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David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5)|War and Anarchy

War and Anarchy

David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5)

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For this 1994 album, David Peel returned to his roots, releasing what amounted to an audio newspaper, built on then-recent events such as the Los Angeles riots; his singing style is no more sophisticated than it ever was, but the playing is surprisingly deft and solid, with a suitably jagged punk-influenced guitar part on "Riot in America," and similar flourishes throughout. "Riot Rock" is strangely spellbinding in its mix of rage, nostalgia, and travelogue, and displays a crude but compelling honesty in its mix of amateurish vocalizing and solid music-making; and it hardly matters that it's a thematic repeat of the preceding track. One begins here to understand the modern appeal of Peel's work: in the early '70s he was a novelty act, but he was willing to express anger and rage in unbridled terms yet, in a manner better than a lot of more celebrated bands, turns it into something hypnotically compelling with just the right musical trimmings.
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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1
Riot In America
00:05:16

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

2
Riot Rock
00:04:33

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

3
Life Above The Law
00:06:03

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

4
Anarchy in the USA
00:04:22

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

5
Who Killed JFK
00:06:19

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

6
Hells On Fire
00:06:43

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

7
Stop Aids Forever
00:04:32

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

8
No More Nukes
00:06:04

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

9
Ground Zero
00:04:25

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

10
The Invasion
00:05:40

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

11
World War III
00:06:32

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

12
Stop The War
00:06:33

David Peel, Composer - David Peel with Wayne Kramer (MC5), MainArtist

2007 David Peel 2007 David Peel

Presentación del Álbum

For this 1994 album, David Peel returned to his roots, releasing what amounted to an audio newspaper, built on then-recent events such as the Los Angeles riots; his singing style is no more sophisticated than it ever was, but the playing is surprisingly deft and solid, with a suitably jagged punk-influenced guitar part on "Riot in America," and similar flourishes throughout. "Riot Rock" is strangely spellbinding in its mix of rage, nostalgia, and travelogue, and displays a crude but compelling honesty in its mix of amateurish vocalizing and solid music-making; and it hardly matters that it's a thematic repeat of the preceding track. One begins here to understand the modern appeal of Peel's work: in the early '70s he was a novelty act, but he was willing to express anger and rage in unbridled terms yet, in a manner better than a lot of more celebrated bands, turns it into something hypnotically compelling with just the right musical trimmings.
© Bruce Eder /TiVo

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