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Whitehouse - New Britain Album

Whitehouse - New Britain Album

  • Performer: Whitehouse
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: New Britain
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Industrial, Power Electronics, Noise
  • MP3 version size: 2088 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1652 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 502


Movement 1982
Will To Power
Roman Strength
Viking Section
New Britain
Active Force


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WDC 881017Whitehouse New Britain ‎(LP, Ltd)Come OrganisationWDC 881017UK1982
SLCD015Whitehouse New Britain ‎(CD, RE)Susan LawlySLCD015UK1996
WDC 881017Whitehouse New Britain ‎(LP, RE, Unofficial)Come Organisation WDC 881017Unknown


New Britain is the sixth album by Whitehouse released in 1982 by Come Organisation. Much like its title, interior artwork, and lyrical themes suggest, the albums mostly deals with the subject of fascism. The album was initially released on vinyl formats, limited to only 500 copies. It was reissued on compact disc in 1996 through Susan Lawly. Movement 1982 3:46. Roman Strength 3:53. Will to Power 3:43. New Britain 3:52. Ravensbruck 3:56. Kriegserklärung 3:56. New Britain. Whitehouse - New Britain 1982. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Listen free to Whitehouse New Britain Movement 1982, Roman Strength and more. 8 tracks 30:20. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. Released March 1982. New Britain Tracklist. Movement 1982 Lyrics. About New Britain. Sixth studio album by Whitehouse. This record is particularly centered around Fascism, suggested by the song titles and artwork. New Britain Q&A. Sello: Susan Lawly SLCD015. WARNING Extreme electronic music - Please acquire with due caution Susan Lawly has exclusive copyright to all Whitehouse material. SUSAN LAWLY 19821996. Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores. The White House, Washington D. There are more than a few entirely instrumental tracks that are absolutely boring and dull. There have been great instrumental tracks on previous Whitehouse project, so I have no idea how every single one here managed to be so unsatisfying. Like their first album Birthdeath Experience, there are many tracks with dull instrumentals, but even that album had some really solid tracks and not almost every track was dull. read more. 1mo. Tune in for LIVE White House events with President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and other , buy and download songs from the album New Britain, including Movement 1982, Roman Strength, Will To Power and many more. Buy the album for 99 . Songs start at 22


The name Whitehouse was chosen both in mock tribute to the British morality campaigner Mary Whitehouse, and in reference to a British pornographic magazine of the same name. The group's founding member and sole constant was William Bennett. He began as a guitarist for Essential Logic. He wrote of those early years, I often fantasised about creating a sound that. Listen to music from Whitehouse like Why You Never Became a Dancer, Wriggle Like a Fucking Eel & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Whitehouse. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Whitehouse Music LC, Baton Rouge, LA. We are a production company. Under our umbrella you will in for LIVE White House events with President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and other officials. Whitehouse: Her Entry, Rapeday, The Second Coming и другие песни. Whitehouse formed in 1980 on the fringe of the industrial music scene. Created by William Bennett, they pioneered a branch of experimental noise known as power electronics, a genre explored by Japanese Read Full Biography. The most notable members besides Bennett are: Philip Best, who joined at age 14 in '82 and largely stayed until Whitehouse's end in 2008, Kevin Tomkins, a member during the 80s who left to start Sutcliffe Jügend, and Peter Sotos, a controversial writer, to say the very least. After a hiatus from 1985 until 1990, the line-up became Bennett, Sotos, and Best


Falya Falya
My response to heretic9 is: that's how it was originally presented on the Come Org release. I'd even go so far as to say that the CD reissues of the original Whitehouse LPs have been disappointing in that the long long silences between tracks were omitted in some cases. As a friend of mine once noted, the silences on Whitehouse records are the most obnoxious silences possible! Imagine that...

Still, while this album is a favorite among many fans, I find it a bit on the cold side. "Dedicated to Peter Kurten" is much harder, much harsher. Then of course there's the notorious "Right to Kill" which is surely their nastiest album, lyrically.
Sudert Sudert
When I first listened to this album, I thought it was one of the best Whitehouse releases I had heard. A perfect blend of high-pitched screeches and deep grating noise. The only thing that annoys me about this release is the inclusion of 30 or so seconds of silence in between each track. But, this is Whitehouse, after all...