Ramallah "But A Whimper" #B9R033
Release Date: 11/26/2002


Track List:
1) Introduction
2) Ramallah
3) Sleep
4) Al-Shifa
5) Who Am I?
6) Beauty
7) Interlude
8) If I Die
9) What Difference Does It Make?
10) True Crime

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1st press
Ramallah "But A Whimper" 2x7" EP Clear Gold Vinyl

Limited to: 500

RAMALLAH "But A Whimper" 2x7" (Gold Vinyl). Limited edition of 500 copies, only a few left!

RAMALLAH But A Whimper 2x7 Inch (Orange Vinyl)

Limited to: 1000

Picking up where most so-called "heavy" music fails, RAMALLAH is extreme music for extreme times, both lyrically and musically. Fronted and written by Blood For Blood's "White Trash" Rob Lind, and backing vocals by Jake Bannon of Converge, RAMALLAH unleash a sonic apocalypse with hints of melody emerging in the midst. "The beat just goes on and on, and the terror never ends!"


CD version
Ramallah-But A Whimper CD

Limited to:

Picking up where most so-called "heavy" music fails, RAMALLAH is extreme music for extreme times, both lyrically and musically. Fronted and written by Blood For Blood's "White Trash" Rob Lind, and backing vocals by Jake Bannon of Converge, RAMALLAH unleash a sonic apocalypse with hints of melody emerging in the midst. "The beat just goes on and on, and the terror never ends!"


Test Press
RAMALLAH But A Whimper 2xEP (Test Pressing, Record #1)

Limited to: 3

First half of Ramallah's "But A Whimper" 2x7". A blue Ramallah logo is rubber stamped onto the label of the test pressing.

RAMALLAH But A Whimper 2xEP (Test Pressing, Record #2)

Limited to: 15

Second half of the Ramallah "But A Whimper" 2x7". A red Ramallah logo is rubber stamped onto the label of the test pressing. The matrix of this test says B9R:52, because it was originally going to be its own EP, and at the last minute we combined it with the first Ramallah EP to make a 2x7" release.


Digital Version
Ramallah But A Whimper Digital Album

Limited to: n/a
$5.99

Ramallah's debut expanded edition EP, featuring White Trash Rob from Blood For Blood. Now in 320kps audio quality MP3. You can have your 160kps AAC Itunes files or you can go straight to the DRM high bitrate quality.