another example of how capitalism and human rights dont mix, a good short speech. aw, now on to track #4, the first punk band on here, black kali ma. uuummm.... very odd. ok, now amebix, the band that first invented that whole crusty metal/punk sound with a really cool song. up next a speech from mumia about our tax dollars screwing over pre-schoolers so the gov't can fuck over people in prison. now an alright no means no song, a stupid country song, song short speed-metal song, a good speech by angela b. davis, a fuckin' sweet song by the fartz, one of wesley willis' really goofy songs, 9 more good punk rock songs by some pretty well known punk bands on AT like snfu and pitchshifter, a spoken word by jello about the green party, a cool bgk song, a really really cool lard song from 70's rock must die, then a few more punk songs along with a howard zinn spoken word about "corporate welfare". over all a good cd, not great but worth the 5 bucks. steal it from sam goody or order it on line.

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