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Finitribe [reviews]
Noise Lust And Fun |Finiflex, 1988|

Electrolux (John Peel Session), Disturb (John Peel Session), Swans( John Peel Session), Finis, Throttle hearts, Zulus, Fluke, Electrolux, Swans, Disturb, Ultra, Detestimony


It's an excellent example to learn the sound of WaxTrax! label, eventhough the album wasn't their release. Finitribe was a project of famous musicians with Chris Connelly leading the band and cooperating with Ministry previously. They created several songs with the unique and easily recognizable vibe - Electrolux, Swans, Ultra or Fluke with those "fin de siecle" female vocals, baroque-like synths and a dominant bass line. It has never become popular and that's the point. Listening to such music in the age of plastic and cloning technologies it's easy to point out whose stuff is more ambitious. Listening to Disturb you will definately guess who was in Finitribe line-up. ( Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


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