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« Reply #900 on: March 08, 2011, 10:47:31 AM »

That build up at the end of the b-side of XE SS Wiking is AMAZING! Contender for "Highlight" thread.
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« Reply #901 on: March 10, 2011, 05:42:36 PM »

freshly delivered from the van & checked it:

awesome box, 4 lp's, 1 card, 2 inserts....pitty the lp's hardly fit in their sleevs :-/

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"at Stockholm" with White Stains....imho some of the best PTV out there, very Coil like, calm spoken Porridge, 3 sides of it....
"jarman themes" ....one side, 2 tracks...one >21minutes with a hypnotic Pan Sonic-like beat/throb, again, pretty awesome
"live danceteria" good live recording from 83, but i hate it when Porridge yells on his live recordigs....he allways yells live....
"unreleased/rarities" .....how many versions of Unclean does one need??? 3 more?!?! 3 tracks on bside are very nice, early style Ptv

mixed bag, as expected, could have been a awesome 2xlp
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« Reply #902 on: March 10, 2011, 07:54:07 PM »

waiting for that box.. I guess the late VOD shipment are just now being done..

Yesterday at the Laibach live gig, there was example copy of upcoming vinyl box set. Looked nice. It's delayed still more, but at least wheels in motion! I hope they'd really do good selection of the oldest works. Made me want to listen some Laibach stuff, but haven't done it yet. Scored couple books, and quite "recent" exhibition catalogue probably should be mentioned in art section later on..
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« Reply #903 on: March 10, 2011, 08:58:49 PM »

on the topic of VOD but a book question, is the book version of Shock Tilt still in the works?
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« Reply #904 on: March 10, 2011, 11:36:28 PM »

Really awesome work

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« Reply #905 on: March 11, 2011, 03:59:58 PM »

The new tapes on UNREST PROD:
SHIFT - Morose - as heavy, nocturnal and defeating as always; the distinct lawnmower-like scrape that showered the listener on Bulk is now a bit more hidden, but still present, woven together with some underlying ambient almost melodic synth drones. B-side is built upon a pulsating rhythm of some kind. Harking slightly back to the dynamic harmony of the very first 7", but retaining the pitch darkness of the albums.

HUMAN LARVAE - What Lies Ahead - Another PE/industrial release from Unrest in the line with IFOTS, exploring different depths and layers of sound and dynamics; very pleasurable, highly recommended. First I've heard from this project so I can't relate to previous efforts. Will need to listen more attentively, the tapes arrived yesterday so only once so far.

And something else: LANDVARELSER - Strålning B - synthesizer harsh noise attack from member of Time Deleters, Sphynx etc. 4 or 5 tracks, distinct songs, which is positive - not just improvised barrage of noises, but structured and versatile. Quite a ride. Nice cover also. Released on the new Malmö label Sprachlos Verlag. Would also recommend the AMPH tape. Andrew McIntosh's reviews made them justice.
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« Reply #906 on: March 13, 2011, 12:23:43 AM »

Deterge - Intellect - Pummelling and brutal. Two 9 minute slabs of grinding Power Electronics with up-front vocal attacks and damaged crackling rumbles. This is just swelling with activity and movement. I need to hear more from this artist. Does anyone know who is behind this?

It is Jim who runs Fusty Cunt and does his older project PTM.
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« Reply #907 on: March 14, 2011, 10:22:31 AM »

Deterge - Intellect - Pummelling and brutal. Two 9 minute slabs of grinding Power Electronics with up-front vocal attacks and damaged crackling rumbles. This is just swelling with activity and movement. I need to hear more from this artist. Does anyone know who is behind this?

It is Jim who runs Fusty Cunt and does his older project PTM.

