Kultur Shock

Members of Kultur Shock: Amy Denio, Chris Stromquist, Guy Davis (5), Mario Butkovich, Masashi Kobayashi, Matty Noble, Paris Hurley, Srđan Jevđević, Val Kiossovski
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.kulturshock.com/home, http://www.myspace.com/kulturshock, http://twitter.com/#!/Kultur_Shock, https://www.facebook.com/kulturshockband, http://www.youtube.com/user/kulturshockrecords

Discography of Kultur Shock:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Fucc The I.N.S. 12 Audio 2001-09-00 Kool Arrow Records
2 Kultura-Diktatura 13 Audio 2004 Kool Arrow Records
3 Live In Amerika 14 Audio 1999 Pacific Records (10)
4 We Came To Take Your Jobs Away 10 Audio 2006 Kool Arrow Records
5 Integration 11 Audio 2009 Kultur Shock Records
6 Live In Europe 16 Audio 2007 Kultur Shock Records
7 Ministry Of Kultur 11 Audio 2011-03-01 Kultur Shock Records
8 Live At Exit Fest 2010 14 Audio 2011 Kultur Shock Records
9 Kultura-Diktatura 13 Audio 2004 Kool Arrow Records
10 Tales Of Grandpa Guru, Vol​.​1 6 Audio 2012-07-31 Not On Label (Kultur Shock Self-released)
11 Stop The Disco 3 Audio 2012-09-20 Not On Label (Kultur Shock Self-released)
12 Lovesexfoodmoney 3 Audio 2012-12-00 Not On Label (Kultur Shock Self-released)
13 We Came To Take You Jobs Away 10 Audio 2006 Koolarrow Records

Founded in Seattle in 1996, Kultur Shock is the brain-child of Yevdjevich, who relocated to the US with the help of Joan Baez following the Siege of Sarajevo (92-94). The band began as an electric-folk-trad quartet, but with some pushing from the likes of Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic (himself the child of Croatian immigrants)—Yevdjevich reformed the band as a rock outfit borrowing from the catalog of Balkan trad. With an introduction from Jello Biafra, the band signed to Kool Arrow Records, the SF-based label of Faith No More's Billy Gould, through which they released three studio albums.

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