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Ethos Musick

Exit-13

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 1st, 1994
Label:
Relapse Records
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 70%)
1. Societally Provoked Genocidal Contemplation 05:02   Show lyrics
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2. Ethos Musick 01:41   Show lyrics
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3. Facilitate the Emancipation of Your Mummufied Mentality 04:24   Show lyrics
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4. Diet for a New America 03:11   Show lyrics
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5. Anthropocentric Ecocidal Conundrum 03:43   Show lyrics
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6. Reevaluate Life! 01:43   Show lyrics
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7. Legalize Hemp Now! (including a Warm Wave of Euphoria) 07:38   Show lyrics
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8. Open Season (The Story of Hunter Slaughter) 05:23   Show lyrics
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9. My Minds Mine! 04:27   Show lyrics
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10. Earth First! 04:36   Show lyrics
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11. Only Protest Gives a Hope of Life! 03:55   Show lyrics
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12. Disemboweling Party 01:28   Show lyrics
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13. An Electronic Fugue for the Imminent Demise of Planet Earth 28:03   instrumental
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Band members
Steve O'Donnell Guitars
Bill Yurkiewicz Lyrics, Vocals, Samples, Power Electronics
Dan Lilker Bass, Keyboards, Samples
Scott Lewis Drums, Percussion
Guest/Session
Kevin "13 Black Candles and Magnums of Blue Nun" Sharp Vocals (choirs) (9)
Jello Biafra Sampled spoken words (7)
Miscellaneous staff
Catherine Gehm Photography (Cover)
Peter van Rhijn Photography (Center spread)
Heather M. Drennen Photography (Page 2 & 6, Collage)
Blair Seitz Photography (Page 7)
Kurt Hubert Photography (Collage)
Alan Lachman Painting (Page 4)
Dave Shirk Recording (Cut-ups), Mastering
Matthew F. Jacobson Executive producer
Garris Shipon Engineering (Vocals, Samples, Final Mix), Producer (Vocals, Samples)
Bill Yurkiewicz Cut-ups construction, Graphic Design, Photography (Collage)
Eric Horst Graphic Design
Greg Knoll Graphic Design
Jon Sowle Engineering Assistant (Vocals, Samples, Final Mix)
Bill Grabowski Engineering (Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards)
Laz Lopez Photography (Traycard)
Steve O'Donnell Guitars
Bill Yurkiewicz Lyrics, Vocals, Samples, Power Electronics
Dan Lilker Bass, Keyboards, Samples
Scott Lewis Drums, Percussion
Kevin "13 Black Candles and Magnums of Blue Nun" Sharp Vocals (choirs) (9)
Jello Biafra Sampled spoken words (7)
Catherine Gehm Photography (Cover)
Peter van Rhijn Photography (Center spread)
Heather M. Drennen Photography (Page 2 & 6, Collage)
Blair Seitz Photography (Page 7)
Kurt Hubert Photography (Collage)
Alan Lachman Painting (Page 4)
Dave Shirk Recording (Cut-ups), Mastering
Matthew F. Jacobson Executive producer
Garris Shipon Engineering (Vocals, Samples, Final Mix), Producer (Vocals, Samples)
Bill Yurkiewicz Cut-ups construction, Graphic Design, Photography (Collage)
Eric Horst Graphic Design
Greg Knoll Graphic Design
Jon Sowle Engineering Assistant (Vocals, Samples, Final Mix)
Bill Grabowski Engineering (Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards)
Laz Lopez Photography (Traycard)
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All lyrics written by Bill Yurkiewicz, music by Steve O'Donnell, except 13 (Bill Yurkiewicz).

Guitar, Bass, Drums & Keyboards recorded at LeGit Sound Studios, Brownstown, Pennsylvania, December 1-5, 1992. Engineered by Bill Grabowski.
Vocals, Samples & Final Mix recorded at Smash Studios, New York City, February 22-28, 1993. Engineered by Garris Shipon, Assistant Engineer Jon Sowle. Produced by Garris Shipon & Exit-13.
Song 13 recorded live on Heather's stereo at the RELAPSE Mansion, July 13, 1993.

"Legalize Hemp Now!" intro/outro cut-ups from "Grow More Pot" speech on Jello Biafra's "I Blow Minds For a Living" LP.
"Open Season" Cut-ups from "The Freshman", "Dawn of the Dead" and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".
"Earth First!" Cut-up derived from source material compliments of the Phil Donahue Show.

Cut-ups constructed by (#invalid artist link ID#). Cut-ups recorded & album mastered by Dangerous Dave Shirk at KAO Infosystems, Lancaste, Pennsylvania, Friday, May 13th, 1994

Released as cassette (cat. # RR 6913-4), CD (cat. # RR 6913-2), and 12" vinyl (cat. # RR 6913-1) with different artwork (down). Vinyl edition comes on "Rasta" tri-colored (green/yellow/red) vinyl and brown splatter vinyl. Test press on black vinyl, limited to 10 copies.

WARNING: Track # 13 was digitally mastered using the SPL Vitalizer and Sony DAL-1000 in conjunction with the Sony PCM 1630. All efforts were made to exceed typical limitations of 16 bit linear digital technology compression, limiting, and equalization curves have been created to deliver maximum gain structure. The PCM 1630 master tape for this recording was printed with continuous overlevel indication (OL) at the request of the artist/producer, this CD is not in accordance with Sony-Phillips Red Book Specification, nor is this practice advisable in the process of CD manufacturing. Please exercise extreme caution when utilizing this Compact Disc on consumer grade high fidelity playback equipment. Relapse Records, their affiliates and/or associated manufacturing facility will hold no responsibility for power supply component, recording, processing, loudspeaker or other, transducer malfunction/failure and/or destruction of referenced audio playback system.
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