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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

We're Late For Class - # 20 A Collection (USA)

A Collection (2008) We're Late For Class
  • This is a great collection of stoned improvised music and the best way to get introduced to this anarchic very creative unit of space invaders. Quote: "If you don't like this well-sequenced set of drug-induced space hymns, then you'll know to ignore the rest of our shit...".
  • Several other blogs already posted this collection, but since the WLFC post of "Set the Controls..." had so many download hits, I think it is quite justified to post this one here as well. Especially since it is so good.
  • Enjoy and check out their site!
(mp3 zip, 10 songs, 103,7 MB, 76 min)
1. It's a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl - 4.56
2. Burden Bearers (of Aristocracy) - 4.54
3. (Hand me That) Revolutionary Coat - 5.50
4. (Another) Summer of Heigel - 8.33
5. Theme to John Carpenter's King Heroin - 9.07
6. Blunt Force Trauma (unit) - 9.42
7. Fukhausen (excerpt) - 2.22
8. Tommy Reese's DTs (Relapse) - 11.42
9. A Buoy, 40 Yards Out - 8.20
10. Final Moments of Barry Cowsill (Redux 4) - 10.08

1 comment:

We're Late For Class said...

Hey Mike,

Thanks a million for the extra plugs. We appreciate the kind words and the nifty exposure you're giving us here at homemade lofi. You're doing some cool (and very helpful) posting that lot of us dig. MANY thanks again.