Top Consolidated Albums
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Capitalism Flash Bang Wallop (Jack Dangers Remix) - Single
Capitalism Flash Bang Wallop (Jack Dangers Remix) - Single
[2020]
Capitalism (The Joy Thieves Remix) [The Joy Thieves Remix] - Single
Capitalism (The Joy Thieves Remix) [The Joy Thieves Remix] - Single
[2020]
Capitalism (Darryl Hell Remix) - Single
Capitalism (Darryl Hell Remix) - Single
[2020]
Capitalism (Bass Kittens Remix) - Single
Capitalism (Bass Kittens Remix) - Single
[2020]
Capitalism - Single
Capitalism - Single
[2020]
free Music or Stockpiled Death
free Music or Stockpiled Death
[2003]
Tikkun; Survivor Demos
Tikkun; Survivor Demos
[1999]
Dropped
Dropped
[1997]
Business of Punishment
Business of Punishment
[1994]
Warning: Explicit Lyrics - EP
Warning: Explicit Lyrics - EP
[1993]
Accept Me for What I Am / You Suck - EP
Accept Me for What I Am / You Suck - EP
[1992]
Play More Music
Play More Music
[1992]
Friendly Fa$cism
Friendly Fa$cism
[1991]
Unity of Oppression - EP
Unity of Oppression - EP
[1991]
Dysfunctional - EP
Dysfunctional - EP
[1990]
The Myth of Rock
The Myth of Rock
[1990]
Consolidated - EP
Consolidated - EP
[1989]
Related Information for Consolidated
Consolidated was an American radical recording and performing collective, formed in in San Francisco in 1988. They were distinguished by left-leaning political activism and politically radical lyrics, as well as their innovative sonic collages which blended industrial and hip-hop styles. Adam Sherburne and Mark Pistel had been members of synthpop/dance outfit Until December. Philip Steir had drummed in the funk/rock group Shy Hands. Repudiating those bands' sound and politics, and inspired by Public Enemy's politics and aggressive sound collages, the trio regrouped as Consolidated. They foregrounded their left-wing politics: pro-environment, pro-labor, pro-choice, anti-corporate, pro-animal rights, anti-drug (at le... read more