|Performer:||Grey Wolves, The|
|Title:||The Survivalists / Chemisorb|
|Style:||Industrial, Spoken Word, Political, Noise, Speech, Power Electronics, Religious, Sermon|
|Category:||Electronic / Records|
|Other format:||MP4 MP1 TTA MP3 MIDI AIFF AAC|
Comes with two j-cards, one for each band, but with a case. Notes from the Streicher j-card: "saturation overload recording. saturation volume mandatory. safety mechanisms disengaged. Streicher macrosonic systems. one thought, one aim - merciless destruction.
Streicher has been called "Cult material from the darkest depths of the power electronics void. Streicher began in 1984, and was initially named 'Streicher 84' - inspired by two of Xane's favourite Oi! bands, Combat 84 and Condemned 84. He was the founder of the recording labels Extreme (1980s) and Zero Cabal (1990s).
Streicher - Legion St. George, Gnadelos. 6. Irikarah - Free Speech - Fight For Your Right. 7. Various - The Hunt. 8. The Grey Wolves, Vandal X - Faces Of Death. 9. Bobby Rich - Bobby Tells It Like It Is. 10. I: Wound & Y-Ton-G - Medientative Hungerströme.
The Grey Album is a mashup album by Danger Mouse, released in 2004. It mixes an a cappella version of rapper Jay-Z's The Black Album with samples from The Beatles' LP The Beatles, commonly known as "The White Album". The Grey Album gained notoriety when EMI attempted to halt its distribution despite approval of the project from Jay-Z and the two surviving Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
They were formed in 1985 by Dave Padbury and Trevor Ward. Their work has also been described as 'dark ambient' and as 'power electronics'.
STREICHER Group – Your specialist in pipeline & plant construction, mechanical engineering, civil & structural engineering, raw/construction material. Welcome to the STREICHER Group. STREICHER Business Sectors. lt;h4 More recently, members of the group fought with Azerbaijan against Armenia during the Nagorno-Karabakh War of 1992, as well as with Chechen militants between 1994 and 1999.
More recently, members of the group fought with Azerbaijan against Armenia during the Nagorno-Karabakh War of 1992, as well as with Chechen militants between 1994 and 1999.