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Provocative

by Chris Wind

provocative social commentary audio collages
Genre: Spoken Word: Satire
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1. Dear Santa, Our Father
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2. Desert Storm (feat. Rick Millward)
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3. Logic 101
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4. We're So Stupid
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5. Old Macdonald
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6. Toys Make Us
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7. Chant (feat. Rick Millward)
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8. When You Buy Disposables
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9. A-Hunting We Will Go
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10. The Real Gun (feat. Rick Millward)
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11. (You) Make Me
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12. Laughing At Canada
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13. Negotiations
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14. When You're Happy
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15. Hark the Herald Angels Sing - Bonus Track from Chris Wind's Christmas Album
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Great stuff, Chris! Timely, thought-provoking, dark, and funny!” Kevin Holm-Hudson, WEFT 1994

“Chris does a great job making a point while being entertaining and interesting. … Overall this is a fine work, and worth listening to.” Kevin Slick, gajoob

“Getting your new tape was pure delight. … You’ve even got a sense of humor albeit rather black.” Don Campau, KFR

About chris wind's christmas album, from which the bonus track is taken:

“This one surprised me. Having only been privy to Wind’s instrumental works, most of which are lean and careful synthesizer constructions, her Christmas Album hit me with its direct and pointed wit and powerful, cutting sarcasm with unmistakable point. This tape is loaded with social comment. “Radioactive Rudolph” and “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” offer up environmental protest. While others sing of tyrannical savagery, power mongering despotism, AIDS (her “Twelve Days of Christmas” should become a classic), big business corruption, world unrest, the plight of illegal aliens, child abuse (witness her “Silent Night” – “Silent night, holy night / All is calm, all is not right: / Someone beat and burned the child / This time things went really wild – / Sleep in heavenly peace, / Sleep in heavenly peace”), atheism, and more. Wind pulls no punches with this one, and while the singing by Wind and Peg Tittle is quite jagged and often raw, this serves to make the proceedings even more direct and powerful – and humorous too. Highly recommended. The perfect stocking stuffer.” gajoob 1992

“Twisted Xmas tunes, don’t tell Santa!” Don Campau, KFR

“It’s really good to see that you haven’t lost your sense of humor. Everyone I’ve played the Christmas Album for so far really loved it. … Rest assured that this baby will get plenty of air.” Ben Kettlewell, WOMR


cover art - Ken Stange


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