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|Over the Edge Vol. 8: Sex Dirt|
|Compilation album (Edited Radio Show)by|
|The Encyclopedia of Popular Music|
Sex Dirt distills a single episode of Negativland's radio program Over the Edge, broadcast on KPFA.
Unlike previous volumes of the Over The Edge series, this disc represents a live, improvisational performance by the group as a whole. Most Over The Edge Broadcasts do not include all of Negativland, and are mostly theme based rather than music based. This show, however, focuses heavily on the performance angle, as seen in many of Negativland's live shows. Also unusual is the use of a piano in the performance. While the recording is theme-oriented, and still has the same flavor as the majority of Over The Edge Broadcasts, the format is somewhat different and much more "musical."
This album was released in 1995 on Negativland's Seeland label.The CD package includes a detailed "Sexual I.Q. Test" insert and a custom-printed moist towelette.
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KPFA is an American listener-funded talk radio and music radio station located in Berkeley, California, broadcasting to the San Francisco Bay Area. KPFA airs public news, public affairs, talk, and music programming. The station signed on the air April 15, 1949, as the first Pacifica Radio station and remains the flagship station of the Pacifica Radio Network.
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