Negativland - U2 album FLAC
Negativland is Negativland's first album, released by Seeland Records in June 1980. Each copy of the album has a different cover. This required a small run of only 15,000 copies. Unlike all other Negativland albums, this album has no titles for the songs, just numbers. This is the rarest Negativland album, next to the misprinted Dispepsi albums and the U2 . This album was recorded when Mark Hosler and Richard Lyons were in high school and at the age of 17. Track listing
Negativland is Negativland's first album, released by Seeland Records in June 1980. Negativland. Free is a 1993 Negativland album. In the wake of leaving SST Records, Negativland revived their self-owned Seeland Records label, signed a distribution deal with Mordam Records, and released this album. The main topics are about liberty, the media, and what it means to be free
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Negativland were sued by the band U2's record label, Island Records, and by SST Records, which brought them widespread publicity and notoriety. ABCs and Teletubbies. Following the somewhat unexpected success of this album, Negativland faced the prospect of going on a money-losing tour in 1988. To prevent this, they created a press release which said Negativland were prevented from touring by "Federal Authority Dick Jordan" because of claims that Negativland's song "Christianity Is Stupid" had inspired 16-year-old mass murderer David Brom to kill his family. The press release went on to vigorously deny the purported connection between Negativland and the murders.
Negativland's particular musical practice incorporates found sounds and musical samples into their collage compositions. Membres: Chris Grigg, David Wills (2), Don Joyce, Ian Allen, Jon Leidecker, Mark Hosler, Peter Conheim, Richard Lyons.
To that end, Negativland is offering free downloads of the multi-track master of the two mixes of the song from the hastily deleted 1991 single, with each version broken into eight individual. The purpose, according to a statement released by the band (see below), is to allow for re-mixing, re-purposing and re-inventing in whichever way the listener may choose. Negativland encourages the of this seminal work for whatever reason, whatsoever.