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8 thoughts on “ Kill Remirez - Baader Meinhoff* - This Is The Hate Socialist Collective (CDr)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of This Is The Hate Socialist Collective on Discogs. Label: The Town House - none,Hut Recordings - none • Format: CDr Test Pressing • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Brit Pop, Indie Rock Kill Remirez: Baader Meinhof: /5.
  2. Apr 15,  · referencing Baader Meinhof, CD, Album, CDHUT 36, 8 2 1 Easily Luke Haines' finest hour (and he knows it, going by his book). The fairly straightforward concept, unfussy arrangements and no frills, muscular production mesh perfectly/5(79).
  3. 'Kill Ramirez' is bizarrely groovy, with the tabla-contributions, the sliding-strings & some Ronsonesque-guitar; while the album opens and closes on alternate-versions of the title track (evoking a circular-feeling). 'baader meinhof' is very much like an e.p., one that seems a bit overlooked and certainly deserves consideration alongside Haines /5(14).
  4. Kill Ramirez: Baader Meinhof: Notes Cardleeve Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; 8 2 2, This Is The Hate Socialist Collective ‎ (CDr, TP) The Town House, Hut Recordings: none: UK: Sell This Version.
  5. Apr 18,  · Baader Meinhof ‎– Baader Meinhof Label: Hut Recordings ‎– CDHUT 36, Hut Kill Ramirez: Baader Meinhof: Disc on-body copy: "This is the hate Socialist collective" Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 7 1 /5(19).
  6. Track 11 previously available on the bonus 7-inch coming with the LP Baader Meinhof, also on Luke Haines Is Dead Tracks previously released on the white label Untitled Tracks 13 & 15 also appeared on Luke Haines Is Dead The remix credits are explained by Luke Haines in the liner notes.
  7. THE HATE SOCIALIST COLLECTIVE The album begins and ends with different versions of theme song, ‘baader meinhof’, underlining a circular nature to things and giving the allure of an e.p. or a mini-LP. Haines has threatened to release a sequel album as ‘The Hate Socialist Collective’, or a second baader meinhof record.
  8. 'Kill Ramirez' is bizarrely groovy, with the tabla-contributions, the sliding-strings & some Ronsonesque-guitar; while the album opens and closes on alternate-versions of the title track (evoking a circular-feeling). 'baader meinhof' is very much like an e.p., one that seems a bit overlooked and certainly deserves consideration alongside Haines.

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