Tapes 81-89

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 5xLP + 7-inch $175.00

2007 reissue of Untitled (Body 1981), Numbers (Body 1982), Figures (Body 1983), Live (Body 1984), Tracks (Body 1989), Is There An Exit? (Blitz 1981). Numbered edition, 380/600



(Vinyl on Demand) Used 3x10-inch $40.00

Synth / minimal-wave from the archives of Erick Moncollin. Includes "The Museum Sessions," "Éxhumation," "Rock Noire," tracks from "ADN La Catastrophe," and other rarities.



(Vinyl on Demand) 5xLP $125.00

With A4 insert. Each platter in its own outer printed and inner protective sleeve, all held together by a banderole. No seven-inch. Numbered edition 497/500


Evidences Vol. 1 - Final Industrial Music 1980

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD38) 5xLP $65.00

Deep, nihilistic, and depressive psycho-electronics / noise / drones by The Master. No Nazi speeches or samples. Includes Mectpyo / Blut 1 and Mectpyo / Blut 2, Atomique / Murder, Gene-P (a never-released Industrial Records album), and Nervo / Hydra, all officially unreleased material on vinyl. Limited edition, imported from Germany.


A Strange Functional System

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD104.3) 12-inch $20.00

Early minimal synth wave from Paul Nova and company. Alternate versions four tracks on the Bizarre Unit's 2xLP (“Hot Like a Lizard,” “Ladytron,” “Not Saying Anymore,” and “Reinstate Domination”) plus “Wave My Hands and Say Hello,” exclusive to this EP.



(Vinyl on Demand) Used 2xLP $70.00

Remastered reissue from 2006 of tracks from the album released by Schmockstajn in 1985, plus a side of outtakes and a side recorded live in Montreal 1985.


Absence of Canary v. 1.1

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD30) LP $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Reissue of the minimalist techno LP from the early ’80s by the Canadian duo of Brett Wickens (ex-Spoons) and Roger Humphreys, whose short instrumentals bridge together the longer tracks. Includes songs from an untitled seven-inch and eight unreleased tracks from 1981–83, originally recorded for a second album that never materialized.


Collection of Isolated Tracks 81-84

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD41) Used 2xLP $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

The ultimate compilation with rare, unreleased materials and demos of early work by French goth legends. #550/600


My Degeneration Electronics 1974-1983

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD130) 5xLP $115.00 (Out-of-stock)

Includes Fluence (Pôle 1975); Paralelo (Parasite 1980); Sentimientos (Dys 1982); Sequences Païennes (Parasite 1979); Ready-Made (Parasite 1980); “Irregular Organ / Musique Par Correspondance” from the Precis de Decomposition Bruitiste cassette comp (Parasite 1983); Bel Canto Orquestra en concert, Montpellier (Medamothi 1983), Bel Canto Orquestra en concert and Slow Musics (Eurock / Parasite 1981).


Songs from a Sewer of Dreams

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD47) 4xLP $94.50

Previously unreleased music from Controlled Bleeding’s very early days up through the present: a long lost Knees and Bones session; live recordings from CBGB supporting Suicide 1979; a 25-minute live piece from 1977 (sounds like John Cage/Penderecki); free jazz live improvisation with Borbetomagus; some new total noise.


Crash Course In Science

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD67) 3xLP + 7-inch $75.00 (Out-of-stock)

Legendary minimal synth / wave band from Philadelphia formed in 1979. Choosing toy instruments and live drums out of necessity, CCIS began by experimenting with a series of recording devices. The toy instruments gave way to crude drum machines and “Frankenstein"-type homemade instruments. Their first seven-inch (also included with bonus tracks) introduced listeners to their noisy, unpredictable world and went on to become a classic minimal synth record. In 1981 they went in a darker, more sinister direction, resulting in “Signals from Pier Thirteen” (included are eight unreleased demo tracks from this period). “Cardboard Lamb” and “Flying Turns” gained exposure through club play during the '80s. Two live recordings from 1980 and 1981 are also part of this box set, including a performance opening for the Philip Glass ensemble in Philadelphia. The third LP, Near Marineland, contains completed mixes of previously unreleased studio material (along with remixes) arranged and produced by John Wicks, CCIS’s original producer.


