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The Insurgent / Contra  - Split, With Contra? E.P. album flac Performer: The Insurgent
Title: Split, With Contra? E.P.
Style: Punk
Released: 1999
Country: US
MP3 album: 1374 mb
FLAC album: 1742 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: AUD AU AA MIDI FLAC WAV ADX
Genre: Rock

B1. –Contra (3). Unity? B2. Propaganda Kills. B3. Ditch. B4. Juliette. This is a repackaging of the Split from 1998 with 100 hand numbered copies made to looks like Crimpshrine's 1988 release "Sleep, What's That? . ", for a Halloween show, where The Insurgent played a set of Crimpshrine songs.

Contra is the second studio album by the American indie rock band Vampire Weekend, produced by band member Rostam Batmanglij and released in January 2010 on XL Recordings. The album title is intended as a thematic allegory and reference to the Nicaraguan ies and the 1987 video game Contra. The album received critical praise and debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.

Genre: Rock Album: Split, With Contra? . A1–The InsurgentRight To Revolution. A2–The InsurgentHad Nowhere. A3–The InsurgentPacified.

Got it. + add. album.

Contra (video game series) While it is unclear whether the game was deliberately named after the Nicaraguan Contra rebels, the ending theme of the original game was titled "Sandinista" (サンディニスタ), after the adversaries of the real-life Contras. As seen at: Lee et al. 1987, p. 29.

Contra insiders say Mr. Calero, a hard-liner like Colonel Bermudez and for years his close associate, now supports demands for the commander's replacement as way to reaffirm civilian control over the movement. Mr. Cesar, regarded as the most moderate member of the directorate, has sided with Colonel Bermudez because, his friends say, he has no rapport with Mr. Calero and believes he himself can better lead the contra movement.

Contra, distributed as Gryzor in Europe and Oceania, is a 1987 run-and-gun action game developed and published by Konami originally released as a coin-operated arcade game on February 20th, 1987. A home version was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988, along with ports for various computer formats, including the MSX2.

Unlike most of the action game, you usually can only control one character, but with 2 guys split contra you will simultaneously control two characters. Touch on left side, right side or both side to control them to avoid familiar obstacle. Return Childhood with another style of playing familiar game. Swap hand to swap position. Try to run as far as possible, try to unlock all stage! ~ Thanks You!

Tracklist

A1 The Insurgent Right To Revolution
A2 The Insurgent Had Nowhere
A3 The Insurgent Pacified
B1 Contra Unity?
B2 Contra Propaganda Kills
B3 Contra Ditch
B4 Contra Juliette

Credits

  • Drums, Vocals – Justin Sullivan (tracks: A1-A3)
  • Guitar – Kyle Garner (tracks: A1-A3)
  • Recorded By – Frank "Sandanista" Rocco (tracks: A1-A3)

Notes

Side A recorded in 3 sessions in June of 1998 at Lyric Rehearsal Studios.
Side B recorded 7/1/98 at Latenight Studios.

This is a repackaging of the Split from 1998 with 100 hand numbered copies made to looks like Crimpshrine's 1988 release "Sleep, What's That? E.P", for a Halloween show, where The Insurgent played a set of Crimpshrine songs.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The Insurgent / Contra The Insurgent / Contra - Your Mind Is Your Fist ‎(7") Not On Label none US 1998