Post-Punk legends (and working band of the present), Mission of Burma, have returned with The Obliterati –their third LP since their 2004 “comeback” album. In the spirit of all things Burma, An Aquarium Drunkard wants to give away some M.O.B treats to those readers with a sense of appreciation for musical history. If any of the following items grab your attention, keep reading to find out how they can be yours.
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+ One pair of tickets to the Los Angeles show at the Troubadour (9/22/06) – 21+
+ One Pair of tickets to the San Diego show at the Brick by Brick (9/23/06) – 21+
+ Four copies of the new album on CD
+ Two T-shirts (mens or womens)
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First come first serve to those who answer the questions correctly — just email me your amswer and what you want (tickets, shirt, cd, etc).

1) What book chronicling independent alternative music and the artists who shaped it (featuring Mission of Burma) did I post on since the blog’s inception?
2) What group did I post sessions to their 1993 album that was originally engineered by Steve Albini (and then later trashed)? Hint: they are also featured in the aformentioned book referenced above.

Send your answers to: AquariumDrunkard (at) Gmail (dot) com

DOWNLOAD:

MP3: Mission of Burma :: 2wice
MP3: Mission of Burma :: Dirt
MP3: Mission of Burma :: Wounded World
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Amazon: Mission of Burma – The Obliterati
http://www.missionofburma.com/
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+ Mission of Burma available through eMusic’s 25 Free MP3 offer.

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