Tokei Nikki

(RRRecords - RRR999) LP $15.00

Kyoto noise turntable trio BusRatch began in 1998 (and have disbanded after eleven years, making their debut vinyl release their swan song) and performed improvised music on eight turntables simultaneously. Later on, as a duo, Katsura Mori and Takahiro Yamamoto "play back" on turntables a variety of items including prepared records, cymbals, metal objects, and mouse pads, as well as constructing sound improvisationally by using the cartridge and arm as amplifiers. Plenty of abstract needle fingering, processing, repetition and extreme noise. Side one contains two elegant, contemporary avant garde compositions. On side two are ninety-nine locked grooves. They've performed with Christian Marclay, Otomo Yoshihide, Keiji Haino, Tetuzi Akiyama, Thomas Ankersmit, Utah Kawasaki, Bruno Meillier, Computer Soup, Olivia Block, Seth Nehil, and TV POW.


New Secret

(RRRecords - RRRCANT) LP picture disc $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Can't is Jessica Rylan, a n-n-noisician who exercises both restraint and vengeance in her ability to cause emotional discomfort and physical pain in the ear, as well as a unique kind of closeness and shared ecstatic state. Using analog synthesizers, a little rhythm box here, a couple distortion pedals there. Observes the Bay Guardian, “The sounds breathed from her homemade modular synths don't come off as ladylike - they're as monstrous and violent at the appropriate volumes as the harshest noise…. [G]entle intimacy with her instrument, the lightness of her voice as it passes through … bent circuits, and the passivity of her gestures as she moves the chaotic parameters of the machine in front of her … imbue her performance with femininity.”


Spectre Of Historys Design

(RRRecords - RRRCTS) LP $17.00 (Out-of-stock)

(RRRecords - RRRCTS) Used LP $5.00

Debut LP by leaders in the new American school of Power Electronics. Features members of Yellow Tears. “Staggeringly focused compositions, possessed data streams screaming at faster-than-life shred.” —Silvum


Country Music Of Southeastern Australia

(RRRecords) Used LP $13.00 (Out-of-stock)

Noisy free improv meets country & western from the mid-’80s, recorded in trademark ultra-lo-fi fashion. Covers of Willie Nelson, Duke Ellington.



(RRRecords) Used LP $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

In the 1986 post-industrial wasteland of upstate New York, what else was there for Damian Catera (guitar, voice, programming), Steve Lombardi (computer stuff, voice, visuals) and Roxanne Benedetto (guitar, voice) to do but make textured soundscapes at times rhythmic and at others chaotic? Doesn’t matter, so long as there’s a strong conceptual foundation rooted in a desire to use the medium of music and multimedia as anthropological tools, engage the audience in a critical discourse, and explore the negative outgrowths of various belief systems. Nailed it. With inserts


Consumer Electronics

(RRRecords) 3xLP $150.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eight tracks from their 1982 self-released cassette Public Attack, eight more from Leathersex cassette (Iphar 1982), plus live recordings from The Nailsea School and The Centro Iberico. 1993 release. Box with paste-on art. With insert sheet. Edition of 300


Upon My Discovery Of The Huso Dead Pain Lair

(RRRecords - RRR002) LP $15.00

Dadaist sound-stew from half-man, half-fish noise-flapper who lovingly assaults (and forces into slavery) a babbling mesh of cheap electronics, found crap, unorthodox techniques, clanging junk, spiels, mantras and who-can-tell.


Tristesse Psychotronique

(RRRecords) Used LP $10.00

“Tortured high frequencies, crumpled magnetic tapes, superimposed layers. Marc Alhanati’s fascinating sound hallucinations from 1991 are drowned in a maelstrom of modulations at the limit of power electronics. At high volume, you almost end up feeling the symptoms of a drug addict in withdrawal yourself: nausea, agitation, anxiety.”


Sings the Blues

(RRRecords - RRRGOD) 7-inch $4.50 (Out-of-stock)

Totally fucked-up schizo-shit noise from Texas nerve-bakers. Edition of 300.


