(Dirter - DPROMLP61) 2xLP $50.00

Dude from Brainwashed pretty much nails it: “Considering the massive influence Faust have had on Nurse With Wound (with Stapleton as a young man famously traveling to the group's headquarters at Wumme only to find Faust were off on tour), it is nearly asking for either an anticlimax or a masterpiece yet [Disconnected] is neither…. [T]he hypnotic, motorik rhythms of "Lass Mich" … blend[ing] into smoky ambiences is a stunning start to the album. This was the kind of magic I was hoping for. Yet from here on the album never returns to the sense of urgency and power of the opening song…. There are times when the music is unmistakably Stapleton and Potter -- the time-stretched vocals and ethereal drones … [while] Faust (in this case consisting of Jean-Herve Peron, Zappi Diermaier and Amaury Cambuzat) bring an awful lot to the table, some of the material here sounds like it could have come from the classic recording sessions at Wumme, the band sounding as vibrant now as in their youth…. The symbiosis between the two groups comes naturally, although with all the studio trickery it is hard to tell where one band begins and the other ends…. Disconnected may not be a Faust Tapes or a Soliloquy for Lilith for the 21st century but at the very least it answers a big "what if" question. Its best moments shine brightly and at worst it is not a million miles away from some of Nurse With Wound's more recent output (and really that is not a bad place to be at all).” Includes a second platter available only with the first 1000 copies. One side of Faust, one side of NWW.


Flawed Existence

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD66) 4xLP + 10-inch $140.00 (Out-of-stock)

Almost five hours of sheer insanity by the ingenious music-alchemist Steven Stapleton, active now for 30 years. Contains early material produced from 1982 to 1985. Two hours of their official tape releases Scrag (United Dairies 1981), Nylon Coverin' Body Smotherin' (Mi Mort 1983) and Mi-Mort (Mi Mort 1983), over one hour of tape-comp-only tracks, over an hour of their first two live performances in 1984, plus a 37-minute 10-inch with unreleased material from 1983, and one exclusive NWW track on a soundchip greeting card. All in incredible packaging with T-shirt and embossed poster.


She And Me Fall Together In Free Death

(Beta Lactam Ring - mt040b) LP $25.00

Six tracks from 2003, another super-freaked, avant-gone experience. Includes all the creepy, sex-vibed sounds and psyched-out grooves one would expect, plus a cover of "Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair."


Spiral Insana

(United Dairies) Used CD $12.00

One continuous piece of music, indexed as three, listed as twenty. Guests Robert Haigh, David Jackman, and Chris Wallis mix bowed piano, percussion, radio, loops, and what is credited on the sleeve as “stuff” into an hour-long collage of mashed-up sounds, jarring juxtapositions, buzzsaw distortion, and even a pipe organ. From 1997 with two non-LP tracks.


Steel Dream March Of The Metal Men

(Clawfist - XPIG 12) 7-inch $20.00

"Steel Dream March of the Metal Men" is very very close to being the exact same song as the Miss Ticker remix of "Cold" from the Thunder Perfect Mind CD reissue and "Head Cold" from the Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven CD. Includes one-sided insert advertising the Clawfist singles club. From 1992. Edition of 1400