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Rafsanjani - Muslimgauze - Zealot (Vinyl)

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  1. Zealot. Staalplaat - MUSLIMLIM (July, ) 10" 33rpm pink vinyl EP printed clear vinyl sleeve two handcrafted paper inserts numbered limited edition of part of the Muslimgauze subscription series (see subscription page for further details) Tracks. side one. Arabs Killed By Israel () side two. Baseej () Rafsanjani ().
  2. Unrelated to the album of the same name, Zealot contains six songs and has one of Muslimgauze 's more notable design packages; encased in clear vinyl, the 10" 33 rpm record itself was coated on both sides in a covering of Arabic newspaper which had been pulped, and which needed to be peeled away to get to the actual disc.4/
  3. Nov 19,  · A double album from Bryn Jones' Muslimgauze project now released digitally by Staalplaat. It's a release with an interesting production history - upon its initial release Jones called a halt to the pressings due to a distortion creating in manufacturing on the second disc, leaving it as a highly limited artefact in his catalogue.
  4. June 17, - January 14, "Bryn Jones was not a practicing Muslim and never traveled to the Middle East. His recordings as Muslimgauze, however, qualified him as one of the Western artists most explicitly slanted in favor of the Palestinian liberation movement.
  5. If Satyajit Eye (originally released in , reissued by Staalplaat) only blinks at Indian culture, the album Al Jar Zia Audio stares at it with both eyes wide open. It is known that Jones looked further than the Palestinian conflict, and also borrowed extensively from the rhythms of India, Pakistan, and other Eastern cultures. Like crossing borders in the bigger Islamic region.
  6. Review: One of the finest single albums in the vast catalogue of the late, great Muslimgauze, "Salaam Alekum, Bastard" first appeared in stores in and was dedicated to "the invisible hands of revenge".Musically, it's typical of the prolific artist's material during the period, delivering a string of intoxicating, otherworldly soundscapes crafted from Arabic percussion, ambient dub rhythms.

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