Boredoms - Super Roots Collection 2 album FLAC
Experimental Rock Boredoms.
Super Roots (CD, Album). WEA, Warner Music Japan Inc. WMC3-41. Marketplace 0 14 For Sale from €. 9.
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Super Roots 9 by Boredoms, released 08 April 2008 1. Super Roots Long regarded as musical pioneers, Boredoms have continually pushed sonic boundaries and inspired musicians for over 20 years. Their albums and their performances defy categorization, each one a completely unique event. The one commonality is that the members of the Boredoms have amazing technical skills as musicians, limitless imagination and the ability to combine the two - as no others have. In conjunction with the release of Super Roots 9 the band will be on their first extensive tour in over two years.
Shortly after this album Boredoms took a well earned hiatus. The band members focused primarily on their solo projects. Not so much a collection of songs as a sprawling psychedelic stream of consciousness, divided into different movements as the band see fit, the Boredoms' Vision Creation Newsun is a neo-psychedelic freakout par excellence, the band dialling back their noise rock roots without entirely disconnecting from them so that a slight air of dissonance and chaos underlies proceedings. This album is less striking than Super Roots 5, but equally important, as it helped shape the details of band's sound as they neared the inevitable breakthrough album "Super Ae" (1998), which was presumably the culmination towards which the entire Super Roots experiment had been leading.
Because of its short duration, it was the only Super Roots not to be rereleased by Vice Records in 2007. Sexy Boredoms" – 0:55. Go Come Uparks" – 1:18. White Plastic See-Thru Finger" – 2:02. Boxodous (Noise Ramones Mix)" – 0:32.
The original Super Roots EP from 1993 (94 in the . In this case, that means the music is all over the place: "Pop Kiss" begins with a triple count-off ("1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4!") to precisely not much. As a coherent statement, Super Roots isn't. As a Boredoms product from the time, it's more than typical. Things started getting interesting (as in more so than stick interesting) with Super Roots 3 from 1994. Consisting of a single track, the half-hour, perfectly named "Hard Trance Away (Karaoke of the Cosmos)" was a straightforward fusion of hardcore punk and purity through repetition.
|Super Roots 5|
|Super Roots 8|
|3||Jungle Taitei (D.J. Let's Try And D.I.Y.)||2:41|
|4||Jungle Taitei (Laughter Robots Hemp Mix)||7:50|