Revolution Action - Atari Teenage Riot - 60 Second Wipe Out (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Atari Teenage Riot - "Revolution Action" YouTube Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy (Director's Cut) - Duration: Aphex Twin 1,, views.
  2. Too Dead For Me EP is an EP by Atari Teenage Riot released in on CD and as a 12" vinyl record to promote their album 60 Second Wipe Out, where the title track originated. "Revolution Action (Live In San Francisco)/[Noise#3]" and "No Remorse [Live In New York ]/[Noise #1]" were both re-released on Redefine the Enemy - Rarities and B-Side Compilation , in their entirety but the.
  3. Revolution Action E.P. is an extended play by the German digital hardcore group Atari Teenage Riot, released in on 12" vinyl and CD formats to promote the album 60 Second Wipe Out, where the title track originates. Two music videos were produced for the track, one of which was actually banned by MTV. "Revolution Action" was also the name of a tour and live various artist release titled .
  4. Live in Philadelphia Dec. is a live album by Atari Teenage Riot. The CD version was distributed with certain pressings of 60 Second Wipeout. The album was recorded at the historic Trocadero Theatre. Track listing CD pressing "Get Up While You Can" – "Deutschland.
  5. 60 Second Wipe Out Atari Teenage Riot Electronic · Preview SONG TIME Revolution Action. 1. PREVIEW By Any Means Necessary. 2. PREVIEW Western Decay. 3. PREVIEW Atari Teenage Riot II. 4. PREVIEW Ghost Chase. 5. PREVIEW Too Dead for Me.
  6. Label: Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) - DHR CD 20,Elektra - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise, Breakcore, Gabber Atari Teenage Riot - 60 Second Wipe Out (, CD) | Discogs4/5(26).
  7. It would be silly to expect some sort of crossover or sellout on Atari Teenage Riot 's major-label debut, 60 Second Wipe Out. Instead, the group that introduced distorted breakbeat thrash to American/alternative audiences returned with an album of much the same. There is no lack of anarchist politics and hands-in-the-air shout-alongs, whose lyrics are pretty aptly summed up by the titles 6/
  8. The sounds are louder, dirtier, heavier, faster, and noisier on Atari Teenage Riot's 60 Second Wipe Out. But to what end? The screaming, faux-revolutionary, Baader Meinhof-like rants are just so much sonic wallpaper, akin to the bloody bleeps of a Mortal Kombatvideo game/5(6).

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