01. I Wanna Know About You

02. The Subversive Sound

MP303. Smash It Up

04. (I've Got) Survival Sickness

MP305. The Reproduction Of Death

06. Imposter Costume

07. Intermission

08. Only Lovers Left Alive

09. Do I Have To Spell It Out

10. Will It Ever Be Quiet?

11. Enslavement Blues

12. Ready Steady Go!



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Survival Sickness
The International Noise Conspiracy

The trailblazing American feminist Emma Goldman loved to say, "If I can't dance, I want no part in your revolution." Emma Goldman would love the International Noise Conspiracy. Combining radical anarchist politics and punk-mod-soul sounds, the International Noise Conspiracy's debut, Survival Sickness, reads like a manifesto but moves like a triple-bill featuring the Small Faces, Booker T and the MGs, and Fugazi. The revolution may not be televised, but at least now it has a soundtrack. --S. Duda

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No: #82008

US Rel. Date: 05/09/2000

Type: Full

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L.A. Weekly

Andrew Lentz

THE (INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY Survival Sickness (Epitaph/Burning Heart) Gotta hand it to the Swedes. They are to music what the Japanese are...

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Cheryl Botchick

Which is the more subversive act?: The Who adding jagged stutters to the verses of its classic teen anthem "My Generation" in imitation of its nihilistic,...

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Average Fan Rating: 5.00

 


jeepdionne

03/04/2011

awesome rock n roll baby

ColdWaffles

08/06/2006

If you are looking to get into this band, this is your best bet. Easily their best album to date.

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