INTRINSIC ACTION

Bad Jack

(BloodLust! - B!044) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. This re-mastered 2003 re-release of the fourth Intrinsic Action cassette (Arbeit Recordings, 1988) contains dark, decayed, rumbling electronics, and meditations on Chicago’s Gacy murders. With two previously unreleased bonus tracks (one live, one SCTL).

INTRINSIC ACTION

Five

(BloodLust! - B!048) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. This re-mastered 2004 re-release of the fifth Intrinsic Action cassette (AWB, 1988) is sonically intense and was recorded live opening for Swans at Chicago's Cabaret Metro. With one bonus SCTL track.

INTRINSIC ACTION

II

(BloodLust! - B!046) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. This re-mastered 2004 re-release of the second Intrinsic Action cassette, originally issued in 1987. It consists of long, minimal, analog-synth piece created on an Arp 2600. With four bonus SCTL tracks

INTRINSIC ACTION

III

(BloodLust! - B!050) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. This re-mastered 2005 re-release of the third Intrinsic Action cassette, originally issued in 1987, contains the band’s third live show, with two bonus SCTL tracks.

INTRINSIC ACTION

Peepland: The Complete Singles

(BloodLust! - B!052) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. Peepland compiles the band's five 7-inch singles: “Dazed” (AWB, 1990); “Male Payment” (Private, 1990); “Manhattan Power Surge (Private, 1992), “Adult Books and Video” (AWB, 1993); and “Groupies” (Bloodlust, 1997). Three bonus tracks from the Woman Hater 7-inch (Self Abuse, 1997) by Surgical Stainless Steel also appear, including a cover of The Sodality’s classic, “I Can’t Stand A Bitchy Chick.”

INTRINSIC ACTION

Sado-Electronics

(BloodLust! - B!029) CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Founded by Mark Solotroff in Chicago, 1984, Intrinsic Action evolved from an experimental industrial noise group into a full-blown power-electronics unit, eventually touring the U.S. with Whitehouse in 1993. They disbanded in 1995 and regrouped as heavy electronics trio Bloodyminded. This re-mastered 2002 re-release of the first Intrinsic Action CD (Tesco, 1992) has eleven tracks of analog synth-driven power-electronics, bordering on minimal-synth -- followed by a long, dark, electronic dirge “Surgical Stainless Steel,” broken into eleven segments -- including the first “blast song” that later shaped the direction of Bloodyminded.