Monday, 6 June 2016

Lustmord ‎– A Document Of Early Acoustic & Tactical Experimentation - FLAC



My favorite band of dark industrial !!!!!!!!!

Dark Vinyl Records ‎– DV04
Format:
CD, Compilation 
Country:
Germany
Released:
1991
Genre:
Electronic
Style:
Experimental, Industrial


Tracklist
1 A.T.M.O.M. 4:14
2 Headplate 5:01
3 Sibling 4:54
4 Murderwrecker 6:21
5 Slabstone 5:36
6 Arise 6:40
7 Credo/Nemo 4:54
8 Beast Of Burden Beast Of Prey 5:29
9 Ovenblast (Live 10.81) 5:46
10 Amok (Live 2.82) 6:57
11 Words Of Voice 4:23
12 Boneing Of Men 6:11
13 Of Bones Of Men 4:04






Companies, etc.

Recorded At – Electronic Music Studios (London) Limited
Record Company – Studio 47
Distributed By – Dark Vinyl Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dark Vinyl Records
Copyright (c) – Dark Vinyl Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lustmord
Copyright (c) – Lustmord
Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria

Credits

Engineer – R. Wood*
Graphics – Disinformation
Noises [Treated Device], Voice – G. Rushton*
Performer [Machines], Noises [Treatments], Tape [Audio], Voice – B. Lustmord*
Tape [Audio], Voice, Performer [Mayhem] – N. Dunster*
Technician [Processed By] – C. Carter*
Voice – R. Sailyne*

Notes

There also exists a numbered edition where the all of the artwork (including the disc artwork) is printed with silver ink instead of black ink. It was limited to 300 copies.

Tracks 1, 2 and 6 recorded live on location in 1980-1981.
Track 11 was recorded for the Twin Vision video "Alchemy".
Track 12 appeared on the Xtract compilation "The Elephant Table Album".
Track 13 is an alternative version of the track which appeared on the Third Mind compilation "Rising From The Red Sand Volume Four".
All other tracks were recorded at the facilities of E.M.S. London in March 1981.
Processed from two track for compact disc at Studio 47, November 1990.
Comes with 4-page booklet.

℗ & © 1991 Dark Vinyl & Lustmord
Distributed by Dark Vinyl
Made in Austria.

Re-released as DVLR 4.


Pass: STAHLFABRIK

7 comments:

  1. Great material. Thanks, Darya !!!!

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  2. Con años, este blog se hace cada vez mejor.
    Pregunta - ¿tendrian cualquier de estos tres titulos?

    Onomatopoeia: “It’s Onomatopoeia” (Cheeses International), 1989, UK
    Frugal Gormets – “Home Cookin’”, 1985, US
    Nord – “Live Materials 80-93”, Japan

    Saludos

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    1. Gracias SonicA por tus palabras. Ciertamente, Wet Dreams ha mejorado desde que tenemos este equipazo de colaboradores.

      Nos ponemos a la búsqueda del material que nos pides.

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  3. I think I might have yet another suggestion, besides the Lopez ones I gave you:

    John Cage - Edition 1: Etudes Boreales & Ryoanji (1985, LP, mode records)

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  4. Onomatopoeia: “It’s Onomatopoeia” (Cheeses International), 1989, UK

    comes lossless..

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  5. Dos discos y 1: Podíamos decir como aquel, yo que a las simas más profundas bajé (Heresy) y a las estrellas más altas subí (The Place Where The Black Stars Hang) dos impresionantes trabajos de Lustmord. Y 1: Rompiendo todos los esquemas y clichés del autor, bajo el nombre de Arecibo ‎(Trans Plutonian Transmissions) compacto cuasi rallado por su uso.
    Claro que el txiko de la imagen (al que le fluye líquido de las fosas nasales) tampoco está nada mal.
    Gracias plenas.

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  6. Y lectoras descargadoras...

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