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Datapanik in Year Zero (the Boxed Set) Box-Set

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Audio-CD, Box-Set, 13. Oktober 2009
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  • Audio CD (13. Oktober 2009)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 4
  • Format: Box-Set
  • Label: Cooking Vinyl (Indigo)
  • ASIN: B000024N7V
  • Weitere Ausgaben: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. 30 Seconds Over Tokyo
  2. Heart Of Darkness
  3. Final Solution
  4. Cloud 149
  5. Untitled
  6. My Dark Ages
  7. Heaven
  8. Non-Alignment Pact
  9. The Modern Dance
  10. Laughing
  11. Street Waves
  12. Chinese Radiation
  13. Life Stinks
  14. Real World
  15. Over My Head
  16. Sentimental Journey
  17. Humor Me
  18. The Book Is On The Table

Disk: 2

  1. Navvy
  2. On The Surface
  3. Dub Housing
  4. Caligari's Mirror
  5. Thriller!
  6. I Will Wait
  7. Drinking Wine Spodyody
  8. Ubu Dance Party
  9. Blow Daddy-O
  10. Codex
  11. The Fabulous Sequel
  12. 49 Guitars & One Girl
  13. A Small Dark Cloud
  14. Small Was Fast
  15. All The Dogs Are Barking
  16. One Less Worry
  17. Make Hay
  18. Goodbye
  19. Voice Of The Sand
  20. Kingdom Come

Disk: 3

  1. Go
  2. Rhapsody In Pink
  3. Arabia
  4. Young Miles In The Basement
  5. Misery Goats
  6. Loop
  7. Rounder
  8. Birdies
  9. Lost In Art
  10. Horses
  11. Crush This Horn
  12. The Long Walk Home
  13. Use Of A Dog
  14. Petrified
  15. Stormy Weather
  16. West Side Story
  17. Thoughts That Go By Steam
  18. Big Ed's Used Farms
  19. A Day Such As This
  20. The Vulgar Boatman Bird
  21. My Hat
  22. Horns Are A Dilemma

Disk: 4

  1. The Incredible Truth
  2. It's In Imagination - 15-60-75
  3. Never Again - Syd's Dance Band
  4. Sunset In The Antipodes - Carney & Thomas
  5. (Please)Fix My Horn(My Brakes Don't Work)
  6. Baking Bread - Neptune's Car
  7. Atom Mind - Thomas, David
  8. Autumn Leaves
  9. Dear Richard
  10. You're Gonna Watch Me - Pressler-Morgan
  11. Amphetamine - Rocket From The Tombs
  12. She Smiled Wild - Mirrors
  13. Jaguar Ride
  14. Steve Canyon Blues
  15. Home Life
  16. 30 Seconds Over Tokyo - Rocket From The Tombs
  17. Heart Of Darkness
  18. Pushin Too Hard

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5-CD-Box Einer Romanfigur des französischen Surrealisten Alfred Jarry entliehen Pere Ubu ihren Namen - zurecht: Die Exzesse des Aventgarde-Kollektivs um Sänger David Thomas, '75 in Celveland/Ohio gegründet, sind allenfalls mit Captain Beefheart und Frank Zappa vergleichbar. Mal knödelt Thomas wie ein durchgeknallter Kastrat, mal brummt er düster wie ein Hades-Wächter zu Art-Rock mit Punk-Attitüde plus elektronisch garnierten Dada-Sounds. Die fünf CDs, prallvoll mit Regulärem und Rarem bis '82, bieten ein echtes Extrem-Abenteuer.

