A live document, the gig it captures was recorded shortly after the 1994 elections in South Africa.
As band states in the release notes, the live action was performed to accompany the civil unrest in the country following the downfall of the apartheid government.
The cardboard insert provides a brief commentary of these events, apparently lifted from a journalistic source, but replaces the name of the country with that of the band. For example: “…voting in GENOCIDE ORGAN has been transcending traditional racial preferences, with historically white political parties growing the number of black voters supporting them.
The music itself is classic Genocide Organ, and captures a focussed, muscular stage presence.
The album features some classic tracks, including “Klaus Barbie”, “John Birch Society”, and “Burn”.
Rough analogue rhythms and dominating vocals in best GO tradition!
Rare, Limited / Numbered edition of 250 copies.
A2 Patria Y Libertad
B1 Elders Of Zion
B2 John Birch Society
B4 State Suicide
B5 Klaus Barbie
Old Europa Cafe AVS