Severe Pig

(RRRecords) Used LP $25.00

“Sounds like a punk version of the Residents with occasional ventures into white noise and folk-rock,” according to Piero Scaruffi. From 1989



(RRRecords - RRRDOG) LP $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

Michigan violinist Mike Collino uses loops, delays and effects to get kinda dark, creepy, industrial/experimental textures and atmospherics. Says Aaron Dilloway, “Excellent violin strangeness complete with multiple reel-to-reel tape delay warbled by bass drum kick pedal.... Killer style!” This LP collects various tracks from his cassettes. Each copy is housed in a hard vinyl laserdisc folder. The outside has a printed cover and the inside has one of RRR’s usual handmade covers.


The Past Darkly / The Future Lightly

(RRRecords) Used 3xLP $80.00

Cassette-only tracks from 1983 through 1988, plus five previously unreleased tracks from 1985 through 1989. Paste-on cover. Edition of 300


Blue Star

(RRRecords) Used LP $30.00

Recorded live at the Freiraum, Bremen, Germany, 1990 and in a meat cooler at a sausage factory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1989.


Space Mantra

(RRRecords) Used LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

A masterpiece of psychedelia from the underbelly of Reagan’s Amerika, in which giant guitar fuzz meets mantric Kraut-like rhythms.


F/i / Vocokesh

(RRRecords) Used Split LP $12.00

“A beautiful gasp of deep space lung capacity. Grasping strings almost in the same vein as Daily Dance. Maxist as hell.” With catalog. Clear vinyl.



(RRRecords) LP + 7-inch $5.00

An out-on-the-odd smush of hook-laden pop-metal from corporal-inclined, these masked mayhemers. Fifteen tracks of Kookoo Island electro-throb dealing in themes of Viking plunder, UFOs, and ass. Colored vinyl. Numbered edition of 200.


Indoctrination / Blast Furnace

(RRRecords) Used LP $16.00 (Out-of-stock)

Neil Herzinger’s side-long electro-collage of dark noise, tones, found sounds and found vocals, backed with five untitled tracks of dynamic power noise by Joseph Roemer and Rodger Stella. Silkscreened paste-on jacket


Bacteria and Gravity

(RRRecords) Used LP $20.00

Tribal rhythms, other-worldly voices, odd sounds such as bullfrog and car horn from 1987. Cover art by Damian Bisciglia.


Self Esteem

(RRRecords - RRR1/2) LP $17.00

Debut LP by leaders in the new American school of Power Electronics. "Carefully composed and ... varied harsh and lo-fi sounds ... produced with clarity and precision," according to Blood Ties, "Harsh noise blasts ... humming and pulsating D.I.Y. synthesizers, feedback chiming in here and there ... focused in some way or another on a rhythmic core.... Lo-fi, dark, aggressive, hate-filled, sick and tired, so many negative feelings crammed into such a small focused space." With members of Yellow Tears.


Drop It

(RRRecords) Used LP $16.00 (Out-of-stock)

Mutant Sounds describes this “absolutely stunning, commanding” album from 1987 as “mindbending weirdity” by a “New York crew that operated at a strange juncture between post-Residents wacky song-form deformation and the downtown cabaret-on-acid improv stylizations of Shelly Hirsch / David Weinstein collaborations (with Hirsch actually appearing on three cuts here)…. [C]reative misapplications of slicked-up DX-7 tonalities and Fairlight CMI primitive sampladelic tech … lends the proceedings a vaguely Art Of Noise-y undertow which sounds absolutely alien in the context of such wayward compositional impulses.”


Prey For Me I-V

(RRRecords) Used LP $15.00

First solo LP from member of Fire In The Head, very well-composed extreme power electronics. Plain LP jacket, black t-shirt (MFA Boston size M, 100% cotton) with silver print. Edition of 29


Prey For Me I-V

(RRRecords - RRR200) LP $15.00

(RRRecords - RRR200) Used LP $10.00

First solo LP from New England electronic noise demon Michael Page (Fire In The Head, Sky Burial). Well-composed, extreme power electronics, a totally violent spew of heavily layered electrical junk noise. Five tracks of crushing squealing synthesizer overdrive, mangled microphone scrape, and damaged grinding machine noise, sometimes reaching wall-noise levels of density a la Knurl or The Rita, and elsewhere skulking through subdued buzzsaw feedback and grisly death screams buried in the churning chaos. The record repeats the same five tracks on the B-side.


