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Live from Axis Mundi

Gogol Bordello

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Album Review

Gogol Bordello's cult-like following would be the first one to tell you that the nine-piece's sweat-soaked gypsy-punk needs to be seen live to be truly experienced, so it's no big surprise that the band would show off their frantic, carnival sideshow on disc. Live from Axis Mundi compiles live performances from BBC sessions, along with home-brewed, drum machine-backed demos, and a pair of songs recorded with producers Steve Albini ("Stivali E Colbacco") and Victor Van Vugt ("Troubled Friends.") The six BBC songs are sure-fire treats, showing off the ragamuffin ensemble's blistering live energy better than most studio recordings have in the past, and the hip-hop/ragamuffin infused "Go Revolutions" is also particularly good, but the legions of Gogol fans will be most enthused about the Axis Mundi bonus DVD, which captures two shows filmed in the band's home camp of N.Y.C. in July of 2007.

Customer Reviews

A Great Add On to Your Gogol Collection

Great music with great recording quality. What more can you ask for?


Gogol Bordello is AMAZING live! (1st review)


Great album, but make sure you preview the tracks before buying any of them individually. Track 9 is "Immigrant Punk" while track 10 is "60 Revolutions."


Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Combining elements of punk, Gypsy music, and Brecht-ian cabaret, Gogol Bordello tell the story of New York's immigrant diaspora through debauchery, humor, and surreal costumes. Leader and singer Eugene Hütz's taste in music was spun out of black market tapes of the Birthday Party and Einstürzande Neubauten in his native Ukraine. After being evacuated to western Ukraine in 1986 following the Chernobyl disaster, Hütz became enamored of the mystical, outsider qualities of Gypsy music. Living as a refugee...
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