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Moddi - Unsongs (12 Banned Songs From 12 Countries) mp3 Performer: Moddi
Album: Unsongs (12 Banned Songs From 12 Countries)
Country: Norway
Released: 2016
Label: Propeller Recordings
Genre: Folk
Catalog #: PRR 200
Size MP3: 1462 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 793
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album


1Oh My Father, I Am Joseph
2Our Worker
3Parrot, Goat & Rooster
4Strange Fruit
5Army Dreamers
6Eli Geva
7June Fourth 1989: From The Shattered Pieces Of A Stone It Begins
8Open Letter
9Where Is My Vietnam?
10Punk Prayer
11A Mater Of Habbit


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRR221Moddi Unsongs - 12 Banned Songs From 12 Countries ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Propeller RecordingsPRR221Norway2016
PRR 219Moddi Unsongs - 12 Banned Songs From 12 Countries ‎(CD, Album)Propeller RecordingsPRR 219Norway2016


  • Bass, Electric Guitar, Choir, Percussion, Mellotron, Piano, Percussion [Melodic], Orchestrated By, ProducerHasse Rosbach
  • Cello, VocalsKatrine Schiøtt
  • Drums, PercussionPeder Kjellsby
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar, Accordion, Trumpet, HornPål Moddi Knutsen
  • StringsTrondheimsolistene


On this Album are songs from 12 composers/poets around the world and Moddi arranged it in his own style.


  • Barcode: 7070637507657
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A- Etched): BG32167-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B- Etched): BG32167-01 B1


UNSONGS - The Stories behind the Songs. What makes a song banned Through history, thousands of musicians have faced censorship, persecution and violent suppression. Often, their stories remain untold. The background for the project is the album Unsongs , 12 banned songs from 12 countries. The project is supported by Norwegian Arts Council, Fritt Ord and Bergesenstiftelsen. Moddi Unsongs. 12 banned songs from 12 countries. Kate Bush - Army Dreamers. Some called IT the video game war. On this Album are songs from 12 composerspoets around the world and Moddi arranged it in his own style. Joik is a traditional Sami singing style. Track 1 from Liu Xiaobo, China Track 2 from Izhar Ashdot, Israel Track 3 from Pussy Riot, Russia Track 4 from Lounès Matoub, Algeria Track 5 from Kate Bush, UK Track 6 from Victor Jara , Chile Track 7 from, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, Mexico Track 8 is a traditional from Sápmi Track 9 from Richard Burgess, Norway Track 10 from Billie Holiday, USA. Track 11 from Viet Khang, Vietnam Track 12 from Mahmoud Darwish, Palestine. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. Barcode: 70706375. Unsongs 12 banned songs from 12 countries. The result of this process is Unsongs. The new album contains translated and reinterpreted music from countries as different as Russia, Mexico, Palestine, Norway and England. Many of the writers who penned the songs are Moddi. 12 Songs, 48 Minutes. Released: Sep 16, 2016. 2016 Propeller Recordings. More By Moddi. Set the House on Fire. 12 tracks 48:32. This is the fourth studio album from Norwegian folk singer Moddi. It consists of 12 banned songs from 12 different countries. Pål Moddi Knutsen born February 18, 1987 is a Norwegian musician from the island Senja. Unsongs by Moddi, released 15 September 2016 1. June Fourth 1989: From the Shattered Pieces of a Stone it Begins 2. A Matter of Habit 3. Punk Prayer 4. Open Letter 5. Army Dreamers 6. Our Worker 7. Parrot, Goat and Rooster 8. The Shaman and the Thief 9. Eli Geva 10. Strange Fruit 11. Where is my Vietnam 12. Oh my father, I am Joseph. When the Norwegian folk musician Moddi began collecting songs that had been banned or censored, he had no idea how much source material he would have to work with. Soon, it became apparent that there were hundreds, or even thousands of compositions for him to consider for his fourth album. The process resulted in Unsongs, a single album of 12 compositions from around the world. A Matter Of Habit' is taken from Moddi's forthcoming album 'Unsongs' 12 banned songs from 12 countries released Friday, September 16 via Propeller Recordings. For full tour dates, visit . Moddi Unsongs PropellerRecordings. In 2016, Moddi released his fourth studio album, Unsongs, consisting of Moddi's reinterpretations and translations of banned and censored songs from 12 different countries. Among the artists included on the album were Pussy Riot Russia, Izhar Ashdot Israel, Mari Boine NorwaySápmi, Liu Xiaobo China and Kate Bush UK. Following the release, Moddi published the book Forbudte sanger Forbidden songs where he described a number of attempts to hold back the songs on the album, among others by Russian and Lebanese authorities, and by the British public broadcaster BBC