Saturday, March 22, 2008

TCHKUNG! Incite: A Soundtrack for Post World Industries (1998)

This third and final release by ¡TCHKUNG!. features live recordings, and several unique electronic re-interpretations of their live material.
  1. Tuning (1:14)
  2. Khat (NAHHS) (4:08)
  3. Smash Things Up (4:00)
  4. Feralcore (1:29)
  5. Nomadology (8:05)
  6. Tegucigalpa (2:51)
  7. New Earth Rising (2:19)
  8. Picture of the Riotzone (2:12)
  9. New Earth (1:36)
  10. Achmed’s New Nikes (12:01)

Download Incite: http://www.mediafire.com/?g10wj1g9wrj

¡Tchkung! was a rock music band from Seattle, Washington which included Rick Tahoma Wilson (vocals), Grey Filastine (drums), Lazlo Onatop, Devon Cecily (vocals, violin, and drums), J.Sun, and Jason. They blended guerrilla theater, "tribal" drumming, and punk ethics. Their live performances included multiple drummers, violin, didgeridoo, and electric bass, all played to fire breathers and fire eaters, body piercing, and other theatrical scenes. Often compared to Crash Worship, or Crass, the band has been described as "industrial"[citation needed], though "post-industrial" might be more accurate. The band actually became well known for the conclusions of their shows, which ranged from police raids (such as in Eugene, OR) and riots (particularly Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival in 1994[1]), to Molotov Cocktail demonstrations and parades leading into the streets where audience members would be encouraged to participate with 55-gallon drums, and buckets.

After the break-up of the band, members (including Wilson and Filastine) went on to form the political marching band Infernal Noise Brigade. As well Grey Filastine currently performs under the moniker Filastine.

6 comments:

prathap said...

Hey, is it possible for you to re-upload the album. I have searching for this one desparately.
Thanks

Anonymous said...

me too, gots no money, but some bandwidth plz share the inspiration

Anonymous said...

yea that would have been awsome. Allot of people looking to check out this album

Anonymous said...

Searched and searched for this album - please someone upload or post a link or something! smash things up!

Michele said...

where is possible download this amazing band?

ProgBullDog said...

You can now download this and all TchKung albums at band camp.com for the low price of $5 each...