9 thoughts on “ Monotonix - Where Were You When It Happened? (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Nov 01,  · Monotonix from their Where Were You When It Happened? [] album (p) Drag City Inc. Poor quality, I know, support the artists for the better quality.
  2. Where Were You When It Happened? () Not Yet () Not Yet is the second full-length album by Israeli band Monotonix released January 25, on Drag City records. It was recorded by Steve Albini in Electrical Audio studio in Chicago over 3 sessions in January, April and July At the time of the album's release critics were halved by the primitive aesthetics, punk minimalism, and.
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  4. Get all 4 Monotonix releases available on Bandcamp.. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Never Died Before, Body Language, Not Yet, and Where Were You When It Happened?.
  5. Where Were You When It Happened Vinyl LP () $ Monotonix albums Vinyl LP pressing. Nobody unless playing gigs is code for scratching one's rear end, in which case, we're all as godly as the Artist crew Artist are back but how can this be if they never really went away? Nobody anywhere has played more gigs than Artist over the past two.
  6. Vinyl LP pressing. This anticipated EP from explosive Tel Aviv-based punk trio Monotonix includes six powerhouse tracks driven with killer riff-blasting guitar, precision power drumming and lusty lead vocals. Recorded by Tim Green at Louder in San Francisco. Those who've witnessed their incendiary live shows may not have lived to talk /5(2).
  7. Monotonix discography and songs: Music profile for Monotonix, formed November Genres: Garage Rock, Stoner Rock, Hard Rock. Albums include Where Were You When It Happened?, Not Yet, and Body Language.
  8. The rap on Tel Aviv’s Monotonix is that their studio recordings can’t live up to their insane, riotous, man-flesh-infused live show. That’s true with Where Were You When it Happened?, and it.
  9. Monotonix is one of those bands that is better conceptually than on wax. Their on-stage antics are legendary and if you ask any fans, a performance recap will almost undoubtedly involve lead singer Ami Shalev climbing rafters, stage diving, chugging beer out of his shoe, mooning, or assaulting the crowd with sweaty bear hugs or garbage cans. Capturing such a spectacle in the studio is a little.

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