Chumbawamba Uneasy

Chumbawamba - Swingin' With Raymond (1995)  Music

Posted by uff at April 26, 2015
Chumbawamba - Swingin' With Raymond (1995)

Chumbawamba - Swingin' With Raymond (1995)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
One Little Indian 841246 2 | rel: 1995 | 360Mb

As the bandmembers themselves call it, Swingin' With Raymond is the "Lovin' It record and the Loathin' It record." And, given that it's a double-CD set, that makes perfect sense, especially when the songs seem to split them up so perfectly. Of course, this being Chumbawamba, it would be asking too much to think there aren't touches of irony in the love songs, where Lou Watts' sweet voice soothes over acoustic guitar and arrangements that steer clear of the jagged.
Chumbawamba & Credit to the Nation - Enough Is Enough [One Little Indian 79TP7CD] {UK 1993}

Chumbawamba & Credit to the Nation - Enough Is Enough
FLAC, EAC, LOG & CUE | Lossless Artwork | Size: 97 MB
Label/Cat#: One Little Indian 79TP7CD | Country/Year: UK 1993
Genre: Alternative Rock | Hoster: Filesonic/Uploaded

Enough Is Enough is an anti-fascism single from Chumbawamba & Credit to the Nation, on Chumbawamba's album Anarchy. It reached #56 on UK Charts in 1993 and was supported by a music video…
Chumbawamba - Anarchy (One Little Indian TPLP 46L) (UK 1994) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Chumbawamba - Anarchy
FLAC | Artwork | 24Bit 96kHz: 942 MB | 16Bit 44.1kHz: 364 MB
Cat#: One Little Indian TPLP 46L | Country/Year: UK 1994
Genre: Rock, Pop, Electro, Folk | Hoster: Filesonic/Uploaded

Guaranteed to disturb and delight, from the cover picture of a baby being born to the no-punches-pulled lyrics, Chumbawamba freely indulges in anarchy – which means life without rules, but quite strict discipline. And, to make their case, they mix pop and politics, putting the iron fist (with its many pop culture references) inside the velvet glove of modern pop music…

Chumbawamba - Shhh (Agit Prop PROP 11) (UK 1992) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)  Vinyl & HR

Posted by luckburz at Dec. 29, 2010
Chumbawamba - Shhh (Agit Prop PROP 11) (UK 1992) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Chumbawamba - Shhh
FLAC | Artwork | 24Bit 96kHz: 929 MB | 16Bit 44.1kHz: 298 MB
Cat#: Agit Prop PROP 11 | Country/Year: UK(?) 1992
Genre: Anarcho Punk, Electro, Folk, Leftfield | Hoster: FS + HF/FF

Shhh is a 1992 album by anarchist punk band Chumbawamba. It was originally recorded and written as "Jesus H. Christ," an album that relied heavily on samples. A number of the musicians whose material had been sampled objected, and the album was largely re-worked to defend artistic intent and criticise censorship.

Chumbawamba - Readymades [2002]  Music

Posted by retan at Dec. 8, 2009
Chumbawamba - Readymades [2002]

Chumbawamba - Readymades [2002]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 340 MB | Covers, Booklet | TIFF (LWZ) 300ppi | 40 MB
Pop/Rock | 2002 | Label: Universal Records | Catalog Number: 440 018 071-2 | RAR 10% Rec. | Rapidshare, Filesonic

Once listeners accept that Chumbawamba got lucky and will never, ever have another "Tubthumping" in them, the better off they'll all be. And the sooner they recognize this, the sooner they can begin to enjoy the subtle charms of this anarchist combo. Because beneath the snarky, self-imposed label, Chumbawamba is a pretty smart pop band, heavy on hooks and even heavier on ideological grandstanding. Readymades basically follows the pattern laid out on their previous two albums. The pop is a little more forward, as is the political theorizing, but it's a consistent listen (more so than the Tubthumper album). Best moment: the wispy folk and anti-capitalist sentiment of "Don't Try This at Home."
Michael Gallucci, All Music Guide

Chumbawamba - Wysiwyg [2000]  Music

Posted by retan at Nov. 11, 2009
Chumbawamba - Wysiwyg [2000]

Chumbawamba - Wysiwyg [2000]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 325MB | Covers | TIFF (LWZ) 300ppi | 12 MB
Pop/Rock | 2000 | Label: EMI | Catalog Number: 5249682 | RAR 10% Rec. | RS.com

Nearly everyone that was seduced by Chumbawamba's irresistible "Tubthumping" wasn't aware that the band had not only kicked around for over decade, but that they were politically active, social satirists with a penchant for anarchy, both in their politics and music. Of course, nobody would be able to discern that from "Tubthumping," since its sendup of lads shouting "lager, lager, lager" was so accurate that it appealed to the very audience it was spoofing. Still, it was a terrific pop single, and it broke down the doors for the group in America, where Alice Nutter made headlines when she encouraged fans to shoplift their record. If America was amused by Chumbawamba and their antics, the band was even more amused, even befuddled, by the U.S. – so much so that they decided to make What You See Is What You Get, their sequel to Tubthumping, a snapshot of their view of the land of excess. Consisting of 22 songs in under 48 minutes, WYSIWYG is as fast and furious and saturated with pop culture – just like life at the end of the 20th century. Every song moves so fast that the album initially seems a bit like a blur, albeit a tuneful, clever blur. The very brevity of the tracks guarantees that there isn't a track here as chart-friendly as Chumbawamba's fluke hit, but there are plenty of melodies and catchy hooks – they just happen to be pieced together like a collage with a bunch of sound samples, found sounds, snippets of television, spoken words, drum loops, and the like, with all of it folding back onto itself in the second half of the record. As social satirists, the group is a little obvious this time around – "Hey Hey We're the Junkies" is set to the tune of "Hey Hey We're the Monkees," "Pass It Along" sends up Microsoft's slogan "Where Do You Want to Go Today," the 1999 Woodstock riots are justified by "I'm Not Sorry, I Was Having Fun," there are shout-outs to "any Branch Davidians in the house" on "Jesus in Vegas," and they name-drop Jerry Springer – but maybe the point is that America is a little obvious and superficial.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide
Postcolonial Theory & Psychoanalysis: From Uneasy Engagements to Effective Critique (repost)

Postcolonial Theory & Psychoanalysis: From Uneasy Engagements to Effective Critique by Mrinalini Greedharry
English | 2008-07-08 | ISBN: 0230521630 | PDF | 232 pages | 0,5 MB

How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at June 29, 2016
How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet

Benjamin Peters, "How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet (Information Policy)"
ISBN: 0262034182 | 2016 | EPUB/MOBI | 312 pages | 4 MB/4 MB
Islam Evolving: Radicalism, Reformation, and the Uneasy Relationship with the Secular West

Taner Edis, "Islam Evolving: Radicalism, Reformation, and the Uneasy Relationship with the Secular West"
ISBN: 163388189X | 2016 | EPUB | 340 pages | 635 KB

Uneasy Alliances  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at June 28, 2016
Uneasy Alliances

Uneasy Alliances: Race and Party Competition in America by Paul Frymer
English | 25 Apr. 2010 | ISBN: 0691057958 | 260 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Paul Frymer argues provocatively that two-party competition in the United States leads to the marginalization of African Americans and the subversion of democracy. Scholars have long claimed that the need to win elections makes candidates, parties, and government responsive to any and all voters.