Disturbing Domestic Peace

by The Ex

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THIS DIGITAL ALBUM INCLUDES BONUS ITEM: 20-pages booklet scan in PDF

Reviews:
"This is prime stuff. It's primitive when compared with their current wide-ranging output, but even then they were embellishing their their scratchy politico-punk with some interesting instrumental touches. Morse code keyboards, a chipped-flint guitar sound, distorted vocals, and the rhythm section's implacable forward motion make this worth a listen even if you don't care what they had to say."

"What makes them interesting, is their original musical approach, not hindered by technical ingenuity."

Ex Records, 1980.
EX 004/005D

CD at The Ex shop - exmailorder.nl/shop/catalogue/disturbing-domestic-peace

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released January 1, 1980

Terrie (guitar), G.W. Sok (vocals), Bas (bass), Ome Geurt (drums).
Recorded at Joke's Koeienverhuurbedrijf, Schellingwoude, Netherlands. Produced by Dolf Planteijdt.
Originally released as a vinyl album with free bonus live 7" "Live-Skive" (tracks 11-14 on the CD)

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The Ex Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Ex started playing in 1979. Using guitars, bass, drums and voice as their starting point The Ex have continued to musically explore undiscovered areas right up to the present day: collaborations with jazz musicians and an Iraqi-Kurdish band, Kamagurka, Tom Cora, Sonic Youth, Han Bennink, Jan Mulder, Shellac and Wolter Wierbos. In 2002 The Ex set up a lively musical exchange with Ethiopia. ... more

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