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Of Will & The Death Of All Fanatics

Sigillum S & Gerstein
from downwherechanged

Uh, Mors Mea? As in Morsy?

Ancestral Voice

David Gilden
from RichardRamirez69

this David Gilden is not the same David Gilden that was in Black Leather Jesus, Alfa-Jerk, Sawgasm, Slave Labor, Lingula, etc.
A completely different artist.

Live At Jack's / Live At The Channel

Sleep Chamber
3 of 5 stars 10.11.2020
from Sandra

I have yet to see this ... but who knows ? I have a vinyl LP bootleg. Recorded Live at the Channel 1985 (200 made) FM Broadcast. Pretty good quality. Songs: VISION & VOICE, FETISH, SUBMIT TO DESIRE, WARM LEATHERETTE, and DISTANT LIVES. (Live @ JACKS 84 iz on their "666" BOX SET from Germany. (5-LPs with BOOK & 7" Vinyl EP). Sandra.

Drastic Perversions

5 of 5 stars 10.11.2020
from Sandra

There iz also a cassette release to that LP called "PERFECTED PERVERSIONS" (c-60) w/Nurse w/Wound,Women of the SS,Sleep Chamber, etc)
The Women of the SS track from this compilation had 57,000 views with "Woman iz Beast" A great electronic compilation. Sandra

Dream Distillate

Sleep Chamber
3 of 5 stars 10.11.2020
from Sandra

A very strange electronic release. I think they saved the best tracks for vinyl compilations in that era. I have this tape. think I'll dig it out!! Sandra

Sexmagick Ritual

Sleep Chamber
5 of 5 stars 10.11.2020
from Sandra

A real change to electronic/tribal style. Sleep Chamber not only delivers the darkest images of serious magick they include the surreal mood from this as well. Sexmagick Ritual is outstanding for recordings from 1987. This is one of the best releases for this kind of music. Hands Down ! SANDRA

Ken Moore Review Tempus Fugit in Strange Noise WInter 83

5 of 5 stars 09.11.2020
from KMACS

This was printed in Surface Noise by John Loffink (not Strange Noise), and the review was written by Peter Gulch of Nightcrawlers fame. It is a review of "To Come Into Being", NOT "Tempus Fugit" as stated on this page.

The First Transfinite Infinity

Ken Moore & Mike Preziosi & Mark Chance & Laurie Paisley and Larry Jeter
3 of 5 stars 09.11.2020
from KMACS

Mood Invention #11 01:36
Magnificat 08:15
Pink 1 16:27
Mood Invention #12 01:14
Electronic Meditation 12:54
Mood Invention #13 01:36
Two Story Improvisation 03:52
Mood Invention #9 01:23
Second Transfinite Infinitude 12:36
Mood Invention #10 01:55
Red Ruby Rush 24:03
Mood Inventions #14 & 15 02:31

Mood Inventions were those NOT included on Sense of Recreation.
Magnificat and Red Ruby Rush was with Mark Chance (bass) and Mike Prezioso (drums)
Pink 1, Electronic Meditation, and Two Story Improvisation are tracks NOT included on ELIXIR with Larry Jeter (drums) and Mark Chance (bass)
Second Transfinite Infinitude was Ken Moore with Lauri Paisley

Electronic Shock Treatment EST No.1

from kvetner

Titles are "Electric Shock Treatment" up to Issue #4, then just "EST" for Issues #5-#7. I can send the covers for #4-#7 if you like, just drop me an email.

The Boy Talking / Watch Television

New Objeks
5 of 5 stars 09.10.2020
from Graf Haufen

Hi Frank!
Das ist ein UK label und nicht das belgische...
Lieben Gruss,
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