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from Vertical Invasion (Praxis 29) by Bambule. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. There's merely a handful of copies of this long deleted 12" which we dug out of our vaults! Original pressing from 1999! Includes unlimited streaming of Vertical Invasion (Praxis 29) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. from Vertical Invasion (Praxis 29), released December 28, 2012.
Bambule – Vertical Invasion. a1. Vertical Invasion. Featuring – Dale Lloyd, Richie Young, Stuart Arentzen. a2. Joy Is The Aim. b3. Thirdforce (Photon Emissions Remix).
The album Camouflage Heart appeared to some critical acclaim in the UK music press. Shortly after Camouflage Heart David Clancy left the band and was replaced by brother/sister team Alex and Debbie Wright. The colossal In This World was recorded over the next three years: two albums of the same name released simultaneously, featuring cover art by Kathy Patterson. The first of the albums, a broken and noisy affair, the second, an album of creaky ambience featuring Sharp's improvised piano experiments. Carmichael left the band on the eve of Cindytalk's extensive US tour (1996) and by the time the first Bambule record was ready Carmichael had taken control of the project and its connection to Cindytalk had receded. London's Praxis label released the 8-track vinyl double-pack (originally titled "Songs From The Motherbomb" ) as Cunning Meets Bambule (Praxis 19).
The Invasion is the fifth studio album by Nigerian duo P-Square. It was released on July 29, 2011, by Square Records. The album features guest appearances from Tiwa Savage, Naeto C, Waje, May D, Eva Alordiah, Muna, Akon and Rick Ross. The duo promoted and celebrated the album by putting together a concert called "The Invasion Concert", which was held at the Expo Hall of Eko Hotel in Lagos, on July 30, 2011.
BAMBULE, DEADLY BUDA, Baseck, Diskore, Shrill, Standox. Back in 2001, we pretty much started off with a simple black and white paper flyer that listed the line up, and a very brief description of the night which stated "extreme electroncs and splintered beats and sonic resistance.