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Party Songs

Laibach LP

Party Songs (2019)

Format: LP

Code: 5400863017958

LPA

  1. Honourable, Dead or Alive, When Following the Revolutionary Road (Arduous March Version)
  2. Honourable, Dead or Alive, When Following the Revolutionary Road (Single Hearted Unity Version)
  3. We Will Go to Mount Paektu

LPB

  1. Arirang (Live at Kum Song Music School, Pyongyang)
  2. Honourable, Dead or Alive, When Following the Revolutionary Road (Live at Kum Song Music School, Pyongyang)
  3. We Will Go to Mount Paektu (Live at Ponghwa Theatre, Pyongyang)

 

 

 

 

Laibach, in collaboration with Silence, present the last remaining unpublished tracks from the repertoire of the world-famous North Korea concerts in 2015, immortalized in the documentary Liberation Day, directed by Morten Traavik and Uģis Olte.

Honourable, Dead or Alive, When Following the Revolutionary Road is based on an aria from the classic North Korean revolutionary opera Tell, O Forest (1972), written and produced under the guidance of the Dear Leader Kim Jong Il. Arirang is an all-Korean folk song that is often considered the unofficial national anthem of both Koreas. We Will Go to Mount Paektu is a 2015 massive ‘light music’ (read: pop) hit in North Korea, originally performed by the all-female Moranbong band, supposedly under the creative guidance of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un.

Price: 21,99 €

Laibach

Trbovlje, Slovenia (1980 – present) Laibach is an industrial project that started in Trbovlje, Slovenia, in 1980. Their name is taken from the German name for Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana, and this reference to World War II occupation was the first of many provocative and ambiguous statements in their long and chameleonic career. Laibach were founding members of the art movement NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst — “New Slovenian Art”) and are one of the few musical groups able to claim real influence on the history of their home country. Laibach are best known for their cover versions of pop songs which have been rerendered in such a way as to reveal formerly hidden or unnoticed messages, often commenting on political totalitarianism or rock stardom’s own forms of dictatorship. This was done most successfully on Opus Dei, especially on their cover of One Vision. Named Geburt Einer Nation after D. W. Griffith’s classic film The Birth of a Nation, Queen’s lyrics are sung in German to a strident military beat. All ...

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