Press My Hungry Button

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD45) 2xLP $41.25 (Out-of-stock)

A selection of the best work by this English post-industrial/electro group spanning 1980 to 1983, who were included in "Wild Planet," Dave Henderson's overview in Sounds of approximately 150 artists, labels and significant influences associated with the UK and European cassette culture of the late '70s and early '80s. Includes remastered tracks from their three released cassette albums, Video Rideo, The Uncle of the Boot and Sinclair's Luck and from compilations, plus previously unreleased tracks, including pieces from two unfinished later period albums.


Christ & The Pale Queens / Mighty In Sorrow / The Red Face Of God / Emblems / As The World Disappears

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD75) 4xLP $150.00 (Out-of-stock)

The second of two wooden box sets, with embossed cover depicting a different blood-red C93. The is the first time As The World Disappears has been available on vinyl. Emblems only made it as far as test pressings, but has never been released on vinyl either. Includes a different metal badge, a different booklet (also with embossed cover, full of personal photos from David Tibet’s archives). Edition of 600.


Unreleased Rarities, Out-takes, Rehearsals and Live 82-95

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD74) 4xLP $150.00 (Out-of-stock)

Volume one of two wooden box sets, with embossed cover depicting blood-red C93 symbol. Two LPs of unreleased rarities, out-takes, rehearsals and demos dating from 1983-1995, plus two more with four live performances from Amsterdam (1984), Hamburg (1985) and Tokyo (1988). Includes silkscreened poster printed on paper hand-made in Nepal, metal badge, 28-page booklet with embossed cover, full of personal photos from David Tibet’s archives. Edition of 600.


Chronology (The Bain Total Years 77-85)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD71) 6xLP + 7-inch $125.00 (Out-of-stock)

Outstanding selection of tape releases by Die Form and its side projects (Eva-Johanna Reichstag, Fine Automatic, Krylon Hertz, Camera Obscura, DF Sadist School, Mental Code, and Hurt), all released between 1977 and 1985 on Philippe Fichot’s minimal / synth / EBM label Bain Total. Fichot and VOD focus this collection on material from the rarest tapes (BTK01 through BTK29). All tracks and visuals archives have been mastered and reproduced from the originals.


First Recordings 1978-1985 V1.2

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 5xLP + 7-inch $100.00

Includes: Organic (AQM / LAFMS, 1979); Creed (AQM, 1980); Kokka (AQM, 1982-3; Music You Finish (Pinakotheca, 1982); Supplement (AQM, 1983); Riot (AQM, 1984); Probe (Assemblée Générale 5, 1985); Move Forward (Pleasure Escape, 1984); Brutal Birthday Soundtrack (AQM, 1985); Phantom (AQM, 1985); Purge (Beast 666 Tapes, 1987); Early Cooperation Works (LAFMS, 1978-1979). Edition of 600


First Decade ’80-’89

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD46) 3xLP $125.00

Two platters containing tracks from the Diez Años double cassette (a collection of unreleased tracks from the '80s with some tracks off compilations). The third platter includes: "Avance Rapido" (from La Zona compilation) "Fungus Cerebri," (from Sinn und Form) "Raskin," "Maximo Rendimiento," "Primera Tundra," and "Trans Unmma," (all from Apocalyptic Vision's 80s Tracks anthology) and a superb live performance of 1987 from the Bruitiste boxset.