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Okay, um die "Verwirrung zu entwirren" : Es gibt zwei verschiedene Boxen unter dem gleichen Namen und der "amazon" Computer macht da keine wirklichen Unterschiede. Die erste wirkliche Box ist so groß und stabil das 2 CDs nebeneinander passen und enthält die "Live CD" zusätzlich, diese enthält die besten Songs der beiden alten Original Live CDs " 390 Degrees of... und " One man drives..". Also schon für Sammler nicht ganz unwichtig.
Die Viererbox hat nur eine etwas größere Form als eine CD Hülle und beinhaltet nur 4 CDs. Das wirklich spannende sind neben den Original "Datapanik in the Year Zero" Tracks und den ersten 5 Originalalben, die "alternate Version" eins dieser klassischen Alben.
"The Art Of Walking" Album Nummer 4 ist in der Box als, die ursprünglich beabsichtigte Version enthalten: " Arabia" hat dann keine Vocals. " "Young Miles In the Basement" ist länger und etwas rauher und "Misery Goats" gibt einer "Jew`s Harp Version"- also schon einige deutliche Unterscheide. Allein deswegen lonht sich schon die Anschaffung des "schmucken Teils". Das Booklet ist umfangreich und informativ (ob es in der 4 Box enthalten ist, kann ich nicht sagen, da ich meine sealed wieder verkauft habe) und läßt keine Wünsche offen.
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Bekanntlich gehören Pere Ubu zu den Wegbereitern des nichttanzbaren Punk, New Wave, Avantgarde-Art-Rock und Postpunk. Unverkennbar ist David Thomas Stimme, die irgendwo zwischen Captain Beefheart, Alex Harvey und Jello Biafra liegt. In dieser schönen Box befinden sich die ersten Singles der Band aus den Jahren 1975, die ersten fünf LPs (1977-1982) und frühe Songs aus dem Umfeld der Band aus Cleveland. Während die "Klassiker"-Songs "30 Seconds Over Tokyo", "Heart of Darkness" und "Final Solution" aus den Mitt-Siebzigern an den späteren eher düsteren New Wave erinnern, ist die erste LP "The Modern Dance" schneller und experimenteller. Konsequent lösen die folgenden LPs die noch anfangs vorhandenen Songstrukturen zunehmend auf, aber ohne sich in langen Improvisationspassagen oder dergleichen zu verlieren. Alles ist Abbruch. Da wummerts, blubberts, klöppelts, zischts. Häufig regiert eine Art überdrehter Sprechgesang, ein Tönen, ein Rufen oder Schreien: Die Intonation liegt bewusst quer zur "Musik", die wiederum aus einer reduziert minimalistischen Rhythmik besteht. Der "Song" "Lost in Art" besteht rein aus einem monoton hämmernden Schlagzeug, David Thomas ruft oder kreischt irgendwas, dazwischen gurgelt der EML-Sythi. Zeitgenössische Zeitschriften sprachen von Baustellen-Betonmischer-Musik. Pere Ubu erinnern an nicht-orchestrale Henry Cow mit "Gesang"(mit einigen Musikern von Herny Cow spielte Thomas auch Ende der 1980er Jahre.) und gepaart mit düster-minimalistischen Dead Kennedys.
Die Box ist eine remasterte Fassung der gleichnamigen Ausgabe von ca 1996. Allerdings soll die frühere Ausgabe noch zusätzlich über eine Live-CD verfügt haben. Hier jedenfalls in der 2009er-Ausgabe gibt es eine solche nicht.
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Die erste Single der Avantgarde "Punker" "Pere Ubu" stammt von 1975 und umfaßt die tracks "30 Seconds over Tokyo" und "Heart of Darkness", die hier in vertauschter Reihenfolge auf Seite A, der auf 45 Umdrehungen laufenden Maxi präsentiert werden. Die restlichen Tracks sind weitere B-Seiten wie "Heaven" ursprünglich auf der "The Modern Dance" Single enthalten. Leider fehlt hier das Stück schlechthin aus dieser Phase
"Final Solution". Dies wurde auf einer Rough Trade Single aus diesen frühen Jahren 1978 veröffentlicht. Heutzutage sind die Tracks auch auf CDs zugänglich, aber bei "Pere Ubu" sind diese Collectors editions, wie die 4 bzw, 5 fach CD Box gleichen Namens, und geringen Auflagen meist schnell vergriffen, so das gerade wieder auf "Fire Records" eine CD mit allen frühen Single Tracks erschienen ist.
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Eine der besten, m.E. die jedenfalls progressivste New Wave Band des Kosmos. Auf dieser Compilation ist einfach das genialste aus ihrer Anfangszeit drauf. Macht mächtig Spaß beim Wiederhören.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Deal From Classic Band 7. Juni 2013
Von postpunkboomer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Pere Ubu is one of my favorite bands of all time. However, there is a dilemma with Pere Ubu's music that needs to be addressed. Some of their music is very challenging. For example, I would recommend songs like Nonalignment Pact, Heaven, and Ubu Dance Party for music fans unfamilier with Pere Ubu. Whereas songs like Sentimental Journey and Thriller! are more experimental and difficult. The same holds true for the albums. The early songs, plus the first two albums (The Modern Dance and Dub Housing) contain many of the best songs of Pere Ubu. The other albums lean toward their experimental side and are more of a challenge. However, this box set is a great deal ($22 on the market place when I bought it.) The albums have been remastered and sound great. The disc with music from other bands of the Cleavland scene is interesting, but I miss the live disc that was part of the original version of the box set. A great deal from a classic band.
5.0 von 5 Sternen All the Ubu you need 6. April 2013
Von Darin Campbell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Since most of their early albums are out of print this excellent collection is where to find the best work of this groundbreaking band. Includes a disc or rarities by Ubu-related bands and on the original 5 disc box a disc of live material that for some reason was deleted from the reissue several years later. Regardless of which one you get, full of interesting music.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Band To Come Out Of Cleveland! 1. Februar 2013
Von Flipper602 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
This set is fantastic. Since I bought it (used in perfect condition) I have bought 8 other Pere Ubu CD's in the past two months. Everyone who loves avant guard rock should check these guys out! These are my hometown boys!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen This is a story of Cleveland... 19. November 2005
Von M. L. Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a story of Cleveland, and how more than a few of its residents were driven insane by the economic depression and the bleakness of the post-industrial wasteland that was the "rust-belt" of the late 60's and early-mid 70's. Having nothing better to do, they just made music, with most likely nary a clue as to how influential their experimental tinkerings would become to a whole generation of musical revolutionaries.

