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Florya 04.19.2007 04:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarramkrop
That's the one. I have all the Wire Tapper cds that came free with the magazine and a few of the cds that were for given to subscribers, i've found in record shops at one point or another.


Nice one. I'm slowly building up my collection of Wire Tappers. Got about a dozen so far.

BTW I had a message from Sleazy about the Coil tracks that John sent me.
Unsurprisingly he has little recollection of them. After all it was over 20 years ago. All that 'systematic derangement of the senses' has taken it's toll!

sarramkrop 04.19.2007 06:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Florya
BTW I had a message from Sleazy about the Coil tracks that John sent me.
Unsurprisingly he has little recollection of them. After all it was over 20 years ago. All that 'systematic derangement of the senses' has taken it's toll!


Haha. It's not surprising at all.

sarramkrop 04.19.2007 03:45 PM

Some pre- Can stuff:



Rosy Rosy with Inner Space-Kamera Song mp3


Vogue Records 45, 1968
Every few years I make a concerted attempt to enlighten myself re: Can. Their appeal continues to elude me, and they remain one of those revered-by-hipsters acts that I can't quite get my head around, right up there with Townes Van Zandt, the Free Design, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and Wesley Willis. This record by Inner Space, Can's immediate precursor...this I like very much. It appeared on Vol. 1 of Electric Loosers, a series of compilation CDs devoted to (mostly) German Beat and psych weirdness; it was based on the Prae Kraut Pandemonium series of vinyl LPs, which are easily the strangest of the Rubble/Pebbles/Diggin' For Gold-type comps I've run across. There is a very entertaining article about this record on Julian Cope's Krautrock site, as well as a scan of the rather stunning picture sleeve.
http://www.littlehits.com/archives/2..._01_index.html

Florya 04.20.2007 02:01 AM

OK. Ithought I'd take a break from Post Punk Industry and offer up a slice of Pre Punk Psychistry instead.

From the heady days of the mid 70's I give you - Terry Brooks & Strange - Raw Power.

If you can get past the first song, which is obviously an attempt at fooling the casual listener into thinking that this just another main stream, prog based album, you will be treated to guitar based lunacy of the highest order for the next 40 minutes.

Enjoy.



 


http://rapidshare.com/files/26929666...range.rar.html

sarramkrop 04.20.2007 02:34 AM

I was just listening to a lot of pre-punk stuff last night, as well as all the 80's jingle jangle guitar stuff and sub- Replacemnts/ Rem stuff that i could think of. Once again, thanks Florya, you deliver as usual.

floatingslowly 04.20.2007 02:42 PM


 


Spiritualized - Fucked Up Inside

1 Take Good Care Of It
2 I Want You
3 Medication
4 Angel Sigh
5 Walking With Jesus
6 Shine A Light (Clear Light/Clear Rush)
7 Smiles

this was a live EP released mail-order only in 1993 (shortly after Laser Guided Melodies). although it's out of print, I just saw a copy on Ebay for $2...so here you go!

http://www.sendspace.com/file/rqgq9d

Florya 04.21.2007 01:13 AM

Thanks! I had a couple of tracks from this album - now I have the rest!

In exchange, I offer a choice of 3.

Laibach - 1st eponymously titled album (includes Panorama & Brat Moj)

or

Richard H Kirk - Virtual State

or

GTO - Kill the Pedagogue

The first to get 3 votes is my next upload.

jico. 04.21.2007 10:40 AM

thanks for all the above posts.

--/

maybe laibach i dunno...

sarramkrop 04.25.2007 02:17 PM


 

http://cousincreep.com/antipodeanund...ex.php?paged=2

Alastair Galbraith - Milky Milo Man (1:00)
A Handful Of Dust -The Lonesome Death of Albert Ayler (0:48)
Peter Jefferies - Lassitude (1:08)
Olla - Dead Fish (1:02)
Renderers - The I Hear the Devil Calling Me (1:11)
Dead C. - The 5.12.90 (0:48)
Gate - Never (0:57)
Cyclops - Uneasy Trail (1:04)
Dadamah - Replicant Emotions (0:58)
David Mitchell - The Blind Fish (0:53)
Queen Meanie Puss - The Meanie Theme (1:03)
Stephen Kilroy - F*U*A*F*S (1:05)




This blog is also an incredible source for Antipodian bands.

sarramkrop 04.25.2007 03:22 PM

Kan Mikami "Sendo Kouta: Mikami Kan Enka no Sekai"
(Japanese "Enka" 1973)

 
A folk singer who plays extreme music like later punk rock. The antithesis to the sophisticated and soft folk music. 'Hiraku Yume nado Arujyanashi' (I Have Never Had a Dream that Opens), 1972 Includes the cover of female singer Keiko Fuji's hit song "Keiko no Yume wa Yoru Hiraku (Keiko's Dream Opens in the Night)" in the "Enka (grudge song)" style." ; Recordheaven : "Kan Mikami – an underground radical protest folk singer/shouter and actor who was involved in the Tenjo Sajiki and Tokyo Kid Brothers troupes, and by extension, with J.A. Caesar. His first album, "Mikami Kan No Sekai" ("The World of Kan Mikami") [1971] apparently contained a kind of folk rock with intense presence and dark, harrowing, "real" lyrical subject matter. I'm not sure if there were any albums between this and the next one I'm aware of, "BANG!" [1974]. It features Yosuke Yamashita's group and other jazz musicians as his backing, and is reputedly a weirder, more progressive affair, mainly for the title track. This has been described as "a bewildering psychedelic collage of free jazz blasts, musique concrete, tapes and Mikami's unique voice, silky and caressing one moment, soaring and screaming in agony the next". Mikami apparently didn’t do much again until the late 80's, collaborating with Keiji Haino of Fushitsusha for the group Vajra.
Download
http://time-has-told-me.blogspot.com...-kan-enka.html

sarramkrop 04.25.2007 04:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Florya
Thanks! I had a couple of tracks from this album - now I have the rest!

