By: Muslimgauze (1990, Electronic). Cobra Head Soup by Muslimgauze. Sympathy For The Devil by Muslimgauze. Come And Get It by Muslimgauze. View all albums . Intifaxa. By: Muslimgauze (1990, Electronic).
That's not a bad thing, necessarily, and they do deserve kudos for bravery, since their stance (explicitly pro-P. implicitly anti-Israel) is sure to offend most of the Western world.
Muslimgauze quote, 1990). This album marks the debut of the group on the Australian Extreme label. Probably the album which best introduces the marvellous, very prolific and late Bryn Jones. Rather calm and not too aggressive compared to some other albums but here, our friend with the pretty drums which make travel.
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Muslim Guaze: The Suns Of Arqa Mixes.
- Design [Graphic Design] – Fabio Ongarato
- Engineer – F.W.
- Executive-Producer – Roger Richards
- Mixed By, Remix – Datum Stückzahl
NotesWritten, played, recorded, mixed and engineered in Manchester
This cassette version features two tracks, 'Fatah' and 'Hama', not on the CD release. The track 'Hama' was later re-released on 'Infidel' (Extreme XEP 026), the track 'Fatah' was not re-released on any other release, at least in the present form.
The sounds of Arabia are captured in confident rhythms, a pulsating bass and an enveloping ambience. This musical creativity has progressed over the past ten years to become one of the most inspiring sounds of the nineties. The Arabian countries, which are a catalyst for this release, are captured in each song. Such a picture can only be painted by Muslimgauze.
A contemporary vision of World Music.
Ethnic and Arabic rhythms in a warm seductive state.
|XCD 002, US XCD 002||Muslimgauze||Intifaxa (CD, Album)||Extreme, Extreme||XCD 002, US XCD 002||USA & Canada||1990|
|XCD 002||Muslimgauze||Intifaxa (CD, Album)||Extreme||XCD 002||Australia||1990|
|XCD 002||Muslimgauze||Intifaxa (CD, Album, RE)||Extreme, Extreme Europe||XCD 002||Europe||Unknown|