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1 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS - (CD) 
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Vibronics and Brain Damage meet each others around a new concept, a narrative inspiration which will probably come upon: the First World War Anglo- Caribbean soldiers experience.Madu Messenger, the academic historian, poet and songwriter uses the result of years of research to introduce a series of texts dealing with key issues such as travel, friendship, war, and death, during this period. This project offers a learning experience establishing disturbing parallels between an historical unknown period and contemporary considerations affecting all of us such as: cultural shock, immigration, imperial power and horrors war.The different origins of the musicians of the projects: English, French, Jamaican, Asian allow them to have a reflection on this sensitive issue and to make a cultural rapprochement opposed to some enslavement and communitarianism modelsBrain Damage and Vibronics Reggae/dub is stepped in different influences mixing knowledge, spontaneity and human experience.To illustrate their productions, Madu Messenger, M Parvez, Sir Jean, Mohammed El Amraoui are in featuring

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gallipoli 02. Sufferation 03. Kings Engine 04. Youts 05. War 06. Letter Home 07. Do U Remember? 08. Neuve Chapelle 09. Mucht 10. Siege Of Kut 11. Flanders


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 14-10-2013
Item # : 450933     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS - (LP) 
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Vibronics and Brain Damage meet each others around a new concept, a narrative inspiration which will probably come upon: the First World War Anglo- Caribbean soldiers experience.Madu Messenger, the academic historian, poet and songwriter uses the result of years of research to introduce a series of texts dealing with key issues such as travel, friendship, war, and death, during this period. This project offers a learning experience establishing disturbing parallels between an historical unknown period and contemporary considerations affecting all of us such as: cultural shock, immigration, imperial power and horrors war.The different origins of the musicians of the projects: English, French, Jamaican, Asian allow them to have a reflection on this sensitive issue and to make a cultural rapprochement opposed to some enslavement and communitarianism modelsBrain Damage and Vibronics Reggae/dub is stepped in different influences mixing knowledge, spontaneity and human experience.To illustrate their productions, Madu Messenger, M Parvez, Sir Jean, Mohammed El Amraoui are in featuring

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gallipoli 02. Sufferation 03. Kings Engine 04. Youts 05. War 06. Letter Home 07. Do U Remember? 08. Neuve Chapelle 09. Mucht 10. Siege Of Kut 11. Flanders


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 14-10-2013
Item # : 450934     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS DUBPLATE 2 (10") - (EP) 
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TRACKLISTING: 01. Siege Of Kut (sound System Mix) 02. Siege Of Dub 03. Neuve Chapelle Dub 04. Neuve Chapelle Version


Format: EP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 14-10-2013
Item # : 450936     
Availability: IN STOCK
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4 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS DUBPLATE 3 (10") - (EP) 
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TRACKLISTING: 01. Do U Remember ? 02. Do U Dub ? 03. Youts To War 04. Youts To Dub


Format: EP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 14-10-2013
Item # : 450937     
Availability: IN STOCK
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5 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS LIVE - (CD) 
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This is the Live version of Empire Soldiers :Brain Damage & Vibronics unleash a fiery dubwise journey into the lesser known volumes of history. When two of Europes most notorious dub producers and an international cast of singers meet up to discuss the start of the Great War 100 years ago, you know the results are going to be big. Empire Soldiers is the often overlooked story of the colonial troops in World War One, a heavyweight musical collaboration with an emotive set of lyrical tales from Africa, Asia and The Caribbean told by Madu Messenger, Parvez, Sir Jean and Mohammed El Amraoui. Vibronics & Brain Damage teamed up and decided to come together around a concept, a narrative inspiration that will undoubtedly surprise: Anglo-Caribbean and Franco-African soldiers experience during the first world war. The academic historian, poet & songwriter, Madu Messenger, uses the product of years of study and research, to develop, within that very framework, a series of texts on some key topics such as travel, friendship, war and death.This project thus aims at offering a learning experience about this often little-known period of our history. It will draw troubling parallels with some more contemporary considerations on culture shocks, immigration, imperial powers and horrors of war that still affects all of us today. Following their reflection on this sensitive issue, the musicians of the projects - all of many other origins, Anglo-French, Jamaican or Asian - move towards a cultural alignment, opposite to certain enslaving and communitarian models. Brain Damage and Vibronics digital reggae-dub comes in different colors throughout many influences, completing the best of their know-how, with the spontaneousness of the collaboration & human experience.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Letter Home 02. Youts To War 03. Youts To Dub 04. Do U Remember ? 05. Do Y Dub ? 06. Much't 07. Kings Engine 08. Dub Engine 09. Sufferation 10. Sufferation Dub 11. Neuve Chapelle 12. Siege Of Kut

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 22-06-2015
Item # : 476741     
Availability: IN STOCK
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6 - BRAIN DAMAGE MEETS VIBRONICS - EMPIRE SOLDIERS LIVE - (LP) 
JARRING EFFECTS


This is the Live version of Empire Soldiers :Brain Damage & Vibronics unleash a fiery dubwise journey into the lesser known volumes of history. When two of Europes most notorious dub producers and an international cast of singers meet up to discuss the start of the Great War 100 years ago, you know the results are going to be big. Empire Soldiers is the often overlooked story of the colonial troops in World War One, a heavyweight musical collaboration with an emotive set of lyrical tales from Africa, Asia and The Caribbean told by Madu Messenger, Parvez, Sir Jean and Mohammed El Amraoui. Vibronics & Brain Damage teamed up and decided to come together around a concept, a narrative inspiration that will undoubtedly surprise: Anglo-Caribbean and Franco-African soldiers experience during the first world war. The academic historian, poet & songwriter, Madu Messenger, uses the product of years of study and research, to develop, within that very framework, a series of texts on some key topics such as travel, friendship, war and death.This project thus aims at offering a learning experience about this often little-known period of our history. It will draw troubling parallels with some more contemporary considerations on culture shocks, immigration, imperial powers and horrors of war that still affects all of us today. Following their reflection on this sensitive issue, the musicians of the projects - all of many other origins, Anglo-French, Jamaican or Asian - move towards a cultural alignment, opposite to certain enslaving and communitarian models. Brain Damage and Vibronics digital reggae-dub comes in different colors throughout many influences, completing the best of their know-how, with the spontaneousness of the collaboration & human experience.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Letter Home 02. Youts To War 03. Youts To Dub 04. Do U Remember ? 05. Do Y Dub ? 06. Much't 07. Kings Engine 08. Dub Engine 09. Sufferation 10. Sufferation Dub 11. Siege Of Kut


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 22-06-2015
Item # : 476742     
Availability: IN STOCK
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