In exchange, I offer a choice of 3.

Laibach - 1st eponymously titled album (includes Panorama & Brat Moj)

or

Richard H Kirk - Virtual State

or

GTO - Kill the Pedagogue


The first to get 3 votes is my next upload.


Laibach - 1st eponymously titled album (includes Panorama & Brat Moj)

Florya 04.28.2007 04:44 PM

Well. while we wait to see who wins the vote, here's another little something you might find interesting.

It's a cassette release from 1991 on Jeremy Bamber Tapes. One of a limited edition of 69. Lo-fi noise experimentation from the likes of Dachau Lustknaben and The Heisenberg Experiment.
Not everyones cup of tea but they took the trouble to release it so it deserves a listen.

Denkwelt/Wirkwelt - Various artists (1991)

http://www.sendspace.com/file/z92egw

jico. 05.01.2007 04:25 PM

Truth Club / Fote - Sleight / Looking For Lost Toy
 
 


7"
Le Rey
1980


A (1) - Truth Club - Sleight
AA (2)- Fote - Looking For Lost Toy

http://www.badongo.com/file/2920457

sarramkrop 05.01.2007 05:47 PM

Muchas.

Florya 05.02.2007 09:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nefeli
only when interview started realized that its coil.


Sorry about that Nefeli. I should have said it was Coil in the description. I'll edit it now.

Glad you liked it.

jennthebenn 05.03.2007 10:31 PM


 


Minna Tanoshiku (Everyone Happy) -- (39:56) -- (1982) -- XA Records -- XA-2015
  1. Banana Leaf
  2. Parrot Polynesia
  3. Cannibal Papaya
  4. Saboten (Cactus)
  5. Burning Farm
  6. Parallel Woman
  7. An Angel Has Come
  8. Spider
  9. I'm A Realist
  10. Tsuru no Hitokoe (First Voice of the Crane)
  11. Tortoise Brand Pot Scrubbing Cleaner’s Theme
12. Planet X
13. Summertime Boogie
14. Miracles
----End of tape announcement (not listed) This tape was SHONEN KNIFE’s initial release. only 70 copies were made.

pick which site you want to dl the album from. and please let me know if and when all the
links have died so i can re-up.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JX4NZFVH
http://www.badongo.com/file/2922545
http://www.zshare.net/download/shone...shiku-rar.html

i wrote about this band, and this cassette, at my blog at http://www.trapperjennmd.org/2007/05...shiku-and.html.

the links are also there. i could have made you go to my blog for the links, but fuck it, i'm not sneaky. only go to my blog if you want to read some good writing, is all.

sarramkrop 05.04.2007 01:27 AM

Thank You!!!!!!!!!

sarramkrop 05.04.2007 05:42 AM

The Love Machine - Electronic Music to Blow Your Mind By!!! (1968, US, electronic)


This is 60's library beat with Hammond organ and they put all the effects on it they could get their hands on. Like Jimmie Haskell did on his exotica Countdown album and Belgium band The Free Pop Electronic Concept on A New Exciting Experience.
My copy is a bootleg cd (Zippy). The last 2 songs are so disturbed, I can't believe this was on the original record. But you never now.
Lp released on Design Album.







 


01 Mindblower
02 Zenquake
03 Clockburst
04 Bells for Eternal Zoom
05 Inner Ear Freakout
06 The Shadows of Vibrate
07 Prism on Prism
08 Lunar Sea
09 Ashbury Trippin'
10 Coming Down

[Listen to low quality fragments]
[Download high quality at mediafire]
[Download high quality at easy share]

http://www.wiels.nl/blog/index.php?m...y070122-204108

sarramkrop 05.04.2007 05:45 AM

The Danse Society - Womans Own (1982, UK, new wave/electronic)

Tuesday, February 6, 2007, 09:38 PM - Music, - UK, English
This is the first record I bought from The Danse Society, and it was the reason why I purchased a lot of their other stuff. But the Womans Own 12" still is the best. Continent deserves a 6 on the White Noise Scale.





 


1 Womans Own [3:24]
2 Continent [4:39]
3 We're so happy [5:05]
4 Belief [4:29]

[Listen low quality fragments]
[Download high quality at mediafire]
[Download high quality at easy share]

http://www.wiels.nl/blog/index.php?m...y070122-204108

sarramkrop 05.04.2007 05:53 AM

Vinyl flexi's (1982-1983, UK, new wave)


In a previous post I requested some rips of Vinyl magazine flexi discs.
Toon from Belgium was kind enough to send me those.
I hereby share them.
Thanks to Toon!



 


Cabaret Voltaire - Over And Over
Gang Of Four - Lord Make Me A Cowboy
Mark Stewart And The Maffia - Learning To Cope With Cowardice (Exclusive Version)
The Mekons - Guardian
The Sound - Mining For Heart Golden Soldiers
Theatre Of Hate - Poppies
Thomas Leer - Who's Fooling Who

Does anybody know if Lord Make Me A Cowboy of the Gang Of Four is available on a cd?

[Listen to some low quality fragments]
[Download high quality at rogepost]
[Download high quality at mediafire]
(download links may not work with translated pages, go to the original site to download)

http://www.wiels.nl/blog/index.php?m...y070113-192924


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