Album artwork for Architecture Of Language: 1979-1982 by Pere Ubu

‘Architecture Of Language 1979-1982’ is a four disc CD bookback set with excerpts from the Pere Ubu scrapbook 75-82, written by David Thomas, including historical photos. It features the ground-breaking ‘New Picnic Time’ described by one critic as the “scariest album ever recorded”. Plus ‘The Art Of Walking’ featuring Mayo Thomson of Red Crayola, ‘Song Of The Bailing Man’ and a further CD of glorious out-takes and oddities, ‘Architectural Salvage’. This release features Ubu approved notes and memorabilia. Reinventing rock music from the ground up, Pere Ubu are equally at ease with Sun Ra and The Monkees, Glen Campbell and The MC5, Can and The Raspberries, they are the white Funkadelic. “Inspired, invigorating, confounding, disturbing…” Rolling Stone As vital as ever, no band before or since has ever sounded like Pere Ubu - period.

Pere Ubu

Architecture Of Language: 1979-1982

Fire Records
Album artwork for Architecture Of Language: 1979-1982 by Pere Ubu
CDx4

$54.99

Includes download code
Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

CD-FIRE-422

Pere Ubu

Architecture Of Language: 1979-1982

Fire Records
Album artwork for Architecture Of Language: 1979-1982 by Pere Ubu
CDx4

$54.99

Includes download code
Released 09/29/2023Catalog Number

CD-FIRE-422

‘Architecture Of Language 1979-1982’ is a four disc CD bookback set with excerpts from the Pere Ubu scrapbook 75-82, written by David Thomas, including historical photos. It features the ground-breaking ‘New Picnic Time’ described by one critic as the “scariest album ever recorded”. Plus ‘The Art Of Walking’ featuring Mayo Thomson of Red Crayola, ‘Song Of The Bailing Man’ and a further CD of glorious out-takes and oddities, ‘Architectural Salvage’. This release features Ubu approved notes and memorabilia. Reinventing rock music from the ground up, Pere Ubu are equally at ease with Sun Ra and The Monkees, Glen Campbell and The MC5, Can and The Raspberries, they are the white Funkadelic. “Inspired, invigorating, confounding, disturbing…” Rolling Stone As vital as ever, no band before or since has ever sounded like Pere Ubu - period.