Tracks To Glow In The Dark (80-87)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD77) 2xCD $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD77) 2xLP $37.00 (Out-of-stock)

Experimental Products’ second double-album for VOD contains tracks from Glowing in the Dark (Short Circuit 1984), Experiment (Connection 1987), Terminal No.18 flexidisc (1984), plus more ultra-rare and unreleased minimal synth and dance classics, and a live-in-the-studio performance from 1985. Track Listing 1. Glowing in the Dark 2. Love Changes 3. Mannequin 4. Aviation 5. Burning Flame on Ice 6. Different Ones (practice, 1986) 7. S.O.S. (practice) 8. No Answers (practice) 9. Experiment! 10. Who is Kip Jones 11. Work that Beat 12. New Project (reversed) 13. S.O.S. (1985) 14. Experiment (demo) 15. My Own Way 16. Secret Rendezvouz 17. Strawberry March 18. Anaesthetic (live WXPN studio 1985) 19. Mannequin (WXPN) 20. Plattform (WXPN) 21. Glowing in the Dark (WXPN) 22. Modern Living (WXPN)


Prototype Plus Garage Tracks

(Vinyl on Demand - VODCD3) 2xCD $30.00 (Out-of-stock)

Tracks from the Philadelphia synth-pop duo’s Prototype LP (Short Circuit 1982), Garage Tracks from 1985 (including covers of John Cale and Eno), demos from 1982, live recordings from City Gardens 1983, and Tracks to Glow In The Dark subscriber-only seven-inch.


Early Recordings 77-83

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD42) LP $22.50

Viennese performance and video/music artists’ finest archival selections of their minimal / wave / classic Trust No Women LP style. All tracks previously unreleased on vinyl.


Vital 1983-1989

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD92) 3xLP $80.00 (Out-of-stock)

Jun Konagaya’s amazing, almost schizophrenic power-electronics project changes its mood and atmosphere in seconds -- from extreme harsh noise walls to Mansonesque folk songs. Includes tracks from Vital cassette, Amaterasu seven-inch (G.A. Propaganda 1985), Folk Music LP (Eskimo 1986), Message twelve-inch (Eskimo 1987) and assorted compilations. Edition of 400.


Zouroku no Kibyou

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 2xLP $50.00

(Alchemy) Used CD $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

Twentieth anniversary edition (remixed, re-mastered and reissued in 2002) of Hijokaidan’s first album (Unbalance 1982), recorded live during their heyday of highly confrontational, somewhat unnerving performances. “Their music,” notes Female Trouble, “has little driving rhythm [and] is extremely disconnected…. It was said that Hijokaidan originally set out to sound like Hawkwind performing at an airplane landing, which is really not too far off…. Although this [abrasively spacey and psychedelic] record may not be as noisy as their future releases, it certainly captures a sort of essence of raw violence….”
2xLP includes live bonus tracks from 1988 and 1994


Shadows Out of Time 1982-1983

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD78) 3xLP + 7-inch $90.00 (Out-of-stock)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Unreleased and formerly cassette-only dark ambient, noise, and power electronics. One LP is comprised of the Exhumed cassette (Datenverarbeitung 1983), direct-metal mastered from the original two-track mixes. The second LP is all unreleased material, highlights of which include recordings for the 1982 promotional cassette 23 Minutes Of Murder, and electro-disco-techno recordings used for intermission music at Hunting Lodge live shows in 1983. The final LP contains live material from At The Harrington Ballroom cassette (S/M Operations 1982), S/M Operations Live cassette (S/M Operations 1983), and the previously unreleased (not counting boots) Live At The Lodge, pressed direct from the original masters, representing the two-piece early noise-unit of Hunting Lodge in harrowing live intensity. On the seven-inch are a studio version of John Wright's “Stellazine Shuffle” and “Learn to Will II,” previously released on Beast 666 cassette compilation (Nekrophile Rekords 1983). Artwork by Thomas Nordstrom, previously seen on early Hunting Lodge stationery. Liner notes by Jeff "Central" Chenault, recording details, never-before-seen live photos of the band.


Flowmotion Years 1980-1982

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD69) Used 2xLP $25.00

This dark ambient / ritual project was formed by Glenn Michael Wallis in 1981/82 out of the ashes of Heute. In the late '70s and early '80s, he was heavily involved with Throbbing Gristle; between 1980 and 1982, Wallis recorded several tracks (one solo tape and several Konstruktivists tapes) which were released in limited editions on the legendary tape label Flowmotion. Almost two hours of early works are compiled here, including his full solo work (also released as Konstruktivists Vol. 1) as well as tracks from Vol. 2, and other tracks released between 1980 and 1982.


