Issued with a Forcefedglass insert. Matrix, Runout (Side A): TSF-001-A F/W GSV. Matrix, Runout (Side B): TSF-001-B F/W GSV. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Running On Borrowed Time. The Fall Of Leningrad. The Masters Of Palekh.
However, Leningrad did not fall at any point during the 880 days of siege and probably would not have fallen at any point. The people of Leningrad made the ultimate sacrifice for their nation and the siege was truly horrific. Actual civilian causalities due to war remained low but the starvation was brutal. That was also the Germans plan because they realized they could not handle so POW's at Leningrad.
Procurar: Back to the page of Forcefedglass. When Backs Are Turned Knives Are Pulled. Album, 1998, Pensive Recording Group. 3. What Do You Think of That ? 4. A Hollywood Ending. 5. Something to Say. 6. The Plague. 7. Nailed to the Wall. 9. Proper Use of Explosives. 12. Strapped In. Saber mais. Split, 1999, Electric Human Project, Spiritfall Records. The swarm aka knee deep in the dead. 1. Untreated Symptom.
In November 1941 Leningrad started experiencing food shortages. Food stamps had long been introduced for more equal distribution of the shrinking stocks of foodstuffs. Around 780,000 residents died of cold and hunger during the first winter of the siege. Boris Kudoyarov/RIA Novosti. The city's water supply was disrupted, so residents had to collect water from cracks in the asphalt on Nevsky Prospect caused by artillery fire. Trenches were dug and barricades erected on the outskirts of Leningrad to defend the city from all sides. Everyone did his or her bit. Residents also made a point of keeping their city tidy: They kept streets clear of snow, ice, and dirt. Grigoriy Chertov/RIA Novosti. Children who had lost their parents and found themselves trapped inside Leningrad were sent to orphanages; whenever possible, school classes were organized for them.
The women of Leningrad had received the album; that was what was most important. The summer of 1942 passed, the year ended and another year of war began. The promised message had not arrived, but the news from the Leningrad Front was better. The album was taken to the Leningrad Theatre of Musical Comedy where it was signed by the famous and dearly loved ballerina, Nina Peltser and her colleagues. The theatre remained open throughout the Siege. In a conversation in the 1980’s, Nina Peltser recalled : The auditorium, seating 1300, was always full. In the wings dancers would fall down exhausted, but on the stage all was merriment, the orchestra thundered and everything went on as it should in an operetta. As well as the familiar productions the audience loved, the company put on twenty new productions in the years of the Siege.
Forcefedglass, The Fall Of Leningrad - Split 7''. 2016-09-13. Released on The Sound Factory in 1999.
|A1||–Forcefedglass||Running On Borrowed Time|
|A2||–Forcefedglass||Dead Mans Float|
|B1||–The Fall Of Leningrad||The Masters Of Palekh|
|B2||–The Fall Of Leningrad||Pravada|
- Lacquer Cut At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
- Bass, Vocals [Screams] – Justin* (tracks: A1, A2)
- Drums, Vocals [Shrieks] – Ben* (tracks: A1, A2)
- Guitar, Vocals [Roars] – Evan* (tracks: A1, A2)
- Lacquer Cut By – GSV*
NotesIssued with a Forcefedglass insert.
Processing company and engineer uncredited, identified by the run-out etchings.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): TSF-001-A F/W GSV
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): TSF-001-B F/W GSV
|TSF#001||Forcefedglass / The Fall Of Leningrad||Forcefedglass / The Fall Of Leningrad - Forcefedglass / The Fall Of Leningrad (7", Cok)||The Sound Factory||TSF#001||US||1999|