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Old 01.17.2008, 11:10 AM   #601
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Current 93 - Dawn (1989)



 
Current 93 in silence: David Tibet, Steven Stapleton, John Balance, John Murphy, Rose McDowall, Douglas P.

Originally released as a 12" single in 1987, featured here is the 1989 CD reissue. Apparently the wrong version of "Great Black Time" was released on this version. The CD was supposed to have the same version as the LP. this was later corrected on the 2002 reissue of the release. However, here we have the first pressing in all it's flawed glory.

Released on Durto (Catalog#: DURTRO 002CD), this CD includes two extra tracks, of which "A Day in Dogland" was originally from "The Fight is On" compilation LP, and "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus" is a previously unreleased track from the sessions for Nature Unveiled.

Track Listing:
1
Great Black Time
2
Maldoror Est Mort
3
A Day In Dogland
4
Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus

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Death In June - Black Whole Of Love


 

Released in 1995, this was a limited edition of 2000 copies boxed set containing 7", 10", 12" and CD5" which come in separate covers. Included are a 2-sided 29x29 cm picture insert and a 14x14 cm envelope containing a 4-page 12,5x12,5 cm booklet. All tracks are unique remixes/re-recordings of songs from Rose Clouds Of Holocaust except "Leopard Flowers" which was previously unreleased. The tracks on his release feature artist that are familur to the era; Douglas P., Simon Norris, Campbell Finley, James Mannox, and David Tibet.

My copy is digital only, but this came a a beautiful package. I would love to have included the box cover (a beautiful black sun/asshole) but I couln't find a good pic of it.

Track Listing:
1-ALeopard Flowers (Black Mix)
2 -BLuther's Army (Black Mix)
3 -CLeopard Flowers (Whole Mix)
4 -D1Luther's Army (Whole Mix)
5 -D2Lifebooks (Whole Mix)
6 -ELeopard Flowers (Of Mix)
7 -F1Luther's Army (Of Mix)
8 -F2God's Golden Sperm (Of Mix)
9 -CD1Leopard Flowers (Love Mix)
10 -CD2Luther's Army (Love Mix)
11 -CD3God's Golden Sperm (Love Mix)
12 -CD4Accidental Protégé (Love Mix)
13 -CD5Omen-Filled Season (Love Mix)

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Old 01.17.2008, 11:37 AM   #602
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Muslimgauze - Uzbekistani Bizzare and Souk



 


Bryn Jones was not a practicing Muslim and never went to the Middle East. His recordings as Muslimgauze, however, qualified him as one of the Western artists most explicitly slanted. The Muslimgauze project ended in 1999 when Jones died suddenly of a rare blood disease.
This release was obtained by sending a blank DAT along with a portion of the insert (which became the release's j-card) from the digipak edition of 'Return of Black September' to Staalplaat.
This is directly from the DAT.


btw, if anyone could help me with getting 'Hebron Massacre' please drop a link in the comments. Kiitos!

Год: 1996
Страна: UK
Лейбл: Staalplaat (Netherlands)

Содержание:
01. Abdul's Halal (4:38)
02. Takfir Wa Higra (4:56)
03. With Indian Rope (4:28)
04. Glass Mughal (3:04)
05. The Iranian Who Found Allah (7:53)
06. Harijana (3:07)
07. Rouge Amin Fraction (4:42)
08. Glass Mughal (2:44)
09. Takfir Ma Higra (4:49)
10. Abdul's Halal (3:19)
11. Paper Gulag (3:32)
12. Paper Gulag (3:01)
13. Leboneeze (9:52)

Скачать: HERE 1 -and- HERE 2
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Christian Death - Atrocities / Believers Of The Unpure / The Wind Kissed Pictures


 


This is a collection of my all-time favorite non-Rozz era Christian Death. I'm sure I'll get flamed for this, but to me, "Atrocities" is a better record than "Only Theatre of Pain." -- I know, I know, I should be shot for memorializing that opinion, but that's how I feel. As much as I love "Only Theatre of Pain," I like "Atrocities" that much more. (and the following 12"EP's)

