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The Monsoon Bassoon / Rothko - Wall Of Suss #1 FLAC album


Performer: The Monsoon Bassoon
Genre: Rock
Title: Wall Of Suss #1
Released: 2000
Style: Post Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1141 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1952 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 150
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On Cover: This record is the first in an ongoing series of collaborations featuring the monsoon bassoon. Track A is an interpretation of Rothko's 'seventyseven A', the original version of which appears on their debut album A Negative For Francis on Lo Recordings (LCD12). Track AA is an interpretation of the monsoon bassoon's 'fuck you fuck your telescope', the original of which appears on the debut album I Dig Your Voodoo on Weird Neighbourhood Records (WNR54). On Label: & World Neighborhood Records 2000. made in UK. Recommendations.

The label's first release was the debut Monsoon Bassoon single, the double A-side Wise Guy/28 Days In Rocket Ship. Much to the band's astonishment, this was awarded Single of the Week in New Musical Express. Wall of Suss 1 saw the band working with Rothko and Wall Of Suss 2 was a collaboration with Max Tundra. In mid-2001, The Monsoon Bassoon provided three tracks for the "Summer 2001" box-set release in Day Release Records’ "Four Seasons Singles Club" series (alongside Defeat The Young and The Naysayer). It's Morphine trying some rather less stuporific narcotics.

Before the split of The Monsoon Bassoon, Torabi toured as guitarist with former Pogues member Spider Stacy's group, Wisemen which also featured other ex-Pogues After line-up changes, the group became The Vendettas. Torabi co-wrote and produced an album with Spider in 2003, but the project was shelved in the wake of the Pogues' reunion that year Torabi has subsequently expressed an interest in releasing the album on his own Believer's Roast label. Wall of Suss 1 7" split single with Rothko 2000 WNRS5. Wall of Suss 2 7" split single with Max Tundra 2000 WNRS6. Summer 2001: 4 Seasons Singles Club 3 x CD 2001 DRSUM01 featuring The Noosemaker, God Bless The Monsoon Bassoon and Brickfields.

In 1965, the album charted on Billboard's "Top Pop Albums" chart. The album was originally released in 1965 as The Village Fugs Sing Ballads of Contemporary Protest, Point of Views, and General Dissatisfaction on Folkways Records before the band signed up with ESP-Disk, who released the album under its own label with a new name in 1966

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Monsoon Bassoon* N73
Producer – Crawford Blair, The Monsoon Bassoon*Written-By – Rothko
AA Rothko Fuck You Fuck Your Endoscope
Producer – RothkoWritten-By – Chudley*, Keddie*, Torabi*, Osborne*, Measures*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Shellshock
  • Copyright (c) – Weird Neighbourhood Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Weird Neighbourhood Records

Notes

On Cover:
This record is the first in an ongoing series of collaborations featuring the monsoon bassoon.
Track A is an interpretation of Rothko's 'seventyseven A', the original version of which appears on their debut album A Negative For Francis on Lo Recordings (LCD12).
Track AA is an interpretation of the monsoon bassoon's 'fuck you fuck your telescope', the original of which appears on the debut album I Dig Your Voodoo on Weird Neighbourhood Records (WNR54).

On Label:
[c]&[p] World Neighborhood Records 2000.
made in UK.