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  • Performer: Colin Stetson
  • Album: New History Warfare, Volume 1
  • FLAC: 1247 mb | MP3: 1217 mb
  • Released: 2007
  • Country: US
  • Style: Experimental
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 621
Colin Stetson - New History Warfare, Volume 1 album flac


1 And It Fought To Escape 8:19
2 Stand, Walk 1:29
3 Groundsmell 1:38
4 Time Is Advancing With Fitful Irregularity 7:06
5 Drown The Rats And Giants 1:13
6 As A Bird Or Branch 4:13
7 OHP 0:37
8 Quincy Had A Glandular Problem 1:37
9 Nobu Take 4:52
10 Tiger Tiger Crane 3:13
11 Letter To HST 3:15
12 Our Heartbreak Perfect 11:02


  • Alto Saxophone [Solo], Baritone Saxophone, Bass Saxophone, Clarinet, Written-by, Performer, Producer – Colin Stetson
  • Design – Chippy
  • Mastered By – Doug Henderson
  • Photography By – Scott Irvine
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Joel Hamilton


All songs recorded live. No overdubs / loops.

Recorded at Studio G, Brooklyn.
Mastered at Micro Moose, Brooklyn.

Special thanks to Stuart Bogie and Joe Tomino,
Phil and Elena Stetson, Monkeytown and Zebulon,
Heung-Heung Chin and Scott Irvine, Joel Hamilton,
Doug Henderson, Tony Maimone, Sarah Neufeld,
Buzz Poole, Dave Saull, and Alec Dartley.

Released in Digipak

©℗ 2007 Aagoo Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 86851-2270-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout: MVC2555 3412-CD-4836 11-078-04

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AGO 039 Colin Stetson New History Warfare, Volume 1 ‎(LP) Aagoo Records AGO 039 US 2012

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New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges is an album by st Colin Stetson. The album was released by Constellation Records in 2011. The music on New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges was captured entirely live in single takes at Montreal's Hotel2Tango studio, with no overdubs or looping (except for the french horn parts on "All the days I've missed you" and the guest vocals on various other tracks), using over 20 mics positioned close and far throughout the live room.

First complete vinyl pressing. Originally released 2007. Presented in a gatefold sleeve. The comma in the title does not appear on the front cover of the album, as "Volume 1" appears on its own line after a line break instead. On the album spine and on the back cover, where the whole title is printed in a single line, it appears in both places as: "New History Warfare, Volume . Tracks numbered sequentially, with 1-7 on Side A and 8-12 on Side B, as indicated on the inside cover. All songs recorded live.

Colin Stetson (born March 3, 1975) is an American-born Canadian saxophonist, multireedist, and composer. He is best known as a regular collaborator of the indie rock acts Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Bell Orchestre, and Ex Eye. In addition to saxophone, he plays clarinet, bass clarinet, French horn, flute, and cornet. His first solo album, New History Warfare, Vol. 1, was released in 2008. On June 16, the album was named as a longlisted nominee (one of 40) for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize. On July 6, the album was named as a shortlisted (one of 10) nominee for the 2011 award. Colin Stetson - The History of Warfare Volume 2 - Judges". Retrieved September 22, 2014.

New History of Warfare, Vol. 1. Play. New History of Warfare, Vol. by Colin Stetson - 12 Tracks - 48:34. Release date 03/17/2008. And It Thought to Escape. 4. Time Is Advancing With Fitful Irregularity. 5. Drown the Rats and Giants. 6. As a Bird or Branch.

Least fav track: in mirrors. I don't know why but I was really sad when I found out this was the last one in the New History Warfare series. 5 years ago. is that out yet? i saw the promo track for it, but we're not at the release date, are we?

I thought I would take the opportunity to open people up to the first volume of this series. Everyone went crazy over the last two volumes, but this one goes largely overlooked. It's not the masterpiece that Judges is (in my opinion), but it's still a marvel of composition and technicality.

Listen free to Colin Stetson – New History of Warfare, Vol. 1 (And It Fought to Escape, Stand, Walk and more). Colin Stetson’s musical voice channels John Coltrane’s sheets of sounds, as well as the post-modern beauty and angst of Sonic Youth and the Pixies. Using assorted saxophones, clarinet, flute and French horn, Stetson has played and recorded with some of today’s hottest and most revered musicians and bands including Arcade Fire, Tom Waits, TV on the Radio, Antibalas, Medeski, Martin & Wood and Burning Spear.

New History Warfare, Vol. 1 is a truly impressive, fully formed, and highly individual musical statement. It's amazing from a purely technical standpoint, but Stetson's compositions and ability to tell a musical story are what make this a great album. You haven't heard saxophone music quite like this. No one else could have written this music because no one plays quite like Colin Stetson. Evan Parker fans, take note: this guy is someone to watch.

Colin Stetson is a horn player of uncommon strength, skill and genre-defying creativity. He composes and performs otherworldly songs that combine a mastery of circular breathing technique with percussive valve-work and reed vocalizations. This is Colin's second solo record and his first for Constellation. Stetson has been making his mark as a staggering solo performer for several years now, opening for Arcade Fire and The National, and playing at jazz and new music festivals like Moers and London Jazz