Год: 1986
Страна: UK
Лейбл: Normal / Supporti Fonografici / Jungle

"Atrocities" LP
Содержание
:
01. Will-O-The-Wisp (3:15)
02. Tales Of Innocence (6:23)
03. Strapping Me Down (2:36)
04. The Danzig Waltz (3:31)
05. Chimere De-ci De-la (4:41)
06. Silent Thunder (6:32)
07. Strange Fortune (3:52)
08. Ventriloquist (4:31)
09. Gloomy Sunday (3:01)
10. The Death Of Josef (4:28)

"The Wind Kissed Pictures" 12''EP
Содержание
:
01. Believers Of The Unpure [xtended] (8:32)
02. Ouverture (3:32)
03. The Wind Kissed Pictures (7:06)
04. The Lake Of Fire (2:39)

"Believers Of The Unpure" 12''EP
Содержание
:
01. Believers Of The Unpure (5:59)
02. Between Youth (4:05)
03. After The Rain (3:15)


Скачать: HERE 1 -and- HERE 2

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Old 01.17.2008, 11:46 AM   #603
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V/A Rodney on the ROQ- Compilation LP (Posh Boy, USA, 1980)

20-Oct-07




 

 
Why is that records such as this first of three volumes of RODNEY ON THE ROQ have never been re-released (except for two best of volumes, one on vinyl in the UK, one on CD)? I mean, c’mon - hit after hit, from alpha to omega. Take this version of one of the very best songs ever written – “Bloodstains” (AGENT ORANGE) blows away the other two version (on the first 7″ and on the fab “Living in Darkness” 12″). Same for ADOLESCENTS’ “Amoeba”! The CIRCLE JERKS, you know that, should have called it a day after the first “LP”, so their song is the weakest here. UXA we love, KLAN is great, BLACK FLAG deliver their most aggressive song ever (what a sound!) and RIK L RIK is out there in the “Outback”. The flip has poppies sounds, nevertheless they’re all smashers! CROWD, DAVID MICROWAVE, the invincible NUNS, FENDER BUDDIES, VIDIOTS plus an unreleased SIMPLETONES jump-a-rounder.
But, frankly, I only took my time to rip this for the last song, listed as “Surprise” done by a band called NEW YORK. It’s actually a gal named Cristina covering Peggy Lee’s “Is that all there is” and drastically changing the lyrics, turning the song into one dark dyonisian chant. This really has freaking me out, it’s so fucking great! Isn’t this exactly the kind of music Quentin Tarantino would use in a movie soundtrack? If anybody has more on Cristina (and yes, I can google myself), please please share.
Help yourself or the social workers will! (<– clicking that link means you’ll be downloading the whole played to decomposition comp with all its crackling and rumpling, compressed into one large zip file)
http://www.goodbadmusic.com/category/compilations/


Death In June - Take Care And Control


 


[Neofolk. UK. Neroz]

Tracklisting:

1 Smashed To Bits (In The Peace Of The Night) (4:48)
2 Little Blue Butterfly (4:04)
3 The Bunker (3:08)
4 Kameradschaft (4:22)
5 Frost Flowers (3:10)
6 A Slaughter Of Roses (3:13)
7 The November Men (7:43)
8 Power Has A Fragrance (3:46)
9 Despair (2:23)
10 The Odin Hour (3:59)
11 The Bunker, Empty (2:56)
12 Wolf Angel (2:59)
13 Circo Massimo (6:16)

Part 1
Part 2

[mp3@320]

[Limited edition of 1000 copies. Packaged in a standard jewel case. Includes the track "Wolf Angel" (Track 12) which was not included on the Take Care And Control LP and the track "Circo Massimo" (Track 13) which was not on the UK version of Take Care And Control CD. Track 4 ("Kameradschaft") was already completed prior to Albin Julius' arrival to write the music for and record this record. Track 13 is the italian fascist song "Giovinezza".]

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Old 01.17.2008, 12:16 PM   #604
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EXPERIMENTAL AUDIO RESEARCH, The Koner Experiment (1997)


 

Maybe I've already posted this...
Extraordinary collaboration between E.A.R (Sonic Boom & friends) and PORTER RICKS's Thomas Köner. Mix E.A.R analog textures & bowed instruments with Köner low frequency and metronomic pulses (those your neighbours won't like) and that's it. In my opinion it's absoluteluly unique, one of the 10 marsterpieces of my collection. At first glance you may think that the 10 tracks are pretty the same... Then listen carefully tracks 2 and 5! Wouawh, headbanging in the walls!!