Gesamtkunstwerk Dokument 81-85

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD84) 5xLP $125.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING IN MAY. Early recordings and live documents from Laibach's early years as a provocative performance-music-and-multimedia group. Leather-bound box set in a cross-like holder for the five platters. Includes poster, ten postcards, and booklet of texts compiled and edited by Alexei Monroe.


When The Night Is Cruel (1979-1988)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD76) 2xLP $37.00 (Out-of-stock)

A mix of rarities, never-before-on-vinyl, unheard and previously unreleased material, and classics that have been out of print for almost thirty years. Gatefold jacket, rare photographs, liner notes. Edition of 600. Track listing: 1. Love is So Aggravating (out of print) 2. Exit (long version / previously unreleased) 3. Madman’s Song (demo / previously unreleased) 4. Allure (live / never released on vinyl / out of print) 5. The Fall (never released on vinyl / out of print) 6. Petit Duet (with Martin Bowes / never released on vinyl / out of print) 7. Age Old Fashion (never released on vinyl) 8. I Want You (never released on vinyl) 9. Pleasure Heist (original / vinyl out of print) 10. The Lights of March (never released on vinyl) 11. The Poison for Me (never released on vinyl) 12. 3rd Party (never released on vinyl) 13. Quest (never released on vinyl) 14. Who’s Really Listening? (vinyl out of print) 15. Graveyard 2 (vinyl out of print) 16. White Glove (vinyl out of print) 17. On the Wings of Sorrow (demo / previously unreleased) 18. Sojourn (live with the Klinik / previously unreleased on vinyl) 19. Cartel Danse (1985 Remix) (previously unreleased) 20. Boule (Viens Ici) (Ptose cover / vinyl out of print) 21. All of My Dreams (never released on vinyl) 22. When the Night is Cruel (demo / previously unreleased) 23. Sojourn (vinyl out of print) 24. Sliver Mourning (demo / previously unreleased) 25. The Reflection (never released on vinyl / out of print) 26. I Want You (1985 Remix / previously unreleased) 27. Pushing And Pulling (vinyl out of print) 28. Mind Disease (demo / previously unreleased) 29. Il Pluet A Bruxelles (never released on vinyl)


Early Recordings

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD48) 5xLP $125.00

Tape recordings from 1980-82 including Kleine Krieg (originally packaged with a model kit of a tank or an aeroplane, intended to be assembled while listening to the music), Chemical Playschool Vols. 1 and 2 (the original cassette edition of which had 24 copies), outtakes, and Live in Cologne 1983.


Miscellany Deluxe

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD61) 2xLP $20.00

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD61) 3xLP $100.00

This comprehensive, Liles-collected anthology includes as much variety and previously unreleased material as possible, with earliest recordings dating from 1984. “Find a New Husband” was made on his father’s cheap Amstrad tape-to-tape system (which ceased working properly shortly thereafter), the product of many hours of rewinding and re-playing and re-recording, and the beginning of Liles’s fascination with and addiction to tape manipulation, sound effects and recording techniques. Many of his early experiments and their accidental consequences are included in this collection, along with selections from two cassettes originally self-released under the name Lividity, given away to friends and sent as demos to assorted labels. 3xLP includes T-shirt.


Lowest Music & Arts 1980-83

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD108) 10xLP $225.00 (Out-of-stock)

COMING IN OCTOBER. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. This week’s comprehensive anthology of the Godfather of Noise collects early works selected and mastered by Masami Akita. It seems little needs to be said about Merzbow at this point, but even as early as 1985, Lightworks described it, “Imagine being surrounded in hot, molten electronic / industrial noise.... [H]arsh edges giving way to a deep bass deluge of sound. It pours out and into you.... This music could be how you feel three seconds into a Space Shuttle lift-off. Surging, intense, at the outer limits of control, and lack thereof.” Most of the audio material here was released in small editions on Akita’s Lowest Music and Arts tape label, the predecessor to his more well known ZSF imprint. LP1: Hyper Music 2, a previously unreleased recording from 1980. LP2: the second side of Metal Acoustic Music, originally released 1981/82 (first side was on Merzbox). LP3 and LP4: Merz Collection 007 and Tridal Production, both from 1981, containing studio and live sessions, and raw-material (excerpted on Merzbox). LP5 and LP6: the complete Mechanization Takes Command 1 & 2, originally released as c90 in early 1982 (excerpted on Merzbox); LP7 and LP8: Solonoise 1 & 2 (the former is on Merzbox; the latter is in its original and complete form). LP9 and LP10: Yahatahachiman and Escape Mask, two recordings from 1983 that represent an almost hidden side of Merzbow – walls of psychedelic, atonal guitar-noise in combination with the technoid-sounding drum-machine. Black varnished and silkscreened wooden box.


