Screaming Masterpiece
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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0827954070329
Item Dimensions: 4056224492
Label: One Little Indian Us
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: One Little Indian Us
MPN: OLI703/ZS8094
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 15, 2005
Publisher: One Little Indian Us
Release Date: March 16, 2010
Running Time: 76 minutes
Studio: One Little Indian Us

Disc 1:
  1. Á ferð til Breiðafjarðar - Steindór Anderson & Sigur Rós
  2. All Is Full Of Love - Björk
  3. #8, aka, Popplagið - Sigur Rós
  4. Odi et Amo - Jóhann Jóhannsson
  5. Green Grass of Tunnel - Múm
  6. Find What You Get - Bang Gang
  7. Romantica - Apparat Organ Quartet
  8. Brostnar Borgir - Eivør Pálsdóttir
  9. Within Tolerance - Slowblow
  10. Conversation - Finnbogi Pétursson
  11. Motorcrash - The Sugarcubes
  12. Bank - GhostDigital
  13. I'd Ask - Mugison
  14. Fjarskanistan - Amina
  15. Oceania - Björk
  16. Hrafnagaldur - Odin's Raven Magic - Steindór Anderson & Sigur Rós
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Editorial Review:
The tiny, strange, and environmentally harsh Viking country of Iceland has produced some of the world's most original pop music of the past few decades, despite being inhabited by just 300,000 people. Fostered by a physical isolation from the world and temperatures that strongly encourage humans to stay inside, the nation has developed a music that tends just as much towards a light ethereality as it does jagged, experimental harshness. The soundtrack to this ironically-titled music documentary (originally called Gargandi Snilld) mixes lesser-known Icelandic acts (Bang Gang, Minuswith, Slowblow, Mugison) with ones that we can presume live inside the iPods of every other college kid (Sigur Rós, Múm, Björk). And while there is an unfortunate paucity of rarities by the better known acts, true discoveries abound: Mugison imagines the Kings of Convenience matched with White Hassle; Jóhann Jóhannsson's flotational sounds with the Kraftwerk voice trick are a joy; and you just have to hear the Apparat Organ Quartet. –Mike McGonigal

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