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IR25 Dubversive

by Indigenous Resistance

IR25 Dubversive is dub, roots reggae fused with Native American and Indigenous cultures, underlaid with conscious lyrics.
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Ivere...The Land [Soy Sos Mix]
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4:02 $0.75
2. The Land Is Not for Sale [Atenco Emergency Instrumental Mix]
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5:15 $0.75
3. Luana [Soy Sos Mix]
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5:00 $0.75
4. Brothers and Sisters [Deeder Zaman's Burning Babylon Mix]
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4:17 $0.75
5. Galdino Pataxo Warrior [Sawandi's Defiance In the Shadows Mix]
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6:11 $0.75
6. She's Crying for Many [Freshmint Mix]
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1:47 $0.75
7. Sacred Power [Dr Das Ragga Mix]
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4:18 $0.75
8. Krikati [Steven Stanley Empowerment Mix]
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3:06 $0.75
9. Galdino Truth Is What We Need [A Delroy "Fatta" Pottinger Dub Mix]
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4:15 $0.75
10. Galdino Jesus Dos Santos 2010 [D. Watts Riot Mix]
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5:10 $0.75
11. Continue To Fight [Ramjac's Gloriously Funky Mix]
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5:28 $0.75
12. Galdino 2010 [Adrian Sherwood Karaoke Mix]
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3:09 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE is a revolutionary musical collective creating crucial pan global collaborations between indigenous cultures from the jungles, favelas and barrios with those in the industrialized world who work their musical magic in mixing studios and on laptops. IR releases are completely autonomous self-funded works achieved through barter, little money, but an abundance of commitment and co-operation.

To extend the music out from the indigenous ghettos, IR has created a new model of partnership between indigenous people and western artists. This runs counter to the "ROCK STAR MODE" (i.e., Sting, Paul Simon) of portraying exotic indigenous people who are in need of rock stars to accomplish anything of importance and are incapable of independent self-directed actions but excellent for photo ops standing besides the liberal-leaning pop idols.

IR runs counter to trend of trying to this exotification of the indigenous in our collaborations. IR works with indigenous people who live and fight in the jungles for their freedom, we also acknowledge and work with the thousands of indigenous people who live in the favelas (poor areas) of Brazil's major cities like Sao Paulo. These include indigenous computer wizards...Hackers. The image of indigenous people being proficient with computer programming is counter to the current exotic image of indigenous people." IR originates out of the so called "third" and "fourth" world. (Fourth world was a term coined by indigenous activist George Manuel to describe indigenous territories worldwide.) Resourcefulness and ingenuity are the essence of our work as we often work without what many in the "first" world take for granted, like money, stable electricity, instant electronic communication…for a start.

IR also stands for indigenous reality, creating works that show the world of the indigenous as they really are, not the manufactured photo ops published in the mainstream press.



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