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The Beakers - The Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution album mp3

The Beakers - The Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution album mp3

Performer: The Beakers
Title: The Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution
Country: US
Released: 2004
Rating: 4.9
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The four Beakers, George Romansic, drums, Mark H. Smith, guitar and vocals, Jim Anderson, sax and vocals, and Frankie Sundsten, bass, were an abrupt, powerful force on the Seattle musical scene, who through the force of their personalities and charmingly abrasive music made that town quake, dance and smile. Red Towel (Mr. Brown) takes at least two listenings to come through, then kicks in hard. Got it. + add. album.

The four Beakers, George Romansic, drums, Mark H.

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4 Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution (1:29). Overview (current section).

The Beakers were part of that scene - if not all of that scene - and though they only played together for a year (1980) their influence is still felt today, which helps explain why they're being anthologized 24 years later with Four Steps Toward a Cultural Revolution.

Free download and listen Four Steps Toward a Cultural Revolution. Tracks count: 17. Views: 0. The Beakers - Red Towel 02:49. The Beakers - Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution 01:29. The Beakers - Football Season's In Full Swing 02:37.

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Tracklist

1 Red Towel
2 4 Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution
3 Football's Season In Full Swing
4 Walking (Showbox)
5 Bones
6 What's Important
7 3 Important Domestic Inventions
8 Third In B (Berkeley Square)
9 Christmas Letter From Home
10 Fig. 21
11 Dinosaurus Mambo (Showbox)
12 I'm Crawling
13 Use Your Fingers (Berkeley Square)
14 Line Up
15 Insulation (Showbox)
16 Thinking Postmodern
17 Funky Town (Berkeley Square)

Notes

Beakers were a hack fit of four art-bashing funk wave arbiters who skronked into action Jan. 1980 and expired in Jan. 1981. In between they toured up and down the west coast, released a 45 and songs on two compilations, played shows with Delta 5 and Gang of Four, and recorded several times. The majority of the 17 songs on Four Steps Toward a Cultural Revolution (KLP163) have never been released before; the handful that were once available are now long out of print. The four Beakers, George Romansic, drums, Mark H. Smith, guitar and vocals, Jim Anderson, sax and vocals, and Frankie Sundsten, bass, were an abrupt, powerful force on the Seattle musical scene, who through the force of their personalities and charmingly abrasive music made that town quake, dance and smile.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KLP163 The Beakers Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution ‎(LP, Comp) K KLP163 US 2004
KLP163 The Beakers Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) K KLP163 US 2004


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