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Mass Medium - Robert Wyatt - Old Rottenhat (CDr, Album)


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  1. Buy Old Rottenhat (Vinyl+CD) CD+LP from Robert Wyatt for $ and pay no postage. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at Missing: Mass Medium.
  2. Old Rottenhat is a music studio album recording by ROBERT WYATT (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Old Rottenhat's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts /5(7).
  3. Robert Wyatt has been quoted as declaring that this record was "a conscious attempt to make un-misusable music," i.e., music that couldn't be appropriated by the right or broadcast on Voice of America. VOA doesn't broadcast uncommercial music such as this in any case, but Wyatt did succeed in stating some of his political concerns -- imperialism, the carnage in East Timor, the flaws of rigid.
  4. Old Rottenhat is Wyatt's most politically-charged album, which occasionally comes across as a little bit preachy, and the production is at times slightly desolate, but on the whole Old Rottenhat is a tour de force of Wyatt's strengths, and worthy of an important place in his oeuvre/5(8).
  5. Album "Old Rottenhat" () by ROBERT WYATT song lyrics including "Alliance", "The United States Of Amnesia", "East Timor", "Speechless", "The Age Of Self", "Vandalusia", "The British Road", "Mass Medium", "Gharbzadegi", "P.L.
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  7. Old Rottenhat is the fourth studio album by Robert Wyatt. It was released in November , and in it was reissued in its entirety as part of the CD mikyretusubssimorafusninkpersni.xyzinfo: Canterbury scene, art rock.
  8. Lyrics to "Mass Medium" by ROBERT WYATT: And as history slips out of view / Bated breath for the nine o'clock news / Reassembled right before your very eyes: / Innuendo, rumour and lies / Endless fun and games / Steal a headline, name some names / We're so proud that our press feel so free / To manipulate them, you.

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