Download this fabulous album here.



TIMOTHY LEARY, Turn on, tune in, drop out (1967, spoken psych ambient)


 

Extraordinary "psych spoken words" by drug guru(?) TIMOTHY LEARY. Those who like THROBBING GRISTLE's Genesis P. Orridge may consider LEARY his ancestor - some of his most ambient / spoken albums sound almost the same!
I don't like spoken words : belive me, there is much in "Turn on...", with magic sounds from beyond, beautiful voices, wonderful textures and noises, and even a few melodies.
Discovered through a psychic blog (I don't remember which one - see in "best links" - it's my turn to share it now. "I'm drowning, I'm drowning!". Brrrrgh.....
Find it on Rapidshare or on MassMirror.

http://tontonmahood.blogspot.com/
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Old 01.19.2008, 03:09 AM   #605
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Merzbow-Crocidura Dsi Nezumi

http://rapidshare.com/files/84319791...Dsi_Nezumi.zip

1987 Cassette only release
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Merzbow-Crocidura Dsi Nezumi

http://rapidshare.com/files/84319791...Dsi_Nezumi.zip

1987 Cassette only release

thanks Florya for the Merzbow
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english indie rockers from the wilds of suffolk oh yeah just like the darkness!!
early nineties on wiija records. this cd contains the b12 marmites ep with other songs padding it out to a full album. and it is so very good but i'm at a loss to describe it, so forgive this:
alternately tantrum / laconic bubblegum pop/rock with epic slintiness, steve albini's pedal collection circa 1987 / glitchy little prog teases and killdozerynomeansnoishness (but not?) a noise xtc?
i give up.
just listen.
here

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This is a gem.

 


Here is seminal minimalist La Monte Young's The Well-Tuned Piano, the 1988 Gramavision recording.

LA MONTE YOUNG: At the world premiere of The Well-Tuned Piano, the live world premiere in Rome in 1974, Pandit Pran Nath was there. And he said, "You literally transformed the traditional instrument of Europe before their eyes." Somehow, by tuning the piano in just intonation, it takes it back to the lyre of Orpheus and the harp of David which had to be tuned in a much simpler way, and it brings out some of those characteristics. The piano just depends on what you do with it. It's like everything else. Remember when electronic instruments came out and the Musician's Union said, "This is going to be a problem. Musicians are going to be out of work" and so forth. They weren't really. It just became another instrument. And what you do with electronics is what's important.

http://rapidshare.com/files/59473767...part1.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/59481805...part2.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/59490518...part3.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/59493787...part4.rar.html

(need to download all to get the 5 cd's)

http://melafoundation.org/main.htm

Limited edition DVD
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Old 01.24.2008, 06:24 AM   #610
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XTC "3D EP" | Virgin




 
First of all, this child above is completely OK... For wonderers, there is the whole story at end of the post.

"3D EP" was the band's vinyl debut. It was released on October 7, 1977 on Virgin Records. It was 12" single and was initially proposed with a 7" single (known as the 3D Single). However instead of issuing both Virgin recalled the 7" at the very last minute (however a few singles did escape). The singles that do exist have been known to fetch upwards of $1,000. ' Taken from Wikipedia.
In three songs the sound of XTC is firmly established. “Science Friction” promotes equally the skills of all the band members. Andy attacks his guitar to produce the most jagged mixture of ska and chord riffs anywhere west of early Gang Of Four. Terry maintains a steady fast pop dance beat, intentionally not interacting with Andy’s ska guitar pulls. Colin plays bouncy and creative bass guitar while Barry creates a twisted-carnival fun-house atmosphere with his farfisa organ. The stop & go rhythms defy you to dance and then make you spastically trip over yourself when you do. Mostly there’s Andy’s voice - puns and wit delivered in a voice that prefers to stutter and hiccup the words. If you listen to just Andy Partridge on the first few albums you’ll hear the most under-rated singer/guitarist in the history of new wave. His playing is jagged, intense, pissed and often discordant with the rest of the song, while his voice is an acrobatic marvel. “She’s So Square” is a more straight-forward pop song while “Dance Band” represents the other side of early XTC - slow, robotic dance anthems for manipulated and alienated youth (a theme expressed often in early new wave). ' Taken from Old Punks.

