Zea | The Beginner

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The Beginner

by Zea

High energy guitar songs with urgent lyrics on punky beats and grimy bass lines. Joyfully obstinate, wonderfully bonkers.
Genre: Electronic: Baile Funk
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1. Song For Electricity
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2. The Beginning
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0:04 $0.39
3. We've Got A Crisis
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4. I Follow Up Front
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5. Dat Is Net Sa Moai
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6. Agrarian Daydreams
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7. Bourgeois Blues
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8. Why So Scared?
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9. Staande Ben Ik Vergeten Wat Ik Dacht Toen Ik Lag
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10. Waitress
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11. Armpit Elastica
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12. 20 Cent
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13. Rubbing The Board With No
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14. Parked Forever
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15. Donkeys Don't Grow Here
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Losing Today (about the We Better Boil Soup Of The Grown-Ups 7"): “Zea is the alter-ago of Amsterdams Arnold de Boer, a man who holds no stock in normality or convention. The seven tracks on this release hint at an unquiet mind not content to entertain the same idea for too long, just get it down and move on to the next one. Kicking off with the electro-clash melee that is ‘Why So Scared’, madness ensues in the form of an Art of Noise/ Dizzee Rascal garage-ska mash up with a brass hook that stops just short of crossing the line between catchy and eye gougingly annoying. (…) Clearly a man of wild imagination and restless spirit, Zeas punk ethic proves the bedrock to this collection of tracks and to his career to date. Wonderfully bonkers”. RICHARD STOKOE


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