Postcards 1981-86

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD106) 2xLP $45.00

New York City’s king of ingenious DIY electronics has long been driven by curiosity for the off-beat and an irresistible enthusiasm for sound experimentation and process-oriented performance. Montgomery’s early ’80s multi-channel sound works were often performed in total darkness. His music is dense, full of polyrhythms and counter harmonies, layered with controlled yet randomly pulsing, bleeping synthesizers and drum boxes – though he began with electronic toys, cheap synthesizers, household gadgetry, and electric machines (including ice crusher, aquarium pump, refrigerator, shoe shine machine, hand massager, and laminator). The twenty-two tracks on the first platter are compiled from the casettes Gen Ken & Equipment (1981), Collaborations (1982), and Kalkreuth Keks (1986), rounded out by several more tracks recorded live under the name KMZ with Michael Zodorozny of Crash Course in Science. The second platter delivers nineteen tracks, sourced from songs from Beatmusik (Sound Of Pig, 1988) and Room to Roam (Out Of The Blue 1984), plus three previously unreleased tracks from the same period, and other KMZ collaborations.


Coup d’Etat

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 10-inch $70.00

1996 reissue of all six tracks from Permis De Construire’s 1987 LP. Sealed


Naughtiest Girl Was a Monitor

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD43) LP $22.50 (Out-of-stock)

The first three seven-inches plus six previously unreleased tracks by this early ’80s Sheffield, England new wave band.


Viva Negativa Volume I

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD24) 4xLP $30.00

This massive tribute to England’s lords of scrape The New Blockaders includes collaborations with and reworkings by Oren Ambarchi, Anomali, Ashtray Navigations, Emil Beaulieau, Benzo, Maurizio Bianchi, Cisfinitum, Controlled Bleeding, Dieter Muh, Evil Moisture, Freiband, Grunt, The Haters, Jason Kahn, Zbigniew Karkowski, Komafuzz, Kraang, Lockweld, Massimo, Daniel Menche, Thurston Moore, MSBR, Nocturnal Emissions, KK Null, Pita, Plethora, Prurient, Richard Ramirez, Scanner, Silvum, srmeixner, Asmus Tietchens, Treriksroset, Vortex Campaign, V/Vm, Keith Fullerton Whitman, John Wiese, Nobuo Yamada, Z’EV. Hand-numbered box sets.


Viva Negativa Volume II

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD25) 4xLP $30.00

The balance of the tribute to England’s lords of scrape The New Blockaders includes collaborations with and reworkings by AMK, Art Break, Aube, Bloxus, Alexei Borisov, Broken Penis Orchestra, Cheapmachines, Courtis, Das Synthetische Mischgewebe, Aaron Dilloway, Embudagonn 108, Eshak, Government Alpha, Idea Fire Company, Incapacitants, Lasse Marhaug, Merzbow, Kiyoshi Mizutani, mnortham, Jim O’Rourke, Dave Phillips, Plexia, Putrefier, Christian Renou, RLW, Damion Romero, Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock, Spiracle, Sudden Infant, Giancarlo Toniutti, Brendan Walls, Withdrawal Method, Wolf Eyes, Achim Wollscheid, Violent Onsen Geisha. Hand-numbered box sets.


