Fugazi – Instrument Soundtrack – Vinyl Record
The Instrument Soundtrack is a unique release by the American post-hardcore band Fugazi, and it serves as the soundtrack to the documentary film Instrument, which was directed by Jem Cohen and released in 1999.
Unlike traditional studio albums, the Instrument Soundtrack is a collection of instrumental tracks and live recordings that provide a sonic backdrop to the documentary. The album features Fugazi’s trademark post-hardcore sound, characterized by intricate guitar work, rhythmic complexity, and a strong DIY ethos.
The instrumental tracks on the album, such as “Pink Frosty” and “Arpeggiator,” showcase Fugazi’s musical prowess and their ability to create evocative and atmospheric compositions without the need for vocals. These pieces add depth and emotion to the documentary’s visuals and themes.
In addition to the instrumental tracks, the album includes live recordings of Fugazi’s performances, which capture the band’s raw energy and intensity in a live setting. These recordings serve as a testament to Fugazi’s reputation as an incredible live act.
The Instrument Soundtrack is a unique and immersive listening experience that complements the documentary film of the same name. It offers fans and newcomers alike an opportunity to appreciate Fugazi’s musical talent and their ability to convey powerful emotions and ideas through their music.
For fans of Fugazi and those interested in the punk and post-hardcore genres, the “Instrument Soundtrack” provides a compelling glimpse into the band’s creative process and their commitment to pushing the boundaries of punk and alternative music.
Brand new, never played and still in the factory plastic
Pink Frosty Demo
Me And Thumbelina
Floating Boy Demo
I’m So Tired
Rend It Demo
Closed Captioned Demo
Guilford Fall Demo
Shaken All Over