|Valencia In Flames||3:30|
|Al Souk Dub||6:13|
|Dust Of Saqqara||7:57|
|bsi 1999-3||Muslimgauze||Lo-Fi India Abuse (CD, Album)||BSI Records||bsi 1999-3||US||1999|
|BSI 1999-3||Muslimgauze||Lo-Fi India Abuse (LP, Album, Ltd)||BSI Records||BSI 1999-3||US||2000|
|BSI 1999-3||Muslimgauze||Lo-Fi India Abuse (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||BSI Records||BSI 1999-3||US||2000|
|none||Muslimgauze||Lo-Fi India Abuse (CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)||BSI Records||none||Russia||2003|
Lo-Fi India Abuse is an album by Muslimgauze. 1999 August: CD on BSI Records (catalog number: BSI 1999-3). 2000 February 22: 12" vinyl on BSI Records (catalog number: BSI 1999-3). Limited to 100 copies. Artwork By - Ezra Ereckson. Featuring - Systemwide. Mastered By - Sound Secretion. Photography - Tracy Harrison. Recorded By - Muslimgauze. Notes: All tracks recorded 1998. Some tracks are re-mixs from Systemwide's "Sirius" (BSI 1997-2). Romanic Abuse" - 2:09.
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Lo-Fi India Abuse is clearly a rhythm-based album, and without a doubt it's one of the best wholes that Bryn Jones managed to create.
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Muslimgauze "Lo-fi India Abuse" BSI Records BSI 1999-3 1999 (43:33). Antalya (3:21) Romania Abuse (2:09) Valencia Flames (3:31) Al Souk Dub (6:13) Catacomb Dub (6:06) Dust of Saqqara (7:57) Android Cleaver (4:25) Dogon Tabla (3:30) Nommos' Afterburn (6:21). Muslimgauze is Bryn Jones. It takes several different record labels just to release the incredible amount of material Bryn Jones recorded in his lifetime. Nearly all of the tracks have hand percussion in varying tempos and intensities and at least 1/2 make use of electronic noise surges.