Big Time Crash Bang 2008

(RRRecords) LP $12.00

Nothing but the sound of car crashes, all mangled up as only Jupitter-Larsen can do it. Tires squealing, glass shattering, metal crunching. Wrecked, totaled, quite possibly the perfect noise album.



(RRRecords - RRRKARL) LP picture disc $15.00

Synth noise and effects with incomprehensible vocals, as evolved from earlier efforts involving tape manipulations, junk instruments, classical samples.


Electronic Music

(RRRecords - RRRXENAKIS) LP $15.00

Xenakis-referencing masterwork by Due Processor Jason Lescalleet, created with analog gear (old reel-to-reels, tape effects and guitar effects). An appropriately thick tapestry of sound.


Batz-Tou-Tai With Material Gadgets

(RRRecords) Used 2xCD $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

The 1987 benchmark for classic industrial collage in which Masami Akita uses loops and cut-up sounds from electroacoustic and modern classical works by François Bayle, Conlon Nancarrow, Ivo Malec, and Luc Ferrari. Subtitled De-Composed Works 1985-86, this 1993 remix reissue includes a bonus disc of loops recorded at the same time as the original but omits “Semykyoku”, “Anus Anvil Anxiety” and “Mortegage” from the original release, and “Intermission” is a short excerpt of “Dahkini Disko” from the original.


Nose Picker

(RRRecords) LP $15.00

First solo LP from Jeff Hartford (Grey Skull), known and feared for live performances that require a guitar-amp combo to be swung violently and dangerously close to the audience. The gracious overlords at Mimaroglu, with whom it is difficult to disagree, describe the vocals as “caveman-esque sound-poetry” somewhere between François Dufrêne and Cookie Monster, which seems appropriate for the ugly scum-noise excreted by this loveable New England creep.


They Live

(RRRecords) Used LP $30.00

An anarchist protest / actionist record, like Otto Muehl having his way with Herman Nitsch. Avant excursions of guttural excess and militant pounding, almost academic in its scope, by this current member of Schimpfluch and the former big cheese behind Fear Of God. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2009


Skate / Snorkel

(RRRecords - RRRITA) LP $17.00

The second in RRRecords' Foley series follows GX- Jupitter-Larsen's Big Time Crash Bang LP; on “Skate” Sam MacKinlay amplifies the sound of 50/50 grinds on metal railing with live effects manipulation by Christian Nicolay. A completely new recording is also included, taking its cues from the other, but uses different distortion chains and ideologies to try and fully manipulate the live skateboard trucks on steel and their tendencies when effected. “Snorkel” is made up of sound effect samples from over twenty different horror and adventure films with diving and snorkling scenes -- from underwater knife and spear gun fights, to straight wreck diving, etc. -- edited, layered, and heavily effected.


Fuck Your Punk Rock

(RRRecords - RRRSICK) LP picture disc $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

Chris Goudreau started Sickness in the mid-1980s as a tape-loop / industrial project. Here cut up electronics and rapid-fire loops are mashed together with biting comments on today's “noise scene” golden calves and half-assed trends.


Obsidian Shaking Codex

(RRRecords) Used CD $10.00 (Out-of-stock)

Five lengthy pieces from 1993 that signaled a change away from tribal drumming and wild guitar distortions toward droning, chaotic dissonance with horror-industrial overtones. Classic, crushing Skullflower that peaks with the titanic twenty-five-minute “Smoke Jaguar.”



(RRRecords) split LP $12.00

Richard Franecki's heavily acid-drenched, guitar-driven space rock trio Vocokesh nods to Ash Ra Tempel, Bevis Frond and Hawkwind. The long-lived Texas group ST 37's crafted weirdness is full of blazing guitars and odd percussive sounds.



(RRRecords - RRR1000) LP $20.00

20 artists, each with 50 grooves: AMK, Aaron Dilloway, Thomas Dimuzio, Kevin Drumm, Carlos Giffoni, Incapacitants, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Jason Lescalleet, Francisco Lopez, Lasse Marhaug, The New Blockaders, Jerome Noetinger, Prurient, RLW, Damion Romero, Runzelstrin & Gurgelstock, Sudden Infant, Keith Fullerton Whitman, C. Spencer Yeh, Otomo Yoshihide. This is not to be confused with RRR500, the LP with 500 locked grooves from a few years ago. This is an all-new release with all new locked grooves. Individually hand-assembled covers.