• The sleeve info:
1977 Virgin Records
Andy Partridge - Guitar, Vocals
Colin Moulding - Bass, Vocals
Terry Chambers - Drums, metal door of microphone cupboard, filing cabinet
Barry Andrews - Keyboards, Vocals
Produced and engineered by John Leckie
Tapes 'worked' by Haydn Bendall
Vans and Smooth Talk Steve 'Fullblast' Warren, Jeff 'money' Fitches
Recorded and mixed at EMI Studios, Abbey Road, London NW8
Printed in England by Robor Limited
(All sleeves are usually embeded, you can see these in iTunes artwork section).

Bizarro pop, early new wave.

Download XTC "3D EP" (18 Mb)

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This is worth it for track six alone.

Ken Nordine - How Are Things in Your Town? (Blue Thumb, 1971)



 


http://pecksspetrips.blogspot.com/20...your-town.html

Here is a very nice out of print word jazz album from Ken Nordine. It is a collection of songs that were recorded between 1957 and 1960. If you're not familiar with Nordine or word jazz, I highly suggest checking this out. Very nice jazz music with Ken Nordine telling amusing anecdotes. If you've never heard "Colors" by Ken Nordine, I would suggest checking it out also.


Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XNTRJTXB

tracklisting:
Side One
    • 1. Original Sin {0:03:02} 1960
    • 2. What Time Is It? {0:04:00} 1957
    • 3. Down The Drain {0:03:18} 1958
    • 4. Reaching Into In {0:02:12} 1960
    • 5. Lemming {0:02:35} 1958
    • 6. Flibberty Jib {0:04:50} 1957
Side Two
    • 7. The Whistler {0:03:08} 1959
    • 8. Bury-It-Yourself Time Capsule {0:03:16} 1959
    • 9. Hunger Is From {0:03:58} 1957
    • 10. Smerd {0:04:40} 1959
    • 11. Anytime, Anytime {0:02:32} 1958
    • 12. Pacing {0:02:25} 1972 (previously unreleased, recorded 1960)
Side Three
    • 13. Firefly {0:02:23} 1960
    • 14. Outer Space {0:03:42} 1958
    • 15. Manned Space Capsule {0:02:24} 1959
    • 16. The Vidiot {0:05:35} 1957
    • 17. Miss Cone {0:02:52} 1958
    • 18. Mr. Big {0:02:09} 1959
Side Four
    • 19. Confessions of 349-18-5171 {0:07:33} 1960
    • 20. Roger {0:05:16} 1957
    • 21. Looks Like Rain {0:03:40} 1957
    • 22. You're Getting Better {0:02:15} 1960
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Old 01.24.2008, 07:18 AM   #612
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The Red Queen Kills 7 Times

 



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Goblin and Fabio Frizzi...together...undercover brothers? 'Nuff said.
http://lix.in/07df05


 
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Tribute to Hüsker Dü (1994)



 
While the Replacements have inspired no less than five tribute albums, Hüsker Dü aficionados have a lot of catching up ahead of them. Case Closed? is merely one of only two Hüsker covers albums, the other being, Dü Hüskers: The Twin Cities Replay Zen Arcade, the content of which is limited to the band's 1984 double concept-lp (in it's entirety) as it's title no doubt implies.


If name recognition is your barometer for a worthy tribute album (and really, who's isn't?) you would almost be forgiven for taking a pass on this one. Case Closed? was issued on the European Snoop Records label in 1994, with it's limited distribution stateside, only outdone by it's dearth of American participants. In fact, you can count all the Yanks on one hand: Alloy,Sick of It All, and the always superb Big Drill Car. Nevertheless, one of your favorite Hüsker songs is bound to be among one of the 23 selections within. Despite the lineup of career punk/hardcore acts, most stay faithful to Bob Mould and Grant Hart's arrangements.


