Propaganda music from the Cambodian Khmer Rouge recorded in the 70's. Limited to 30 handnumbered copies in black A5 cover with glued-on photos. Also includes 2 more photos and a piece of Khmer krama (shawl).
Listen to music from Songs of the Khmer Rouge like Do not Forget the Fresh Blood of our Soldiers. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Songs of the Khmer Rouge. The English label Cold Spring Records is known for specializing in martial music but its limited-time-only release of ‘Songs of the Khmer Rouge’ from the Dutch Zero Year Recordings gives the genre a historical precedent. This collection of 17 songs from the genocidal regime features a six-armed robotic figure on the cover holding a variety of metal weapons, a heart and, predictably, a skull. Inside the album, held by gingham, is the disc and two pictures from Khmer-era Cambodia.
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The Cambodian Killing Fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where collectively more than a million people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime (the Communist Party of Kampuchea) during its rule of the country from 1975 to 1979, immediately after the end of the Cambodian Civil War (1970–1975). The mass killings are widely regarded as part of a broad state-sponsored genocide (the Cambodian genocide).
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The Khmer Rouge, the radical Marxists who controlled Cambodia for four nightmarish years from 1975–79, are infamous for their state-sponsored massacre of between 1 and 2 million Cambodians. They are also known for their impunity- in the two decades since the regime was toppled, not a single Khmer Rouge has been tried in a court of law. Pol Pot, the regime's "Brother Number 1," has become, along with Hitler and Stalin, synonymous with brutal despotism.
|1||–Unknown Artist||Khmer Rouge National Anthem||2:47|
|2||–Unknown Artist||Best Wishes To People In Western Zone||2:39|
|3||–Unknown Artist||Best Wishes To People In Kratie Region||2:13|
|4||–Unknown Artist||Best Wishes To People In Mondul Kiri Region||1:18|
|5||–Unknown Artist||Flying A Flag Above Mekong River||3:19|
|6||–Unknown Artist||Oh Phnom Penh Song||2:54|
|7||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 1||4:58|
|8||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 2||3:09|
|9||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 3||4:53|
|10||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 4||5:48|
|11||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 5||4:44|
|12||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 6||5:30|
|13||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 7||6:22|
|14||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 8||4:31|
|15||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 9||7:41|
|16||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 10||9:35|
|17||–Unknown Artist||HKR Song 11||4:42|
- Artwork By – Phy Chan Than
NotesPropaganda music from the Cambodian Khmer Rouge recorded in the 70's.
Limited to 30 handnumbered copies in black A5 cover with glued-on photos. Also includes 2 more photos and a piece of Khmer krama (shawl).