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    This article was written on 08 Feb 2019, and is filled under 1970s, Alternative, Anarcho Punk, Dark Ambient, Dub, Eclectic, Electronic, Good Music, Hardcore, Punk.

    Groove on the Wireless 244

    Babylon’s truly burning.  The Rut’s predicted it – 40 years ago – and there is a great story about Henry Rollins tracking down the original artwork for The Crack – the album that came out in 1979 with that track.

    You getting a theme here…well it’s old time religion like we are in the old testament baby, feels like it.


    The Crack LP by The Ruts 1979


    1. Blue Nile – The Downtown lights
    2. Art Ensemble of Chicago – Old time religion
    3. Francesco Messina – Untitled
    4. Pastor T. L. Barett & the youth for chirst choir – Like a Ship
    5. Coldcut – Onamission
    6. The Ruts – Babylon’s Burning
    7. Thom Yorke – Atoms for Peace
    8. Atoms for Peace – Unless
    9. Yo la Tengo – Dream Dream Away
    10. Phillip Glass – Floe
    11. Low – That’s the way you sing Amazing Grace

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