01-NRA - In A Free Land
02-Terry Hoax - Dead Set On Destruction
03-Sick Of It All - Target
04-Alloy - Out On A Limb
05-Mink Stole - Tell You Why Tomorrow
06-Rubbermaids - I Apologize
07-Jonas Jinx - Something I Learned Today
08-Only Living Witness - Too Far Down
09-Motorpsycho - New Day Rising
10-D.I. - The Biggest Lie
11-Upset Noise - It's Not Funny Anymore
12-Breszinski - Turn On The News
13-2 Bad - What's Going On
14-Richies - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
15-Baysix - Hardly Getting Over It
16-Big Drill Car - Celebrated Summer
17-Balance - Makes No Sense At All
18-Gigantor - Green Eyes
19-The Strangemen - Diane
20-Alison Ate - Never Talking To You Again
21-Vanilla Chainsaws - Ice Cold Ice
22-Engrained - I'll Never Forget You
23-Medfield M.A. - No Reservations


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Huggy Bear 'Don't Die' EP 7" (1993)
Don't know much about these English boy/girl revolutionaries, but they are loud, boisterous and amusing. According to Wikipedia: "On February 14 1993, Huggy Bear performed on the popular MTV-like British TV show, The Word. After they played their fun, chaotic set, the band stayed in the studio to watch a report on 2 American models who called themselves "the Barbi Twins". Huggy Bear and their fans became upset at this and started shouting at the show's noticeably uncomfortable presenter Terry Christian. They were violently ejected from the studio and a spokesperson for The Word later said that one of the band's friends had "bit the face of a member of our production team." The performance was given a Melody Maker cover story, the event being compared to the Sex Pistols' Bill Grundy incident."
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Tour EP Info
The Tour EP was sold as a CD-R on our tour with Ariel Pink in February of 2006. It contains three tracks that we completed back in 2005. It was sold as an extra little treat for fans; it was NOT intended to be a major statement or an official release.

A few weeks ago the EP was leaked onto the internet .... which is fine. Unfortunately, the person that originally uploaded the EP encoded it at a crappy bitrate of 128k. Rather than have it spread around the web at a lower quality, I decided to offer it at a better compression rate.

Download here.

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" Ever since it appeared on Carpark Records two years ago, Belong’s October Language has been an album that keeps coming back to me every now and then. Its February 2006 release garnered favourable reviews from all of the expected sources, but I can’t help but feel it didn’t get the appreciation it deserved. Having heard very little from the New Orleans-based duo of Turk Dietrich and Mike Jones as of late, a quick trip to their MySpace page reveals that not only do they have a new EP coming out on February 18 called Colorless Record (limited to 300 copies, each one comes with “its own unique, handmade artwork”; visit scdistribution.com to secure yours), but they’re also planning to release another EP and an album before the end of 2008. Perhaps the best news though is that as of January 30, the band have been giving away 2006’s Tour EP (via file-sharing site Mediafire), which they sold while playing shows with Ariel Pink. Lead track “A Sunny Place For Shady People” doesn’t wander much from the swelling ambient guitar noise of October Language, but that’s hardly a disappointment. The amorphous drone flows like a fountain of reverb, streaming warm melodies that recall GAS, with flecks of hope keeping it afloat. It’s quite calming and serene — the right piece of music for drifting off to into the afterlife when your time comes"
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Old 02.08.2008, 02:02 PM   #619
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can u upload their album "alone alone " plz..

if you have it

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Hungry Ghosts - Eponymous 4 track EP

http://rapidshare.com/files/48993350...hosts.rar.html

My version seems to have a different cover to the one shown elsewhere and is number 284 of an edition of 500.

Hungry Ghosts were 'discovered' by Steve Shelley on SY's 1998 tour of Australia, and he helped them release an album called 'Alone Alone'. This EP pre-dates their 'discovery' by about a year.

Review from terrascope.org:-

"Hungry Ghosts' eponymous EP starts off with 'Three Sisters.' A violin runs through some Morrocan sounding scales, squeeze box and xylophone adds to the sawing sound until it's like a Tom Waits funeral dirge. The band are Australian, and this is produced by ex-Birthday Party member Roland S. Howard. 'Africa' is a clanging metaphor for disturbing incidents which go unreported amongst the pipes at the backs of factories. 'Fly' adds acoustic guitar to the recipe, which perversely recommends that this hot spicy dish be served cold: Freezing tombstone elegies delivered by people with life and fire in their veins. 'Love Song' lifts the heavy atmosphere at the end with a lovely workout sounding like Simon Jeffes of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra forced to busk with Spanish street musicians for his air fare home."
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Old 02.12.2008, 06:01 PM   #620
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