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The Flying Luttenbachers - Destroy All Music (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 08,  · Constructive Destruction is the debut album of The Flying Luttenbachers, released in through ugEXPLODE Jeb Bishop – bass guitar, trombone Chad Organ – tenor saxophone Dylan Posa.
  2. Vandermark exited the Luttenbachers in April , although he briefly returned in order to record the LP Destroy All Music. An East Coast tour followed, but during the return trip, Walter announced he was dissolving the group, disgusted by the creative complacency of the other members. He recorded the next few Flying Luttenbachers singles as a solo act before .
  3. Destroy All Music is the second album by The Flying Luttenbachers, released in through ugEXPLODE.
  4. From Incarceration by Abstraction, The Flying Luttenbachers' album.-ALL- instruments performed by Weasel Walter. It's a great opener because it basically sums up all assets of the project; the aleatoric, hyper-through-composed diffusion of chaos-impulse and arbitrary thought-mechanism, and not least the sheer pain of sound. This is Weasel telling you to not anticipate .
  5. "The debut offering by the latest Flying Luttenbachers line-up featuring guitar virtuoso Ed Rodriguez (also Gorge Trio, ex-Colossamite, ex-Iceburn), bassist Mike Green (also Burmese) and Weasel Walter back on the drum throne. The Void, is both an eight movement suite and a musical riddle (If you have ears, you'll figure it out.)5/5(2).
  6. Music Reviews: Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder by The Flying Luttenbachers released in via ugEXPLODE.
  7. May 21,  · Destroy All Music, an Album by The Flying Luttenbachers. Released in on ugEXPLODE (catalog no. ug ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Noise Rock, Avant-Garde Jazz/5(5).
  8. The Flying Luttenbachers biography Founded in Chicago, USA in - Disbanded in - Reformed in Claiming eccentric titles like Free Jazz, Spazzcore and Avant-garde; though descriptive they don't quite show justice to "The Flying Luttenbachers" music scope.

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