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Black Pig Liberation Front
The Revolution Of Everyday Life
Alternative Rock, Illbient, Post Rock, Hip Hop, Experimental
MP3 archive size:
2477 mb
FLAC archive size:
1743 mb


2Festival Anti-Image In 713:48
3Blast Cap Frequencies; Break Vers.5:44
4When The Two Become One
Remix – Lee Ranaldo
Featuring – Thurston Moore
6Pataphysica Sequentia
Featuring – DJ Spooky
7Static Nomad Wave; Codex 7
Featuring – David Coulter, Palix, Thurston MooreRemix – J.J.Palix
8The Catalyst
Featuring – Serious
9Shaman Trip
Remix – Lee Ranaldo
Featuring – Banyan
Featuring – Anton Price, DJ Low, Thurston Moore
12The Revolution Of Everyday Life
Featuring – DOS
13Frequencies Are The Fetish; Indeterminate Music #2
Featuring – Thurston Moore


  • Text By [Texts]Denis Mahoney


  • Barcode: 5 40071 10042 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 11ES5<5316>FRIN01FR005D SOUND RECORDERS. INC.


  • Pressed By – Sound Recorders Inc., Austin


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