Geburt des Dionysos Christos

(Vinyl on Demand) 3xLP $150.00 (Out-of-stock)

Excellent minimal and drone recordings from 1986 performed on the Brucknerorgel Linz and the organ at Nitsch's private castle in Prinzendorf. First 150 copies (plus all the subscription copies) include a DVD of the famous concert. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2008


Lest We Forget

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD56) 4xLP + 7-inch $100.00

Some of the earliest recordings by the group founded by bothers Nigel and Daniel Ayers with Caroline K in 1980, previously available on cassettes, as well as tracks recorded under their earlier name, The Pump. This document can be considered an audio sketchbook, filled with raw, unfinished works in progress and live performances by the trio (which mutated over the years and continued into the 21st century as Nigel Ayers’s solo project). It covers a wide range of musical styles by a group committed to radical experimentation in both form and content. The previously unreleased tracks from the early ’80s sound contemporary and fresh.


Message From The Dead

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD64) 2xLP + DVD $60.00 (Out-of-stock)

Unreleased demos, rehearsals, live and unreleased tracks by French cold wave / goth legends, founded in 1981 by Usher and Chelsea. In 1984 they formed the CPM label (which released an EP of so-called “psychoanalytic rock” called Psychic Altercation, and also developed a philosophy which centralized different activities of the group (photography and graphics, literature, video, dance, etc.). LP1: Frustration / Welcome to CPM / XMas 2 / Crazy (first recording ever) / Skandinavian Erotica (rehearsal) / Memories (rehearsal) / Glance for your eyes (Live April 30,1983) / Mental (outtake 1984 church and voice) / Belinda's dead friends (outtake 1988) / Power of Spirit (demo 1987) / Dead in the Bed (demo 1987) / Shiny (Venus in Furs) LP2: Forever Gone (1999) / Chinese Puzzle / Fly Away Song (demo) / Memory Train (rehearsal) / Obsession / The Cellar (unreleased 1990) / The Murder (unreleased 1990) / TV Domination (unreleased demo 1988) / Love Song / L'age D'or (rehearsal) DVD: Video Live at Atheneum 87 Immaculate / 1964 Shadows / Hell Night / Romance / T-Vision / Bitchy Boy / TV Friends / Died In The Bedroom / We Shall Win / Disconnected


Flawed Existence

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD66) 4xLP + 10-inch $200.00

Almost five hours of sheer insanity produced from 1982 to 1985 by the ingenious music-alchemist Steven Stapleton. Two hours of material from 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. Flocked outer box. With T-shirt and embossed poster. Does not include five-inch. Numbered edition 331/600


Ambiguism (1983-87)

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD72) 4xLP + 7-inch + DVD $100.00

Between 1983 and 1987, this UK ambient group, formed in 1982 by Tim Horberry, Roger Horberry, Clare Elliott and Andrew Hulme, released two vinyl albums -- Scene in Mirage (A-Mission, 1984) and Into Dark Water (Final Image, 1987) -- and recorded numerous soundtracks, experimental projects and solo works. This retrospective document of the era tells the definitive story of the emergence and development of the group’s sound. Includes their first two albums with bonus tracks, two additional full-length LPs of unreleased material, and a seven-inch single of their first-ever recordings. The DVD features excepts from their Scenes in Mirage and Peripheral Vision videos. With large poster and detailed listening notes. More than fifty tracks, around half of which have never been released in any form.



(Vinyl on Demand - VOD55) 3xLP $100.00

Rare tape treasures from the archives of French darkwave master Franck Lopez, including tracks from cassettes home-duplicated in editions of between 100 and 300 copies: Autres Appels (1985); Eternelle Tourmente (1986); OMS / Modern Art (1987); Je regarde la Pluie (1987); and Regret qui s'écaille (1987). Originally recorded on two-track reel tape, these are the seeds of songs that were later rearranged or re-recorded. Also contains some demo versions of never-released songs. Includes t-shirt size XL


