01. A Northwest Passage

MP302. Up For Sale

03. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains

04. Breakout 2001

05. A Body Treatise

MP306. Born Into A Mess

07. New Empire Blues

08. Capitalism Stole My Virginity

09. Last Century Promise

10. Dead Language Of Love

11. A New Morning, Changing Weather



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A New Morning, Changing Weather
The International Noise Conspiracy

New Morning Changing Weather is an incendiary combination of joyous musical abandon and astute political commentary that is designed to agitate the People AND their booties. Building upon familiar themes of resistance firmly established on their debut offering, Dennis Lyxen (former Refused frontman) delivers his scathing brand of political invective with so much musical glee that you might not notice he's trying to foment a revolution! The sound is a fresh and passionate mixture of Soul, Garage, and New Wave, but you can always hear the underpinnings of post-hardcore experimentation bubbling under. "Up For Sale" and "Capitalism Stole My Virginity" demonstrate that the group have pop sensibilities while "A Body Treatise" and "Born Into A Mess" expose their darker more intense side.

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No: #82020

US Rel. Date: 10/23/2001

Type: Full

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The (International) Noise Conspiracy, "A New Morning, Changing Weather," Burning Heart/Epitaph. "Property is theft," screamed TSOL's Jack Grisham some...

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T(I)NC's sophomore slab is a patchwork of radical thought, sleek style and musical glee unashamedly lifted from the best the bygone eras of funk, new...

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Average Fan Rating: 5.00

 


jeepdionne

03/04/2011

verry different then refuse. but this awesome

AudioFixation

08/09/2006

I love this record, T(I)NC fuckin rock and how rad can lyxen get he not only had the best voice in hardcore but he can sing amazingly as well!!! the organ at the end of 'a new morning...' is killer

ColdWaffles

08/06/2006

Very, very solid effort from the (International) Noise Conspiracy. Better than Armed Love, but not quite as good as Survival Sickness, in this fan's opinion.

TheOtherOne

12/08/2005

Capitalism stole my virginity is the best song off of this album. All together this album rules

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