I had always heard the name "Pere Ubu" mentioned by many modern musical artists (and many of my personal favorites) as being a big influence, but I never actually heard any of their songs until I got satellite radio a few years ago. I was immediately intrigued by songs like "Final Solution", "Nonalignment Pact", and "Ubu Dance Party", and then I found this box set available that contained all of their early work, so I figured, what the heck? At first, I was overwhelmed by radically diverse song structures and bizarre sounds, not to mention Dave Thomas' crazed (to quote Steven Grant of the Trouser Press) "plebian warble", and I worried that I had made a big mistake. However, after a few listens, things started to gel a bit and I was able to finally get my head around the sheer brilliance and inventiveness of this groundbreaking work. Now, here's my breakdown of the 5 discs in this box set:

Disc A contains the original Datapanik EP and The Modern Dance LP. This is easily the most accessible of their work and is definitely the place you should start if you have no familiarity with this band. The song structures are pretty straight-forward in the garage-punk sense, but there is still plenty of the idiosyncrasies (both vocal and instrumental) that would virtually take over in their later work. Everything here is uniformly great, except for maybe "Sentimental Journey" and "The Book is on the Table", which aren't actual songs as much as just experiments in sound and mood (all their albums have these "soundscape" pieces - they're not really filler, but they're not music in the traditional sense either).

Disc B contains the Dub Housing and New Picnic Time LP's, and this has become my favorite of the 5 discs over time. The key here is "OVER TIME", as the music on this disc was, at first, incomprehensibly bizarre to me, and it appeared to be the nonsensical ravings of lunatics trapped in an insane asylum with musical instruments and recording equipment. I gave it a chance, though, and ended up being greatly rewarded for my perseverance. Once you "get it", the amalgamation of blues, jazz, rock, pop, and downright performance art fleshed out with reckless abandon is just amazing. The humor and the horror, along with a myriad of other emotional nuances, always leaves something new to be discovered each time I listen. Once again, everything is great, with "Thriller!" and "A Small Dark Cloud" serving as the quasi-ambient soundscape interludes. My favorite song is probably "Small Was Fast" - that one just kills me. The first two discs of this set have actually become two of my favorite CDs of ALL TIME!

For me, things wane a little bit on disc C, which includes the material from Art of Walking and Song of the Bailing Man. I like about half the songs here, with most of those coming from Art of Walking. The music from Song of the Bailing Man seems a little staid and forced when compared to their earlier stuff. This is probably my least favorite disc of the 5, but some of you may find this almost as accessible as the material on disc A, especially if you end up getting more into Pere Ubu's smoother, jazzier side.

Disc D contains selections from two live recordings, one in 1978 and the other in 1981. The sound is bootleg quality, and this is not meant to be a "best of" live recordings (as Dave Thomas explains in the vocal liner notes: "that's life, that's art"), but the performances are actually quite good and offer sometimes radically different takes on the studio versions of the songs.

Disc E is quite interesting as it is made up entirely of side projects and other Cleveland bands belonging to the Pere Ubu extended family. I didn't have any expectations for this one, but I actually ended up liking about two thirds of the songs here. I'm especially fond of the raw, garage-rock of the songs by Friction, Tripod Jimmie, Rocket from the Tombs, and the Mirrors. You can really hear how this lot were influenced by earlier pioneers such as the Velvet Underground and Television.

