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Is This Where? - Mission Of Burma - The Obliterati (CD, Album)

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  1. May 23,  · Recorded and Mixed at Q-Division, Somerville, Mass. Mastered at Sterling Sound. Tracks A1, B3, C1, D1 and D3 published by Lambent Music (BMI). Tracks A2, A3, B2, B4, C2 and C3 published by Fun World Music (BMI).
  2. Dec 13,  · The Obliterati is the third album by the American post-punk band Mission of Burma. Mission of Burma is an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachus.
  3. Mission of Burma was an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in The band was formed by Roger Miller (), Clint Conley (), Peter Prescott and Martin Swope (tape manipulator/sound engineer). Miller, Conley and Prescott share singing and songwriting duties. In early years the band's recordings were all released on the small Boston-based record label Ace of Hearts.
  4. Mission of Burma - The Obliterati review: The blistering attack of classic Burma merges with a newfound maturity Though a few quibbles persist, the band continues to move forward and deliver excellent, unique rock music with style and power.
  5. Mission Of Burma seemed to be going forever with this album possibly their best yet, serious, it's that good. If you are a fan then you'll love this album but if you are new to them then get on this album as a starter and then scrawl back through their amazing back catalog for some top notch tunes/5(16).
  6. Unsound, an Album by Mission of Burma. Released 9 July on Fire (catalog no. FIRECD; CD). Genres: Post-Punk. Featured peformers: Peter Prescott (drums, vocals.
  7. I remember seeing Mission of Burma graffiti all over Cambridge in the early 's. This album brings back the raw, DIY, sound of that time. So far, nothing as catchy as the Academy Fight Song, but the phrase "semi psuedo sort-of plan" is definitely stuck in my head. Loud raucous fun/5(7).
  8. Mission of Burma features the superb Signals, Calls and Marches EP and the masterful Vs. album in their entirety, as well as the A-side to their first single (the justifiably legendary "Academy Fight Song"), three fine Vs.-era unreleased tracks, and two cuts from the posthumous live album The Horrible Truth About Burma.

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