Artist: Asian Dub Foundation. Album: Enemy of the Enemy. A A. Fortress Europe. Keep banging on the walls. Keep banging on the walls of Fortress Europe.
Safe European homes built on wars. You don't like the effect, don't produce the cause
Lyrics "Asian Dub Foundation - Fortress Europe".
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Title: Live: Keep Banging On Th. Artist: Asian Dub Foundation. Format: CD. Missing Information?. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 3 brand new listings. Skinhead Reggae in the Spirit of '69 - New 2CD Album - Released 22/02/2019. twenty one pilots - Trench.
But for those with less disposable income and a simple desire to hear the band in its natural element (in front of a large, sweaty, politically receptive crowd), Live: Keep Bangin' on the Walls will do just fine. It includes versions of about half the tracks from the band's then-recent studio effort, Enemy of the Enemy, as well as a healthy assortment of earlier material and one tune that has previously been released only on an obscure compilation. That one, "Assatta Dub," is a mixed blessing.
Hardcore members of the Asian Dub Foundation massive will want to invest in the DVD from which these 15 live tracks were taken, since it includes video footage, three bonus audio tracks, photos, and a documentary film. The music is a perfect example of Asian Dub Foundation's strengths, a relentlessly churning fusion of Asian flavors and reggae structure; the lyrical content is a recording of breathtakingly banal observations from the American political exile Assatta Shakur ("I hate having to struggle," she confesses bravely.
Released in time to celebrate ADF's recent support slot with Radiohead, this live DVD is a punishing assault on the senses. It features an hour long concert filmed in Belfort earlier this year, along with promos for recent tracks Fortress Europe and 1000 Mirrors. There's also a short documentary and interview section. Poised as they possibly are at the beginning of a mainstream career curve, ADF are clearly not losing their stomach for musical rabble-rousing.