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« Reply #60 on: May 11, 2017, 09:57:20 PM »

oh yeah that video was so good bring back good memories to me
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« Reply #61 on: May 13, 2017, 12:25:31 AM »

Here is the Dagda Mor set that wasn't on the vhs for whatever reason...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4Q6kD80jOo
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« Reply #62 on: October 17, 2017, 11:22:35 PM »

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Magnetband-Experimenteller-Elektronik-Underground-DDR-1984-1989/release/9834300

V/A - Magnetband - Experimenteller Elektronik Underground DDR 1984-1989

This is an impressive comp.  Music from the 80s, and they manage to not screw it up.  It feels like an old comp.  I don't think there is a weak track in the bunch.
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« Reply #63 on: October 18, 2017, 11:37:12 AM »

Various  ‎– Don't Hunt What You Can't Kill / L.White Records

since August 16th 2017 This publication has been closed for sale on Discogs. It is not allowed to sell this item on discogs.

bad bad bad!

but if you want one of the last copies of this compilation:
info@white-records.de
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« Reply #64 on: October 18, 2017, 02:54:44 PM »

'Coalescence' is a great noise comp. that I think is only available on bandcamp

https://alien8recordings.bandcamp.com/album/coalescence

Tell a lie it's a cd as posted on Discogs.
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« Reply #65 on: October 18, 2017, 06:57:48 PM »

Susan Lawly's "Extreme Music" series:

- Extreme Music from Russia
- Extreme Music from Japan
- Extreme Music from Women
- Extreme Music from Africa (my favorite one).

Just great!
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« Reply #66 on: October 18, 2017, 08:52:44 PM »

The original Come Again 3x7" acetate on Vanilla, ive only heard a rip, but it's godlike for the format restrictions.  A faithful 3x7" ed 500 would be appropriate, since this is actually iconic and powerful material.  One time I saw it for sale, had no money, very sad time for noise psycho
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« Reply #67 on: March 23, 2018, 01:49:38 AM »

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Sky-Flowers-Horse-Eggs/release/316885

Sky Flowers & Horse Eggs CD.  Everyone brings the goods.  A fine, fine way to spend 75 minutes.

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« Reply #68 on: March 23, 2018, 04:14:06 PM »

One time I saw it for sale, had no money, very sad time for noise psycho

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« Reply #69 on: March 25, 2018, 06:20:07 AM »

It was only mentioned once in this thread but the Audial Decimation Comp stood out from more recent releases. A well crafted comp and that Brethren track is a standout



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« Reply #70 on: June 15, 2018, 09:04:00 PM »

Autoplasie II hasn't been mentioned yet, i think. Good one to know about french industrial from early 90's.
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Various-Autoplasie-II/release/252388

And a very good recent compilation i like quite a bit: Certified Dead
https://www.discogs.com/fr/Various-Certified-Dead/release/11378562
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« Reply #71 on: August 29, 2018, 10:55:12 AM »

Here's one I compiled over a few years that was released last year.

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Punishment-Excruciation/release/10575275

Opening track from Cloama https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L24pE6pxMJw


I have a new one in the works. Line up completed and released in December. On cassette, this time.
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« Reply #72 on: February 18, 2021, 10:59:22 PM »

Surprised no one mentioned the Widerstand compilation - one of the last of the State Art releases from 2003, but compiled from 1998 to 2003. Two CDs of industrial, but varied enough with Survival Unit, Con-Dom, and Control Resistance rubbing shoulders with the likes of Dream Into Dust and Blood Conspiracy, a one-off featuring Michael Moynihan, Rob. X Patriot, and the fella from Warcom. An interesting track, that one - crude drum machine, ambient-type effects, and semi-processed vocals - but interesting more for the people involved than for the actual result which, while not too bad, isn't exactly the best thing here. However, really good stuff from short-lived projects like Maison Close and Citadel, as well as from Predominance, Orphx, and even 4th Sign Of The Apocalypse! Second disc is probably the better, but very few weaknesses on the first, either.
State Art had a few really good compilations, and this one was another from a time when the 'scene' was probably at its peak.
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« Reply #73 on: March 03, 2021, 12:27:20 AM »

Not surprised it hasn't been mentioned as it's kind of an odd duck (which I'll get into below), but a major favorite of mine for the past few years has been To Live and Shave in L.A.'s The Grief that Shrieked to Multiply, on monotype.  When I think of a complete art package, this is a good example for me.  I've been a fan of Tom Smith's work in TLASILA for years under its various guises and shapes and forms, and this has felt a particular highlight.  Years in the making, here's some tidbits that make it interesting to me, and also an unlikely candidate for this thread:

It's not really a noise record, though there are certainly a lot of noisy segments.  Like a lot of TLASILA's music, it veers between harsher assaults and slices of just about anything you can think of.  It's varied and thus consistently interesting.
But, it also has thematic consistency, as at its origin it's a remix record.  After completing TLASILA's Noon and Eternity (not my favorite due to its more stripped down approach, and also it came after the strange, sprawling but excellent God and Country Rally, which itself had the hard task of following the epic Wigmaker magnum opus), for which many guest players were involved, Tom was left with a fair bit of material on the cutting room floor.  He assembled this into a separate piece, which if I remember correctly was supposed to be released as well as an extra disc on this (already-long) set, but never saw the light of day, publicly anyway.  I'd love to hear this (though this won't likely ever happen, as it is one of many, many projects Tom has been in the habit of announcing and then not completing or publishing... I have a running list somewhere, I'm sure!  Usually best not to get too hyped up for this man's works unless it's about to get literally released officially) as apparently it is the main material everyone involved here had to work with.

Which leads me to the other part of this compilation that is a little different: it's a remix project, and the source material is the aforementioned "leftovers" piece Tom constructed, as well as tracks from The Cortège (which itself came out later) and Épuration, an album that apparently the Blossoming Noise label owns but has never released!  Another bit of frustration there.

So what do we have here?  Over 60 artists from all sorts of noisy and electronic music backgrounds, some known and some practically unknown, reworking TLASILA material, in a three CDs + bonus download compilation album that runs over 5 hours!  It's massive, very diverse, and a lot to take in.

To add another weird wrinkle to this remix compilation, Tom decided that all tracks on each disc should run continuously into each other, like a DJ mix.  A strange choice, annoying to some (it gets hard to pick out who did what even with the running order not being a secret, with so many crossfades, and track lengths not being specified), but makes for one hell of a journey for each 79 minute disc taken as a whole. This is part of what took so long, to assemble all these tracks into a coherent flow, not to mention awaiting every contributor's submission...

Last couple weird things: this was initially supposed to be released on Important Records, but they backed away when the project ballooned from two to three discs, shame... Monotype Rec out of Poland stepped in to save the day.  For some reason when this happened, the planned cover art (a painting by the well-known here Rudolf Eb.er, of which I remember seeing a thumbnail of, and it looked great from what I could gather) was changed to something else entirely with the label switch, which is a disappointment, but the music and noise within remain just as great.  It's a compilation I can listen to over and over and always marvel at the range of sounds and approaches by all the remixers.  It never gets boring.
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