America The Beautiful

(RRRecords) Used 2xCD $10.00

Mid-’90s tracks by Rougeux / Negativland, Barry Dalive, Mono Pause, AMK, Vampire Rodents, John Wiggins, Thomas Dimuzio, ST 37, Mandible Chatter, Idea Fire Company, Gregg Turkington, Chop Shop, Luxurious Bags, Grae.Com, Small Cruel Party, Hands To, TAC, Slughog, Randy Greif, Out Of Band Experience, Faxed Head, Lee Ranaldo, Neil Hamburger, Phil Milstein, Borbetomagus, Horse-Cow, Commode Minstrels In Bull Face, Goosewind, The Easy Goings, Philip Perkins, Blowhole, Shrilltower, Specula, Nisi Period, Nicolas Collins, The Haters, Crawling With Tarts, ConDemek, Scott Marshall & Mark Giangrande. With insert, sticker


Record Store Record

(RRRecords - RRRRSR) 2xLP $28.00

Location / environmental recordings made inside record stores -- the sound of regular everyday customers looking at records, talking about records, buying records, and of record store owners boxing up records for mail-order customers. Audio vérité, sound poetry and a touch of musique concrète (two tracks are processed / cut-up / collage; three are straight open-mic recordings). Participating record stores are Hospital (NYC), RRRecords (Lowell), Sarvilevyt (Lahti, Finland), Second Layer (London), and Weirdo (Cambridge). Includes record bag made of heavy-duty nylon with the RRR squiggle design silkscreened by Shogun Shop / Heartworm Press. Also includes a bonus platter selected at random from the back catalog of RRRecords; it's unrelated to the concept of the album, but we're listing it as a 2xLP for postage purposes. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2011.



