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Old 10.12.2015, 12:09 AM   #11
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Christian Marclay/Thurston Moore/Lee Ranaldo
Fuck Shit Up

http://www.sonicyouth.com/mustang/lp/misc13.html

http://exclaim.ca/music/article/chri...aldo-fuck_shit

May 24, 1999: Sonic Youth members perform at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville for the third time in four years. This time around, guitarists Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo flank experimental turntablist Christian Marclay. An audience member shouts, "F*ck sh*t up" just before they start playing -- an album title delivered for free. And then they dived, playing a 63-minute set, followed by a nine-minute encore, bringing the festival to an end. Marclay weaves a backdrop of sounds -- strange snippets of music, needle-skipping, and surface noise -- while Moore and Ranaldo produce huge waves of feedback and walls of electric guitar sounds. The encore finds Marclay delivering the performance of the night, blending noise rock with Dixie and Elvis Presley while Ranaldo accompanies him on what must be one of the last krackleboxes still around: the highlight of the album. The album was mixed down from two recordings of the show, one made in the venue itself, the other from Radio-Canada.
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