Saison 1979-82 - 30 years after; when the size was Polyphonic

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD63) 4xLP + 10-inch $120.00

Singles, maxi-singles, the debut LP (produced by The Stranglers' JJ Burnel), B-sides, rare tracks, alternate versions, demos, and unreleased material selected from Roger-Marc Vande Voorde's archives. LP1: Algorhythmic / Pragmatic Songs / Nagasaki Mon Amour / Mother's Little Helper / B9 Saison / Space Rejection / Mode / Plage Privée / Logique Polygonale / Ommatidia / Party / Travelling Things / Nagasaki Mon Amour / Hiroshima 1945 / Kyoto (version) / RDA-RFA / Kyoto LP2: Live For Each Moment / Vivre Pour Chaque Instant Zas / Rendez-vous / Winston & Julia / King Of Hong Kong / NBC Gmbh / Action Man / Night Is Coming On / Le Temps Du Swing / Je T'ai Toujours Aimée. LP3: P.S. / Winston & Julia / Outtakes / Demos / Unreleased Instrumentals Mother's Little Helper / Girlscout / Men & Construction / On The Way To Medora / Saison / Winston & Julia (Remix) / Parties Dance / ZAS 1 / Mode (instrumental version) / Medora / Saison (rehearsal with vocals by Bernard Dradin) / Rendez-Vous (rehearsal) / Electronic 14-7 / Me Or You / Citizen Of Science / Electronic 65-4. LP4 : Outtakes / Demos / Unreleased / Instrumentals Saison / Electronic 69-7 / Asakusa Dub / Electronic 15-5 / Her Toys dub / Girlscout (rehearsal with vocals by Bernard Dradin) / Space Rejection / Space Rejection (rehearsal with vocals by Bernard Dradin) / ZAS 3 (demo) / ZAS 4 (studio rehearsal) / PS intro / Kyoto / Nagasaki (instrumental) / Nagasaki (rehearsal) / Night is Coming On (demo) / Electronic 65-6 / RDA-RFA 2 (rehearsal) / Electronic 14-12 / Mother's Little Helper (alternate version).


Complete Works 80-83

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD73) 7xLP + DVD $150.00 (Out-of-stock)

Contains official and unreleased material by the godfathers of electronic body music, hard rhythmic electronics, and minimal synth. Includes: Gaining Momentum (Por Con 1981); Dining on the Fresh; (Por Con 1981); Private Illusions No. 1 (Por Con 1981); Private Illusions No. 2 (Por Con 1982); Video Soundtrack (Por Con 1982); Progress Report; With Mixed Emotion (In Phaze 1982); Surface and Be Seen (In Phaze 1982); I Staggered Mentally (In Phaze 1982); “A-Mag” and “Shot in the Belly” (Third Mind 1983); the highly sought-after Assault (For All and None 1986); obscure and unreleased tracks (including demos and alternate versions) from Portion Control’s archives; and compilation tracks. With 60-page book of memorabilia and photos from the era, a DVD with self-made videos from the V-Mag archive, all from 1981–83, and T-shirt. Edition of 600.


A Skeleton / Cupboard Situation

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD35) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

Early ’80s tape-only rarities by the founder of one of the earliest cassette labels in the UK (ICR), a key figure in the production of work by Nurse With Wound, Current 93 and Organum. Tracks from Angst in My Pants, The Scythe, We Couldn't Agree on a Title, The Ghost Office, The Where House?, and Insane Music For Insane People. Numbered edition of 500.


Early Recordings 1979-83

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD34) 2xLP $28.50 (Out-of-stock)

Thirty-three minimalist tunes by “The French Residents,” so-called for their unbelievable, warped melodies and textures. First time on vinyl.


Ghosts From A Machine 1989-1994

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD81) 3xLP $80.00 (Out-of-stock)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. The ethno-ambient solo project of Zoviet France co-founder Robin Storey reflects his fascination with the minimalistic but rhythmic music of West Africa and India. Storey uses the musical construction techniques of loops and rhythmic repetition as a platform for inducing a sort of trance-like reception. The tracks are taken directly from the multiple original four-track cassettes, played on non-synchronized machines. Some of the material found its way onto released albums, some of it is sub-mixes and parts of mixes, while other elements were never used in any released material. This is an opportunity for re-discovery of compositions that have been hidden until now.


