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Active in the late 80’s and early 90’s, the Canadian duo Guerilla Welfare self-released two LPs and a collaborative cassette with the poet Mary Howes during their time. The music they made was some of the most vital post-punk produced in this period - no mean feat considering their peers. Taking the ‘studio as instrument’ technique pioneered by the likes of Brian Eno, the pair mixed punk-funk, dub, anarcho-punk and dance music with an avant-garde flair. The resulting music touches on everything from Arthur Russell to A Certain Ratio to African Head Charge. New Musique Plastique compilation The Nature Of Human Nature collects some of Guerilla Welfare’s most essential cuts.

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  1. 1 Melting Pot 1:07 Guerilla Welfare
  2. 2 Fear Arises 1:10 Guerilla Welfare
  3. 3 Aggression 1:32 Guerilla Welfare
  4. 4 Thought Breeds Fear 1:02 Guerilla Welfare
  5. 5 Easy Street 1:06 Guerilla Welfare
  6. 6 Atom Bomb 1:26 Guerilla Welfare
  7. 7 Rock-A-Bye 1:17 Guerilla Welfare
  8. 8 I Was Born 1:16 Guerilla Welfare
  9. 9 All Things Are Connected 1:21 Guerilla Welfare
  10. 10 So, Today... 1:28 Guerilla Welfare

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