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|Released||May 10, 1994|
|Genre||Industrial Punk Jazz|
|Label||Pathological / Big Cat / Savage Land|
Gyatso is the final studio album by industrial punk jazz band 16-17, released on May 10, 1994 by Pathological Records and Big Cat Records, re-released by Savage Land 2008.
16-17 was a band from Basel, Switzerland. Their music combined punk rock, hardcore punk, jazz and industrial music.
AllMusic staff writer William York calls Gyatso a "a take-no-prisoners piece of industrial hardcore jazz".
AllMusic is an online music database. It catalogs more than 3 million album entries and 30 million tracks, as well as information on musical artists and bands. It launched in 1991, predating the World Wide Web.
All tracks composed by Alex Buess, Markus Kneubuehler and Knut Remond (16-17)
Alex Buess is a Swiss composer, saxophone player, producer and sound artist born in 1954 in Basel (CH).
|4.||"Fall Of The West"||2:58|
|5.||"Black And Blue"||6:23|
|6.||"Two Way Mirror"||4:03|
|12.||"The Trawler (Dredged Up Mix)"||4:06|
|13.||"Motor (Alien Body Mix)"||6:34|
Adapted from the Gyatso liner notes.
Kevin Martin is a musician, record producer and journalist, often known under his recording alias The Bug from England, UK. Martin moved from Weymouth to London around 1990 and is now currently based in Berlin, Germany. He has been active for over two decades, in the genres of dub, jazzcore, industrial hip hop, dancehall, and dubstep.
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|Europe||1994||Big Cat||CD||PATH 12|
|Europe||2008||Savage Land||CD||SL 06|
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