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Arbory Hill - Negativland - Deathsentences Of The Polished And Structurally Weak (CD)

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  2. Jun 08,  · James Hill for The New York Times. By Sophia Kishkovsky. June 8, ; BUTOVO, Russia — Barbed wire still lines the perimeter of the secret police compound here .
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  5. Deathsentences of the Polished & Structurally Weak. by Negativland October 1, Part book, part CD, this latest effort from the Bay Area collective was inspired by a trip to an auto junkyard. The jokes, satire, and subversion found in previous releases is absent this time around, instead replaced by a collection of letters and writings.
  6. Animal carcasses lie on the ground, killed by what residents said was a chemical weapon attack, in Khan al-Assal area near the northern city of Aleppo, March 23,
  7. Captain Frank Hill, aidede-camp (and nephew) to the General, in charge, and Courier Jenkins were of the party detailed to escort the body, with Mrs. Hill and her children, to ‘ a Mr. Hill 's,’ near the banks of James river, in Chesterfield county, where the General 's body was temporarily buried and afterwards removed to Hollywood Cemetery.
  8. 'Deathsentences Of The Polished And Structurally Weak' was collected, photographed, assembled, preformed, recorded, produced and mixed by Negativland with sonic contributions from Jon Land, Gadgetto, Solenoid, People Like Us and Anna Melnikoff. All automotive sounds manipulated by razor blade, screwdriver and wrench in the analog world/5(24).

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