Very good FM capture. Thanks to FREDHEADSET for sharing.
Original Info File:
The Beatnigs was an early collaboration featuring Michael Franti and Rono Tse. The band's stage performance included the use of power tools such as a rotary saw on a metal bar to create industrial noise and pyrotechnics. One venue for the band was the infamous Barrington Hall. Franti at the time worked for Berkeley's Subway Guitars. Songs like "Television: The Drug of the Nation" were performed by the band and were later rerecorded for their next project, The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy.
Here we can hear them perform live at the Effenaar in Eindhoven, The Netherlands on December 16. 1989
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01 Street Fulla Nigs
02 C I A
03 Pre-War America
04 Malcom X
05 People Are The Best Part Of The Nature
06 Fight Fire With Water
Line up :
Michael Franti - vocals, bass, industrial percussion
Henry Flood - congas, timbales, industrial percussion
Andre Flores - keyboards, vocals, industrial percussion
Rono Tse - industrial percussion, circular saw, siren electric buzzer, tire rim, chains, whistle, oil drum, shakers, tamberines, angle grinder
Kevin Hunter - vocals, tapes, industrial percussion
Another one from the box of old tapes !