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Pro Pocit Jistoty / Jeste Jsme Se Nedohodli

3 of 5 stars 03.10.2018
from Michael Boruvka

"Pro Pocit Jistoty" is one band
"Jeste Jsme Se Nedohodli" is second band

Sensitive Liberated Autistiks

Korpses Katatonik
from Graf Haufen

There is even a third version of this - probably the first edition that features completely different labels ("nekrophilique" and just three dots printed on the label and title/catalog number type-written as on all their tapes).


from James Dean Brown

The correct title is "Roto-Limbs".

Texican Raveloni (Bedside songs for problem children)

Wavis O'Shave
from Frank Bull

would be awesome to receive a scan to the tape.

Texican Raveloni (Bedside songs for problem children)

Wavis O'Shave
5 of 5 stars 08.09.2018
from Uji's Revenge

Foreign Matter Exists/Six Is Ten

Larry Mondello Band
5 of 5 stars 29.08.2018
from Frank Bull

sorry, no idea, i miss the booklet and on mondello-site is also no trackinfo besides 10 tracks

Foreign Matter Exists/Six Is Ten

Larry Mondello Band
1 of 5 stars 29.08.2018
from BillMental

Tracklist please ?


Tumla Nitnelav
from downwherechanged

This release is called 'Trout'. That is what appears on the inlay card. 'Trout 1-5' refers to the tracks on side 1 of the cassette.


Blue Murder
from Graf Haufen

not Staaltape 17... This was an assumption by a user entering this to discogs due to the stamped number 017 on his / her copy.


2 of 5 stars 11.08.2018
from JorunnaParva

Finally, - 2 starts for Merzbow. He is really interesting artist. But nothing more for me. For example "Sun Baked Snow Cave" is a interesting and surrealistic vision. If you are in that mod, you can enjoy it, and it is also an interesting experience. But I really do not know what I think about "Pulse Demon". Maybe this is the most legendary album in the history of noise music. But it really hurt my ears. I can't enjoy that. I do not know why he committed that. I can't enjoy something which hurt my ears. I could't listen the whole album, but which I listened that was enough. It was also so boring for me. is a Non-Profit Online-Archive & Information-Database for Audio-Tape-Culture (Cassettes/Tapes/Reels) and 20th Century Art- & Music-related Small-Press Publications / Magazine-Culture.

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