| 20 Years In A Montana Missile Silo
Produced by David Thomas.
Cherry Red Records
Released September 29 2017
BRED708, vinyl lp
Available for pre-order on cd or vinyl .
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• EU: vinyl or cd.
| MonkeyNet Tour coming to the US in November
An infinite number of monkeys clicking on an infinite number of links will yield nothing but an infinite number of bananas.
"Famously the only constant in Pere Ubu is Thomas himself, and yet from the opening Monkey Bizness, 20 Years... feels like recognisably the same band that recorded classics like Final Solution and Modern Dance... Angular but well-rounded; Pere Ubu remain as paradoxical as ever."- William Pinfold, Record Collector
Five stars - "The record contains nasty little punk songs." - Albert Koch, Musikexpress
"There's no waste on 20 Years In A Montana Missile Silo, and there's no chaff, either: for all its experimentalism, it's a tight, taut and lean album overall. It's also really rather good, and an album that shows that even after more than four decades, Pere Ubu can produce music that's more thrilling than the majority of contemporary acts." - Christopher Nosnibor, Aural Aggravation
"And when its all over, you've heard a truly authentic voice." - Blow Up
"Where the likes of Black Keys have brought garage-rock to the Enormodomes and Radiohead have dragged the alternative into the stadiums, Pere Ubu have reined both in and rather than smooth out the edges, they have sharpened the edges' serrated teeth." - James Fleming, hifipig.com
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LP Running Order:
|Pere Ubu explained If you really want to understand what Pere Ubu does, read this.
Interviews: Cherry Red Video #1 (The Intruvive Other & The Dark Room) • Dangerous Minds
Links and Background:
'Monkey Bizness' video • Press Release • Band Photos and related Artwork • Bio • Lyrics
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Produced by David Thomas
Engineered by Paul Hamann at Suma, Painesville, Ohio
Mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London.
Cut by Nick Watson on a Neumann VMS80
Design by Keith Davey at Altmark Creative
'Russian' photo courtesy of The Wandering Scot
'Hands' photo courtesy of Francesco Gentile
Pere Ubu is:
David Thomas - vocals
Keith Moliné - guitar
Gary Siperko - guitar
Kristof Hahn - steel guitar
Darryl Boon - clarinet and more
Robert Wheeler - analog synths, theremin
Gagarin - digital synths
Michele Temple - bass
Steve Mehlman - drums, and more
Roshi contributed vocals to 'I Can Still See'