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Performer:
Goat
Album:
World Music
Style:
Krautrock, Tribal, Nordic, Prog Rock
Released:
20 Aug 2012
Country:
UK
Label:
Rocket Recordings
Catalog:
Launch048
FLAC size:
2987 mb
MP3 size:
2304 mb
WMA size:
2124 mb


Tracklist


1Let It Bleed
2Golden Dawn
3Run To Your Mama
4Goatlord
5Goathead
6Disco Fever
7Goatman
8Det Som Aldrig Förändras / Diarabi
9Diarabi


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LAUNCH048, LAUNCH053Goat World Music ‎(LP, Album, Red + CDr + Ltd)Rocket Recordings, Rocket RecordingsLAUNCH048, LAUNCH053UK2012
LAUNCH048Goat World Music ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Dar)Rocket RecordingsLAUNCH048UK2014
Launch048Goat World Music ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Red)Rocket RecordingsLaunch048UK2012
LAUNCH048Goat World Music ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Tra)Rocket RecordingsLAUNCH048UK2012
Launch 048 PromoGoat World Music ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Rocket RecordingsLaunch 048 PromoUK2012


Notes


Black vinyl edition of 700 (of a total of 1000)
This and the 300 orange vinyl are the first pressings.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 505530035729


Video


  • Bolv
Yet another repress/variant of this album is due out in late January...orange/purple splatter. Available now on their Bandcamp page.
  • Isha
I got it yesterday from my local record shop, it is excellent.
  • Gtonydne
Probably has the most variations of a vinyl for a single release in a 3 year span out of any band on discogs. I'm not complaining though!
  • Olwado
The artist from northern Sweden, to what, they wear masks on stage the members of Goat are from a village that was, in its earliest days, populated by a Voodoo-worshipping clan. The villagers lived peacefully until Christians drove them out (apparently); fleeing, the villagers laid a curse on the place. This us-versus-them scenario, funneled through an album called World Music.Points the spotlight on the band’s omnivorous nature as they use whatever inspirations come to hand.fro-beat and Afro-rock meeting the intoxicating Krautrock of Amon Düül II, Can and any number of proto-punk outfits jamming over the Omen soundtrack. It’s all lyrically shards of guitar, necromancy percussion, and entangled chants and melodies. It’s a peek into the minds of the Brothers Grimm as they astral travel from Kinshasa to Detroit, stopping off for a mushroom-fueled trip with Hawkwind through the valleys of Wales, and a Stockholm-based avant-jazz gig along the way. It’s insane, chaotic, and wholly brilliant.Goatlord”, with shrieking, echoing vocals, and more of those beautiful amp-fusing picked leads. There’s the watching the Wickerman burn orgy of “Goathead”, with low-end bass rumbles, fervent percussion, warping feedback, and a gentile folk stroll to finish. “Let it Bleed” has fuzzed-out vocals and a jazzy-saxophone flourish to subvert its uplifting indie-pop riffs, and everything comes crashing together on spectacular closer “Det Som Aldrig Förändras”. Droning, psychedelic keyboardsThe majority of World Music‘s tracks are brief and nasty, giving the album a mean lo-fi edge. But while the album is filthy and echo-laden, it is also warm, with a hefty, thick pulse. It’s stuffed to the corners with sounds, and the balance between messy analogue ambitions and ensuring all the instruments are captured and rendered for maximum narcotic effect is superbly gauged—both the production and mix are excellent.