- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Club/Dance
- Date of release:1999
- Size FLAC version1557 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1480 megabytes
- Size WMA version1909 megabytes
- Formats:VQF XM DMF AA VOC MP1
Spy vs Spy: The Music of Ornette Coleman is a 1989 album by American composer and strumentalist John Zorn, featuring the compositions of Ornette Coleman performed in the brief intense style of Zorn's hardcore miniatures. The liner notes thank Ornette and Denardo Coleman, Mick Harris of Napalm Death, Ted Epstein of Blind Idiot God, Pil of Lip Cream (a Japanese thrashcore group), The Accused, Craig Flanagan, DRI, CBGB, and "the New York-London-Tokyo Hardcore Triangle".
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Spy vs Spy: The Music of Ornette Coleman" is an album by American composer and strumentalist John Zorn, featuring the compositions of Ornette Coleman performed in the brief intense style of Zorn's hardcore miniatures. Liner notes, "Spy vs Spy", 1998.
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Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. WRU. 2. Chronology.
CreditsJames Cox - Composer
Bob Power - Mixing
J. Ralph - Arranger, Composer, Producer
Lovis Scalise - Producer
Spy - Primary Artist
Alex Weil - Producer
|1||The Desert Suit Conspiracy J. Ralph||Spy||4:16|
|2||Fire It Up James Cox / J. Ralph||Spy||4:01|
|3||Where the Days Takes You J. Ralph||Spy||2:59|
|4||Leonard's Lounge J. Ralph||Spy||5:15|