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The BOT BOX – $50

Handmade box set of all of my  music, as well as rare and unreleased tracks and video.

brian botkiller the bot boxVideo Overview of the BOT BOX:

 

The BOT BOX is a collection of ALL of the music I’ve done over the past ten years. It includes: 
Handmade, hand painted storage box.  A copy of “Welcome to Postwar USA”, “The sky EP”, the “Against all Odds” CD single (very rare, only released for DJs previously), A USB flash drive is included with over twenty unreleased and RARE tracks, as well as video.  A DVD is included, “Live at The Atomic Cantina”.  There is also a patch, buttons, stickers, a signed photo, and other goodies if I can get them in there.
These are HAND MADE and VERY LIMITED. They are mad FOR YOU when you order, so there may be some delay, please allow at least one week for your BOT BOX to be created.
I’ll also throw in free digital downloads of my music for ONE YEAR when you buy a BOT BOX.

WELCOME TO POSTWAR USA full-length CDr release – $10.00 + $2.00 sh/h

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CDr, Limited edition pressing of only 100 copies.  Features En Esch (of KMFDM/Slick Idiot) on “Welcome to Postwar USA“.  Shipping is $2.00 in the US.  Internationally, contact me before purchasing.Buy Mp3s HERE: http://brianbotkiller.bandcamp.com/–tracklisting–1. oscillation – 6:042. suddenly the next day – 7:05
3. wake up call – 5:10

4. renovate – 5:19

5. mind and space – 5:56

6. it’s computer time – 3:10

7. communication – 5:17
communication by brianbotkiller

8. welcome to postwar usa (feat. en esch) – 4:36
Welcome to Postwar USA (Feat. En Esch, former KMFDM) by brianbotkiller

9. against all odds – 11:50

total run time: 54:47

About the album:

I have been wanting to release this album for many years.  I first wrote the song, “Welcome to Postwar USA”, many years ago, during the Bush Regime in America, as a protest song against his policies nationally and globally.

That song caught the attention of En Esch, former member of KMFDM, who said he’d like to do vocals on the song. A year later, I released it as an EP digitally and sold some CDr copies.
A year after that, I’m releasing the full length disc.  I realize that our Regime has changed since then, but I believe that what Bush did is beyond being forgotten even when he’s gone from office.  Hence, Welcome to Postwar USA is the album’s title track.

In addition to this song are some other older favorites, like “Suddenly the Next day” and “It’s computer time”.  ”Wake up call” stands as a protest against popular media and news culture.  ”Renovate” is a fun dance tune with a thought provoking edge.

I had to release this album, to feel like I’d finally done something that I’d meant to do for years.  I’m glad to have done it, and will continue on strong from here.

I have been wanting to release this album for many years.  I first wrote the song, “Welcome to Postwar USA”, many years ago, during the Bush Regime in America, as a protest song against his policies nationally and globally.

That song caught the attention of En Esch, former member of KMFDM, who said he’d like to do vocals on the song. A year later, I released it as an EP digitally and sold some CDr copies.
A year after that, I’m releasing the full length disc.  I realize that our Regime has changed since then, but I believe that what Bush did is beyond being forgotten even when he’s gone from office.  Hence, Welcome to Postwar USA is the album’s title track.

In addition to this song are some other older favorites, like “Suddenly the Next day” and “It’s computer time”.  ”Wake up call” stands as a protest against popular media and news culture.  ”Renovate” is a fun dance tune with a thought provoking edge.

I had to release this album, to feel like I’d finally done something that I’d meant to do for years.  I’m glad to have done it, and will continue on strong from here.