(RRRecords - 500) LP $20.00

Five hundred locked grooves, one each by Punk Sheep On Drugs, ST 37, Moray Eels, Aube, Sian, Loop Circuit, Hyper Ventilation, Akifumi Nakajima, Toy Bizarre, Bruno Moreigne, Lichatz, Foom, Radboud Mens, Shifts, Goem, Captain Black, Quest, Mark Poysden, Basssix, L.O.S.D., TAW, Peter Fleur, Sub, Raum, Bruce Gilbert, Put Put, Barbed, :ZovietFrance:, Otomo Yoshihide, Cult Junk Cafe, Tone Motion, Lumbar Trio, Liminal, Aerospace Soundwise, TV Pow, Wheaton Research, Pencilneck, Thomas Deater, 00 Dying Rats, Tim Fletcher, Clive Graham, Sarah Winton, Mike Davies, Kymatik, Jeff Filla, Jgrzinich, Dan Plunkett, Brekekekexkoax (Koax), ERG, Zygote, Seth Nihil, MNortham, Astroglijd, Karen Finley, Pedestrian, Ward Eldredge, Asche, Morgenstern, Templegarden's, Synapscape, Telepherique, P·A·L, Noisex, Salt, Nimoy, DKF, Venoz TKS, MSCHarding, People Like Us, Mickery, The Wallypops The Teletubbies Penguin, Water, Breath, Ryoji Ikeda, Aardvark, Cerebro, Palimsest, Y-Bom, Static Insect, Neil Wiernik, Tocsin, Infant Cycle, Sleeping Basement Cat, Mind Skelp-cher, Gwaho, Band Of Pain, H.J. Irmler / S. Pittis, Intravene, Satori, Contrastate, Yukiko, Kazumoto Endo, Killer Bug, Sperm Donors Government Alpha, TBC, Klangkrieg, Felix Kubin, Reznicek, Raumpatrouille Gunter, AER, Wax Infant, The, Alvars Orkester, Frak, Ü, Pher, Villa Åbo, F4E G.H., F4E R.J., F4E V.C., F4E J.W., F4E M.D., F4E G.M., F4E C.M., F4E C.R., F4E A.B., F4E J.O., Doo-Dooettes, Foundation Boo, Monique Experience, Precambrian Three, Friends Of Leslie, Tom Recchion, Extended Organ, Ro-G, Marcus Peroud, Rotor Syndrom, Myiase, Batchas, Frank Dommert, Jan Werner, Nomarulp, Marcus Schmickler, L@N, DS Imitator, #/Tau, A-Musik, Peeled Hearts Paste, Jason Willet, Jad Fair + Jason W., Dramatics Jaunties Martha Colburn, Sinkdrop, Hurricane Camille, Luminar, Tom Dimuzio, Lord Jack Lord, Buzz Doggy Dog, Gench Master 2000, Cut Splice, Awashed, Light Matrix, Locked Out, Sensor, The Whales, Noise Camp, Little Princess, Princess Dragon-Mom, Control Panel, His Name Is Alive, The Crash, Science Fair, Bears, The, B.B.B.E., Voice Crack, Andy Guhl, Norbert Moslang, Sickness, Seelenlärm, Bill Orcuh, Chel Jones, Modern Surgery For Nurses, Grunt, Alchemy Of The 20th Century, Woundead, Yesmeansyes, Bearmann's Bastards, Noise Makers Fifes, Greg Jacobs, Tapes Of Wrath, The Peterson Mixes, Slusser, Duo Micro, First Lady Embalmers, Headless, Luna Rose Atlantis, Gen Ken, Con, La La Landia, Eater, Telecognac, Darren Brown, Impact Test, Deknow, More, Julien Bradley, Neil Campbell, Astatine, Cindy Wonderful, Crack Fierce, Fluorescent Grey, Birchville Cat Motel, Lugosi, Alkerthene, M.K. Uva, Hand Over Fist, S. Jack Silman, Lockweld, Deerhoof, Involution, Andy Bolus, Evil Moisture, Estupida Melodia, Acerrimamente, Makanakuna, Armenia, Ralph Nemec, Rick Reed, Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase, Django Reinhardt III, Commode Minstrals In BullFace, Nightstick, Ashtray Navigations, Mortician, Bongzilla, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, General Surgery, Human Remains, Exit-13, Brutal Truth, Today Is The Day, Incantation, Soilent Green, Embalmer, diSEMBOWELMENT, Solarus, Atrax Morgue, Lull, Bastard Noise, Namanax, Dissecting Table, Japanese Torture Comedy Hour, Emil Beaulieau, Pica, Abscess, Purge, Brighter Death Now, RZ, Sudden Infant, Bertoia, Terry Riley, Derek Bailey, Gary Todd, Red Krayola, Mike Kelley, Jon Appleton, Wende Bartley, Jean-Francois Denis, Martin Gotfrit, Don Lander, Philippe Le Goff, John Oswald, Stephane Roy, Claude Schryer, Alain Thibault, Roxanne Turcotte, Annette Vande Gorne, Id Battery, Brainape, Cutty Stool, Glock 2, Grampabampa, Krapkeep, Silica Gel, Schloss Tegal, Free Kitten, Adam Bohman, Morphogenesis, Dorothea Conradi, Werner Durand, DJ Pure, Rehberg + Bauer, Felix Yen, Artificial Memory Trace, Malta, Speed Wolf, Moses, Hapaxlegomena, Ceramic Hobs, Ambulance Chasers, Eric Lanzillotta, Candle Labra, Yes Means No, M.B.L., Heaven For Kasner, Psywarfare, Snakedick, Bloody Bombs, Velvet Front, DOG, Reality Challenged, Steve Davis, Lo Lo Muñoz, Gwen Party, Cacophony 33, Mr. Outsider, Expose Your Eyes, Project D.A.R.K., Speck, Brauncewell, Mark Wharton, M. Rafe, Spiral, Hemogoblin Moon, Pee Wee Russell III, Alessandro Moreschi, Orphx, Antiform, Para, Raimundas Eimontas, Ram_nas Jaras, Antanas Jasenka, Robertas Kundrotas, Irving Klaw Trio, Hochenkeit, Wham-O, Jeff Fuccillo, Kandalini Nivugretsevi, Coffee, Diz Willis, Nico, Chirone Rising, Sukora, Zohenshein, Terminal Waste Band, Demoon Skirt, Daylight Savings Time, Universal Indians, The Thin Ensemble, Glands Of External Secretion, Lowest Chakra, Being, Nambi-Pambient, Pee 69 Deflower, Pre-Evil, Trinket, Abe Sada, Hurdy Gurdy Cabana-Boy, Andy Shea, Marlo Pedroso, M. Jones / L. Rhodes, Hanged Mans Orgasm, Skin Crime, Fleur De Vie Weinstock, Those Meddling Kids, Melinda Read, Beatrix Gingham, Pat O'Neil, Shawn Smith, No Mustard Captain, Knut Remond, Tim Martin, Quarrelling Xenophobic Waitresses, Pumice, Dick AKA Dick, Laura Lee Hine, Andreas Kallwitz, Glen Peterson, Kelly Rappuchi, Thadd Comstock, B.E.A.N., Neil Hamburger, Jay Sullivan, Faxed Head, Gregg Turkington, United Negro College Fund, Pickle Factory, New Peculiars, Y Front, Karla Borecky, Mike Popovich, Brrr, Andrews Liver Salt, XX Committee, Hermaphrodites For Stucky, Diagram: A, Proof Of The Shooting, J. Brown, Jared Turinsky, Psychadelic Pig, Harm Jr., Horseback Solids, Lettuce Little, Steve Cerio, Roger Kummert, Lore Barges, Seymour Glass, Radiosonde, Zipper Spy, The Haters, Grromp Man, Ed Taylor, Suzanne Ramsey, Crawl Unit, AMK, The Original Artists, Granex Glue, Jordan Biren, Haploid, Torsten Z. Burns, Nux Vomica, A.T.M., Maiden Taiwan, Meeuw Muzak, Brian Smith, tENTATIVELY a cONVENIENCE, DJ T.A. Quinn, Karl Schontag, Head Of Maja, Chico Vega, Bob Jordan, Senritsubara, Y.I.M., Jason Lescalleet, The Todd Deal, Blue Moon, Ray Gaucher, Jr., Man Ray, Arterial Slash, Mike Minutoli, D. Bock / D.B. Cooper, Shrilltower, Remora, D. Gross / J. Chandonnet, Ene, Detune, Dave Perry, Coits, Andrew Szava-Kovats, Compound, Parade Of Sinners, Dominion, Data-Bank-A, SMP, Jason Bazinet, Matt Sharifi, Xiandi, Macronympha, Chop Shop, Lee Ranaldo, John Wiggins, Jerome Noetinger, RLW, Michael Prime, En Nihil, Alan Licht, Pain Jerk, Naj, Runzelstirn + Gurgelstock, Gruppe Schimpfluch, Thurston Moore, Smell + Quim, Masonna, MSBR, Omit, A Handful Of Dust, Bruce Russell, Knob, Steven Weigt, Toemass, Eating Canada, Moonjackals, Horsey Wallett, George L. Charpied, Roger Miller, Chivrouga, Crank Sturgeon, Portable ManBoy Lyceum, Joke Lanz, Sabin Zenz, Célest Urech, Howling Wolfenstein, Juneau, Giant Big Eggs, DJ Static, Naofumi Kaneko, Pete Rutigliano, Factory Of Noise, Stabat Mors, R.H.Y. Yau, Charlie Parker, Chris Bush, Cock E.S.P., The Muckrakers, Rexor, Zartan, and Sonic Youth


