Black Milk of Dawn
Black Milk of Dawn is Stale Urine's fourth ``studio'' album, a half-hour of the best recordings from June, 1994 to June, 1995. It is less polished than Nutrition in Disguise, but a more satisfying expression of the Stale Urine aesthetic, according to many.
Styles range from the ``Negativland-inspired sound collage'' (according to Burping Lula) of There Is No Oil In Bosnia, to the roots-rock of You'll Be Alone When I Throw You In Jail and Bleed, to the painful noise symphony of Bhopal: Prelude and Fugue.
CreditsMike Benedetti: accordion
Chris DuPuis: guitar
Heidi Hofer: bass
Jon Lange: accordion
Michael Radford: percussion
Kurt Revis: guitar
Adam Villani: percussion
BLACK MILK OF DAWN was mostly recorded during June, 1995 on and around the Caltech campus. BHOPAL, BLEED, DAVID LEFT ME STANDING AT THE ALTAR, YOU'LL BE ALONE WHEN I THROW YOU IN JAIL, and RENAL SUITE copyright © 1995 by Stale Urine. All rights reserved.
Stale Urine would like to thank:
Black milk of dawn we drink it at dusk
we drink it at noon and at daybreak we drink it at night
we drink and drink
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