Yea, just found this out from talking with him. What a surprise. He's been on my forums since the day one and I didn't even know it was his project.
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« Reply #908 on: March 15, 2011, 05:02:39 AM »

Fleshpress - Pillars CD
Human Larvae - What Lies Ahead C40
Shift - Morose C30
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« Reply #909 on: March 15, 2011, 04:01:54 PM »

freshly delivered from the van & checked it:

awesome box, 4 lp's, 1 card, 2 inserts....pitty the lp's hardly fit in their sleevs :-/

music:
"at Stockholm" with White Stains....imho some of the best PTV out there, very Coil like, calm spoken Porridge, 3 sides of it....

(Not that I really care that much, but...)

Just got this in the mail. Not surprised to see that GPO is as much of a historical revisionist as ever. His then-darling Paula (Alaura) was also a part of the recording, and was credited on the original release of At Stockholm. Now, for the LP box, her name is gone from all credits. Classy, Gen.
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« Reply #910 on: March 15, 2011, 07:02:30 PM »

Altar Of Flies - Cenotaphs, 7" Really like the A-side with the creepy screaming sound (some sort of voice?) and also the new cover designs for Hästen & korset, looks good.
The Bear Quartet - Monty Python, cd Brilliant.
Vatican Shadow / Contrepoison - The Serpent Carries Him Back Into Paradise, CS Best Contrepoison song I've heard so far, the demo tape was good but this is so much better.
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« Reply #911 on: March 15, 2011, 11:02:23 PM »

RICHARD RAMIREZ - hard trainer - tape. pretty standrad Ramirez-noise with samples from some gay-porno set in a gym, solid stuff. but it´s the packing that sets this apart, comes in a jewelry-box, sweet.
DILLOWAY / GIFFONI - live at the no fun fest 2007 - LP. i know i can count on Dilloway to deliver the goods, but always thought Giffonis stuff would be boring, only took seconds to reconsider... his side on this is brilliant, swirling noise with a touch of Esplendor Geometrico. first class lp!
BOTTOMS OF BLACK LAKES - the gatekeepers of ecstacy - tape. synth/drone type of thing, not really ambient, similar to early Tangerine Dream or a more pulsating Ora, really like this tape.
CALL BACK THE GIANTS- s/t - LP. experimental droneing pieces and some catchy songs, very brittish, like something from Snatch tapes or a lo-fi Coil. gets quite a few spins here.
ALAN SILVA - luna surface - LP. fantastic free jazz from dream-team line up. it is like acoustic wall noise, brain melting!
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« Reply #912 on: March 16, 2011, 09:11:09 PM »

For reason or another, been too busy with other music than noise for last few days.
BURZUM "fallen" LP - good, but not great. More balanced as album than belus, but also without the darker "hit" tracks.. Listened over and over again, but still not totally convinced. This is not the stuff how cult reputation was build, but neither the album to lose it.

Shitter Limited "nyt ammutaan ministeri pertti salolainen" 12"... I skipped this when it came out, and for a good reason. Majority of songs are pretty lame "pop-rock", with just totally obscure lyrics. Vittu Mä Tapan Sut Iiro Viinanen is still good punk track,
Shitter Limited "Anna Pillua Helena Pesola" 12", used to be too expensive back in the day, but now scored it for reasonable price. And how much better is this than release above? A LOT! They were always skilled musicians, yet here it's still leashed to serve relatively aggressive metallic punkrock. Saatanan Ryssät! Helena Pesola on  h u o r a! Pasifisti!

Liimanarina 7"s... classics!
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« Reply #913 on: March 17, 2011, 08:36:26 PM »

BU/N12/PiS - FILTH LP
Since it arrived I've spun it few times a night, really really good three way split. All artists deliver the goods! I like the end of the BU song how the sample arises from the chaos and gives a great kick to the end of the song!

FINAL SOLUTION - All New Power
Hateful as always, maybe a bit more Whitehouse moments than on the 7". But very enjoyable, simple layout, killer content.
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« Reply #914 on: March 18, 2011, 10:39:38 AM »


christ i love this, and what a sleeve!!!!
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