2:00 Matinee

(RRRecords) Used CD $3.00

Tracks recorded live at the shop in 1997 by Crank Sturgeon, Save Yourself, Jim Phelps Motherfucker, Lance Gargoyle, Foom, The Domains, Idea Fire Company, Commode Minstrels in Bullface, Quarreling Xenophobic Waitress, Jason Lescalleet


Entertainment Through Pain

(RRRecords) Used CD $15.00

Throbbing Gristle tribute comp with tracks by Skullflower, Merzbow, 7000 Dying Rats, Impact Text, Violent Onsen Geisha, Phlegm, Emil Beaulieau, Paul Lemos, Subtroochanteric Muta Ul Trag, Eper.Xr, Grae-com, Anchor Parents, Genital De Orange


New England

(RRRecords) 5xLP $40.00

2004 comp with tracks by Brutum Fulmen, Can’t, Skin Crime, Prurient, Immaculate, Grotesque, Karlheinz, Diagram-A, Mr. Brinkman, Human Filth, Sickness. Hand-painted cover. Sealed.



(RRRecords) Used LP $15.00

“Killer Middle-Eastern influenced modern spacerock” from 1990 says Chad Kelsey, “using flanged / wah’d / phased / delayed guitars, pounding drums, propelling bass, and crazy-ass oscillators.” Splattered vinyl