Chumbawamba - Anarchy (One Little Indian TPLP 46L) (UK 1994) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

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Chumbawamba - Anarchy (One Little Indian TPLP 46L) (UK 1994) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Chumbawamba - Anarchy
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Cat#: One Little Indian TPLP 46L | Country/Year: UK 1994
Genre: Rock, Pop, Electro, Folk | Hoster: Filesonic/Uploaded

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Chumbawamba - Anarchy (One Little Indian TPLP 46L) (UK 1994) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)


Chumbawamba - Anarchy (One Little Indian TPLP 46L) (UK 1994) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)




Info:

Chumbawamba – Anarchy

Label: One Little Indian
Catalog#: TPLP 46L
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Punk, Synth-pop, Disco

Tracklist:

A1 Give The Anarchist A Cigarette
A2 Timebomb
A3 Homophobia
A4 On Being Pushed
A5 Heaven / Hell
A6 Love Me
A7 Georgina
A8 Doh!

B1 Blackpool Rock
B2 This Year's Thing
B3 Mouthful Of Shit
B4 Never Do What You Are Told
B5 Bad Dog
B6 Enough Is Enough
B7 Rage

Credits:

Accordion – Simon Commonknowledge
Guitar [Additional], Keyboards [Additional] – Neil Ferguson
Mandolin – Geoff Read
Producer, Engineer – Chumbawamba, Neil Ferguson

Notes:

Recorded in January 1994 at Woodlands Studio Castleford.

Some copies included limited edition poster with large version of cover image on one side and 1994 Anarchy tour dates on other.


Discogs Url: http://www.discogs.com/Chumbawamba-Anarchy/release/721248

Review

by Chris Nickson

Guaranteed to disturb and delight, from the cover picture of a baby being born to the no-punches-pulled lyrics, Chumbawamba freely indulges in anarchy – which means life without rules, but quite strict discipline. And, to make their case, they mix pop and politics, putting the iron fist (with its many pop culture references) inside the velvet glove of modern pop music. It's sly, wry, often comic, and they're not afraid of making fun of themselves. In other words, it should both scare and entertain you. It's far from their punk roots, at least musically, with lots of big choruses on songs like "Mouthful of Shit," "Love Me," and "Give the Anarchist a Cigarette," dance beats and fear of the future on "Timebomb," and a distinct nod to folk music – an avenue they'd explored before – with the pointed "Homophobia," which equates prejudice with AIDS. There's a fierce intelligence at work here, not only in the lyrics, where the irony often shines through a little too brilliantly, but in the music, with its judicious use of samples (such as Homer Simpson's "Doh!" or another that sounds like a speeded-up Pink Floyd keyboard lick from Dark Sound of the Moon) and programming – although notably the machines always take second place to the human element. They're not simply chest-thumping or standing on a soapbox decrying everything – they're aiming to hit the members of a younger generation where they live. And even if they're never going to have careers as rappers, at least on the basis of "This Year's Thing," they make their points very clearly, as in the '50s-styled "Georgina," a tale of revenge for wife abuse refracted (or possibly distorted) through the lens of The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. Throughout the album, there's some inspiring music that's made on a shoestring but sounds like a million dollars. The anarchist musical collective known as Chumbawamba not only talks the talks, but also walks the walks. Think and laugh – and don't forget to dance, too. allmusicguide



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