Opium Jukebox / Never Mind The Bhangra A Sex Pistols Tribute
Album: Never Mind The Bhangra A Sex Pistols Tribute   Collection:General
Artist:Opium Jukebox   Added:Jul 2011
Label:Caroline Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-07-24 Pull Date: 2011-09-25
Week Ending: Sep 25 Sep 18 Sep 11 Aug 28 Aug 21 Aug 14 Aug 7 Jul 31
Airplays: 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 26, 2016: a strange pursuit
4. Sep 20, 2011: feelin' the music
Anarchy In The U.K.
2. May 17, 2014: Music Casserole
Holiday In The Sun
5. Sep 13, 2011: feelin' the music
God Save The Queen
3. Sep 23, 2011: Music Casserole
6. Sep 10, 2011: Who Knows (ft. Jason & Miss Les)
God Save The Queen

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2011-07-20
Opium Jukebox – Never Mind the Bhangra…
Reviewed by Sadie O., 7/20/11
Sitar/drone/electronica/club cover of the Sex Pistols album. Actually nothing Bhangra about it, which is disappointing, but it’s still quite interesting stuff. Since there are essentially no vocals, it can be pretty challenging to recognize the songs. Recommended by SF punk scene leader Peter Urban, although you can’t really pogo to it. It’s all pretty awesome, actually.
1. 5:03 **trance-y and really quite lovely, with sitar and fretless bass. The song really lends itself to the format. Goes into subdued club beat with electronics halfway through.
2. 5:20 ***sound collage and plinkybats, jungle beat – odd combination, but damned interesting. Subliminal “Margaret Thatcher”…
3. 4:50 **sitar junglism. Ethereal and pretty. Vacant in much the same way that a Hindu fakir’s mind is vacant. Nice hand drums in last minute.
4. 6:25 ***drone and electronica, very dark. Gets orchestral in second half.
5. 4:15 ***jaunty tabla beat and lots of sitar.
6. 5:43 **rain sounds, sound collage with bits of chanting, dubbiness and randomosity.
7. 4:18 ***so very peaceful, mellow and pretty! And, since it’s not an actual Pistols tune, there’s a recognizable tune. Sitar-electro-lounge.
8. 6:38 **nice tabla sway, pretty sitar drone. Goddamn, I can feel my third eye opening! There’s a bit of rumba beat halfway through, too.
9. 6:50 *dubby sound collage and something that might actually be a dhol drum, making this experimental electro-bhangra (kinda). Actually gets kind of annoying after a while, sorry…

Track Listing
1. Anarchy In The U.K.   5. Holiday In The Sun
2. God Save The Queen   6. Emi
3. Pretty Vacant   7. My Way
4. Bodies   8. Anarchy In The U.K. #2
  9. New York