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The classic anarcho/hardcore/punk album is back on vinyl! 2011 reissue on black vinyl with sandpaper cover!
Feederz are a punk rock band, originally from Arizona. They were known for their controversial song "Jesus" (aka "Jesus Entering from the Rear"), which was featured on Alternative Tentacles' infamous Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation, and for their provocative album covers. Feederz had strong Situationist tendencies, verging into communism and anarchism. Their songs were highly critical of government, consumerism, and religion.
Lead singer Frank Discussion is also known for his "subvertisements" or "derailments", an adaptation of the situationist tactic of detournement, as well as what he calls "interventions" whereby one detourns physical events by intervening with an out-of-place element in the physical world, a tactic expressed as simply as placing disparate items in unsuspecting people's shopping carts, thereby raising the action beyond the level of mere prank to a conscious tactic used to undermine society and to express a unified critique of it. He is also known for being one of the developers of "antistasiology", defined as the comparative study of various types of tactics, strategies, and organizational structures used by various resistance movements, historically and currently.
|A1||Have You Ever Been Mellow|
|A2||Imotation Of Life|
|A5||Day By Day|
|A7||Burn Warehouse Burn|
|B7||L-O-V-E (Another Damp Thing)|
|B8||Love In The Ruins|
Original Release Year: 1984
Label: Broken Rekids
Catalog #: SKIP 96
Format: 12" Vinyl LP
Vinyl Color: Black