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Panga Management
  • Artist: Kalahari Surfers
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 6009656490719
  • Item #: SRD564907
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 4/15/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Panga Management on CD

Kalahari Surfers - Panga Management Label: Micro Dot Catalog#: MDCD009 Format: CD Country: South Africa Released: 2006 Genre: Electronic Style: Breakbeat, Dub Notes: Composed and performed by The Kalahari Surfers. All work realised at Milestone Studios Cape Town. Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote) Rate It Submitted by: Greg_senpai 3 for sale in the Discogs Marketplace Tracklisting: 1 Panga Intro (0:35) 2 Disarm Him (Country Music) (11:22) 3 Slava (6:20) 4 Mazda Village (7:22) 5 Catch Them In The Act (7:28) 6 Kavady (6:01) 7 Braai Nylon (7:57) 8 Tsa Na Na (Dubious Remix) (5:26) 9 Popshield (5:15) 10 Shack (Zim Remix) (8:50) 11 Panga Management (3:20) Vocals - Warrick Sony 12 Damn Fool (0:43) 13 Disarm Him (0:08) more images Kalahari Surfers / artists (K) Real Name: Warrick Sony, Hamish Davidson Profile: Formed in 1982, the Kalahari Surfers was essentially a string of studio projects realised by Warrick Sony at Shifty Studios during the 80's. These involved various personnel from that environment whose names were altered or simply reduced to first names to safegaurd against security dirty tricks persecution. The band itself was a fictional collective designed to dodge any flak that may have appeared from these forces. The first release was inspired by the do-it-yourself punk ethic and was a cassette packaged in a silver spray painted box containing 60 minutes of music all recorded in a bedroom on a 4 track portastudio. It was titled 'Gross National Product'. 'Being a white English South African means being schizophrenic. It means not having a firm foot in any culture, but also it means being priviledged to be exposed to many wildly diverse aspects of social life. A tapestry of influences.' Warrick Sony is the only remaining member.