- Performer:The Beakers
- Title:Four Steps Toward a Cultural Revolution
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,New Wave,Post-Punk,Punk/New Wave
- Date of release:November 2, 2004
- Size FLAC version1949 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1278 megabytes
- Size WMA version1785 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 XM APE AHX MMF MOD
The four Beakers, George Romansic, drums, Mark H. Smith, guitar and vocals, Jim Anderson, sax and vocals, and Frankie Sundsten, bass, were an abrupt, powerful force on the Seattle musical scene, who through the force of their personalities and charmingly abrasive music made that town quake, dance and smile. Red Towel (Mr. Brown) takes at least two listenings to come through, then kicks in hard. Got it. + add. album.
The Beakers - Red Towel 02:49. The Beakers - Four Steps Toward A Cultural Revolution 01:29. The Beakers - Football Season's In Full Swing 02:37. The Beakers - Walking 01:39. The Beakers - Bones 02:16. The Beakers - What's Important? 02:01.
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CreditsJim Anderson - Member of Attributed Artist, Saxophone, Vocals
Jim Anderson - Saxophone, Sound Effects, Vocals
The Beakers - Composer, Primary Artist
John Golden - Mastering
Mark Greer - Mastering
Kristine Larsen - Photography
Larry Reid - Liner Notes
Bill Rieflin - Audio Production
Joellyn Rock - Cover Art
George Romansic - Drums, Member of Attributed Artist
Mark H. Smith - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Francesca Sundsten - Bass
Frankie Sundsten - Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
Kim Thayil - Liner Notes
|1||Red Towel The Beakers||The Beakers||2:49|
|2||4 Steps Toward a Cultural Revolution The Beakers||The Beakers||1:29|
|3||Football Season's in Full Swing The Beakers||The Beakers||2:37|
|4||Walking (Showbox) The Beakers||The Beakers||1:39|
|5||Bones The Beakers||The Beakers||2:16|
|6||What's Important? The Beakers||The Beakers||2:00|
|7||3 Important Domestic Inventions The Beakers||The Beakers||3:09|
|8||Third in B (Berkeley Square) The Beakers||The Beakers||1:59|
|9||Christmas Letter from Home The Beakers||The Beakers||2:57|
|10||Fig. 21 The Beakers||The Beakers||3:07|
|11||Dinosaurus Mambo (Showbox) The Beakers||The Beakers||3:37|
|12||I'm Crawling The Beakers||The Beakers||2:28|
|13||Use Your Fingers (Berkeley Square) The Beakers||The Beakers||1:16|
|14||Line Up The Beakers||The Beakers||2:52|
|15||Insulation (Showbox) The Beakers||The Beakers||2:26|
|16||Thinking Postmodern The Beakers||The Beakers||2:28|
|17||Funky Town (Berkeley)||The Beakers||2:24|