So, in conclusion, for those of you who are interested in exploring the roots of where a lot of today's better music comes from, or if you just want a unique musical experience, you should consider this Pere Ubu box set. Be warned, though, this is some pretty challenging stuff, and you'll have to uphold your end of the bargain by doing some work yourself - this is not ear candy that's going to reveal itself for what it is on the first (or even second) listen. However, if you give it a chance, I think you'll be deeply rewarded. Why not 5 stars? Well, I think it's almost impossible for these large box sets to ever warrant 5 stars because there's always going to be stuff that you don't like or just aren't into, but I don't think that's their purpose anyway. To me, these types of compilations are meant to be like smorgasbords, where you pick out what you like from a vast selection of delicacies, some of which you can't find anywhere else. Have I made you hungry? Well, then, dig in!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Collection of Awesome, Underheard Music 19. Dezember 2001
Von Scott McFarland - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This set sneaked out, at a very reasonable price, a few years ago and was presumably gobbled up by those of us familiar with Ubu's music from decades gone by. Those unacquainted with Pere Ubu's work from the 70's should consider purchase too, at least if you're interested in dissonant music and/or in progressive, complex hard rock music. Let me try to describe each disc in this (very moderately priced) set.
Disc 1 has the original "Datapanic" EP, consisting of tunes originally released on singles circa 1976 and 1977. These songs, such as the scarifying "Heart of Darkness" and "30 Seconds Over Tokyo" are dark but within their moody framework extremely well-constructed. The band starts to open it out a little on tracks like "Heaven" (sounds like the Rolling Stones circa 1976) and "Cloud 149" (sounds like some of the most brilliant utilization of rock riffs and instrumentation that I have ever heard). We are then treated to Ubu's debut LP (from 1978) "The Modern Dance" which has always been my favorite of theirs. This is the true sound of the American underground, sitting fermented in a pile of Velvets and Stooges records for years and now ready to burst out and make the world take notice. Each element of the band (Tom Herman's inside-out and always tasteful guitar, Scott Krauss's perfectly on-the-mark, fluid and creative drumming, Tony Maimone's probing bass, Alan Ravenstine's Eno-esque [circa Roxy Music] keyboard dissonance, and David Thomas' Tiny Tim-like vocal journeys) congeals into a powerful whole. The LP contains 10 songs and suffice it to say that they are all different and all worthwhile. It is a brilliant album which did deserve, and still does deserve, to be heard.
Disc 2 has the "Dub Housing" LP from 1978 and the "New Picnic Time" LP from 1979. Each of these is a classic in its own right and pursues furtherance of the band's adventurous and rhythmically dense style. "Dub Housing" is full of great instrumental interplay and fascinating stylistic maneuvers; "New Picnic Time" gets a bit dark and meandering but contains an EP's worth of stuff that probably ranks as some of the strongest and most delicious music ever to be filed under the "rock" genre.
Disc 3 is not Ubu at their best - it has most of the tracks from the two albums recorded after Mayo Thompson replaced Tom Herman on guitar - "The Art of Walking" and "Song of the Bailing Man". These LPs are unusual curiosities, especially "The Art of Walking" which has to rank as one of the strangest products ever released, but you'll probably never be motivated to get up and play them each before breakfast on a daily basis.
Disc 4 is "390 Degrees of Simulated Stereo Volume 2", actually the third live Ubu release. Like Volume 1 (still out-of-print) this collection is highlighted by material recorded live by the 1978 band. In addition to songs which were on Volume 1, there's an interesting run through "Sentimental Journey" (a dark piece which manages to be both droning and anarchic). The disc also contains some material recorded during the Mayo Thompson days.
Disc 5 is an unusual collection of tracks by Ubu-related projects or bands, or Cleveland bands that had an effect on Ubu. It's an unusual concept, but contributes effectively to showing us the "Cleveland Scene" that spawned Ubu. My favorites include Rocket From The Tombs' version of "30 Seconds Over Tokyo", Tom Herman (with Scott Krauss) doing a track called "Steve Canyon Blues", and Peter Laughner (who played with the band on their early singles) leading his band "Friction" through "Dear Richard". The Mirrors' "She Smiled Wild" is quite interesting too, as is 15-60-75's "It's In Imagination". "Syd's Dance Party" (which included Krauss and Maimone) contribute a very nice track also.
Okay. What's the bottom line on all this? Well, it's indispensably great. A great conflagration of energies. At its moderate price, you should buy it if you're interested in Ubu.
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