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1Ishmael Tongue5:27
3Muezzin Farsi4:33
4Muezzin Farsi6:06
5Ishmael Tongue5:15
6Muezzin Farsi6:26
7Bazoft Rope5:51
8Satyajit Eye4:08
11Satyajit Eye4:11
12Ishmael Tongue5:28
13Jawani Zindabad4:35
14Bazoft Rope5:48
15Negev Gulag7:11
16Jawani Zindabad5:50
17Zion Poison7:17
18Bazoft Rope5:47
19Jawani Zindabad5:41
20Zion Poison7:15


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOL 17 CDMuslimgauze Vote Hezbollah ‎(CD, Album)Soleilmoon RecordingsSOL 17 CDUS1993
aquarel 43-20 LPMuslimgauze Vote Hezbollah ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, TP)Aquarellistaquarel 43-20 LPRussia2020
SOL 17 CDMuslimgauze Vote Hezbollah ‎(CD, Album)Soleilmoon RecordingsSOL 17 CDUS1993
aquarel 43 -18Muslimgauze Vote Hezbollah ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, RM + Ltd)Aquarellistaquarel 43 -18Russia2018
ns26Muslimgauze Vote Hezbollah ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Dig)Nexsoundns26Ukraine2004


  • Art Direction, DesignOleg Galay
  • Engineer, Mixed ByJohn Delf
  • Mastered ByAnders Peterson
  • Written-By, Performer, Recorded By, RemixMuslimgauze


Limited edition of 155 hand-numbered copies in a Digipak with silk-screen printing. First 35 copies are with white Fruit of the Loom t-shirt (M, L, XL size).

All Tracks Written, Performed And Recorded By Muslimgauze, 1992
Re – Mixed By Muslimgauze
DAT transfer: May 2018
Mastered by A.P at GS Mastering & Post, June 2018

CDI: Vote Hezbollah
Previously Published By Soleilmoon Recordings - SOL 17 CD In 1993
And By Nexsound ‎– ns26 In 2004
CDII: Vote Hezbollah (new version) previously unreleased

Dedicated to the freedom of Palestine

Disc 1 was later discovered to be defective (glitches in the audio from a faulty DAT transfer). A replacement disc (matrix/runout code 43-18 but otherwise the same) was made available.


  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): aqarel 413-18 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): aqarel 413-18 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner CD ring): ООО "Маркон" Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ №77-103


  • Mastered At – GS Mastering & Post


Muslimgauze - Vote Hezbollah MP3 FLAC
Performer: Muslimgauze
Genre: Electronic
Title: Vote Hezbollah
Country: Russia
Released: 15 Jul 2018
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Tribal
MP3 album: 1241 mb
FLAC album: 2203 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 989
Source: 2 × CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered
№ Cat: aquarel 43 -18 b
Label: Aquarellist

Hello. Just FYI, the first disc was released in a remastered form recently. (I'll submit CD details later.) Apparently, the first disc had a few minor glitches from an imperfect DAT transfer. It was re-transferred and repressed at some point this year. I'm guessing that any copies bought here directly from Aquarellist will have the fixed disc but you should be sure to ask first. If you have the set but don't have the repress, write and ask if you can get a copy. I don't know the policy regarding mailing out replacements. I do know that, if you order another item, the disc will be included for free.
Another Beautiful reissue from Vladimir and company at the Aquarellist label. This time the wonderful 'VOTE HEZBOLLAH' album.
I have always loved this album by Muslimgauze. It was the second release I bought after the IRAN disc. Both originally on the Soleilmoon label.
I love playing this for people who have never heard of Bryn Jones or Muslimgauze. They always fall in love with it. And then wonder why they have never heard of it, or of him. Then, I get to tell them his story.
It's nice to see a proper re-release with its sumptuous packaging. Just like the old days of the subscription albums
(the T-shirt is cool as well)
These guys at Aquarellist really go all out on the Muslimgauze releases.
It's wonderful that an independent music label like Aquarellist is keeping Bryn's music alive.
Long Live Muslimgauzes' Music.
Elastic Skunk
Hello. Just FYI, I gave this copy a listen while working on some stuff. I need to listen with headphones later but, as things stand, the CDs sound fine. I had some issues with the "Wish of the Flayed" release and how, IMO, the CDs were poorly pressed and were technically faulty. (Maybe I just got unlucky and kept getting bad copies?) Those problems don't seem to affect this release. No weird glitching on these CDs, and the mastering job seems good. I haven't done an A/B vis-à-vis the original Soleilmoon pressing. Nothing bad jumped out at me on the first listen. But, like I said, I need to listen more closely with good headphones. As things stand, I think this set is a safe bet if you like this era of Muslimgauze. :)