Cold War Night Life 1981-1984

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD124) 5xLP $115.00

Early works by these Canadian new-wavers. Includes: Cold War Night Life LP (Yul 1982); singles and EP tracks previously released on Yul Records; demos, obscurities, rarities; live tracks from Winnipeg 1983, and a selection of tracks from the Capitol years.


Adenoids 1977-1985

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD49) 5xLP $150.00

The Australian group’s earliest material from the Terse releases Earbitten, Clean, Blubberknife, Tom Ellard’s solo albums 80s Cheesecake and Side 3, and various other tracks from the early to mid-80s. Their use of tape loops, noisy arrangements of synthesizers, and other dissonant sound sources, puts their early work in the general category of industrial music.



(Vinyl on Demand - VOD79) 4xLP + 7-inch $70.00

Material from the first six years of Sleep Chamber, compiled by Brad Miller and Frank Maier. On the first platter and the seven-inch are pure and strong minimal synth tunes from early cassettes Ze Wizz Kidz, Dream Distillate (Inner-X-Musick 1983), and Music for Mannequins (Inner-X-Musick 1984). Platters two and three reveal previously unreleased recordings from 1982 to ’87 that range from minimal to the typical Sleep Chamber sound of the era, along with alternative versions, demos and unreleased tracks from the Admit to Desire period. Platter number four is an unreleased LP called Seremony, recorded in the beginning of the Satanic Sanction sessions (1985-86).


I Am Not Artist 1973-1988

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD70) 6xLP + DVD $125.00 (Out-of-stock)

This astonishing set compiles most of Smegma’s long out-of-print and impossible-to-find vinyl releases on the LAFMS, Trap, Dom and Selektion labels, and, of course, their own Pigface Records. The box includes their first three seven inches (Disco Diarrhea, Flashcards, and Pigface Chant), their LPs Pigs for Lepers and Glamour Girl 1941, and their Spontaneaous Sound 1973-82 2xCS. Smegma started collectively by Ju Suk Reet Meate, Cheese it Ritz, Chucko Fats, Dennis Duck, Amazon Bambi and Cheesebro, and continued to lure in a steady stream of avant / free / improv lunos for three-and-a-half decades to come. The least likely folk / primitive / avant band in Pasadena, California, survived Portland, Oregon’s punk rock revitalization and first meltdown, and are today a serious force in weird music. The DVD reissues the 10 Years Wasted videotape from 1983, Mike Lastra’s Smegma The First 10 Years, and two bonus performances from 1978 and 1980.


Dokument III0 1979-1983

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD50) 6xLP + 3x7-inch $225.00 (Out-of-stock)

Includes tracks from the first five years of the existence of the band released on the cassettes Wars of Islam (Hard TV 1982), From Science to Ritual (Primavera 1983), At The Crypt (Iphar 1983), and Last Attempt at Paradise (Fresh Sounds 1982), along with live recordings from their first concert in Sydney 1979, the Heaven concert in 1980, the Brickwerkz concert in 1982, the SO36 concert in Berlin, and a few more live documents. Packaged in a wooden box with a 36-page booklet and T-shirt.


Supplementary Benefit

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD44) Used LP $30.00

Side one consists of full length versions of the first two Storm Bugs’ now infamous post-punk DIY singles (the five-track Table Matters EP (1980) and Metamorphose (1981)). With their use of scratched vinyl, disemboweled radios and home made electronics, these tracks have appeared on compilations before, but this is the first time they are presented in their entirety. The tracks on side two were made exclusively with the VCS3 synthesizer; these complex feedback loops and unexpected modulations (“Hodge,” “Slip Slap” and “Hiemal (And She Blew)” are all taken from original Snatch Tapes cassette releases. This is the first time most have appeared on vinyl.



(Vinyl on Demand - VOD107) 5xLP $150.00

Sixty-three-track anthology of minimal synth works by Albert Klein And Antonios Stratis, and 96 Eyes (Klein with Philip Tesch) -- containing everything from their self-released cassettes Exotic (1982), New Face (Integrated Circuit, 1983), Mùsica Da Ballo (Creative Tapes, 1984), Film Musik (Creative Tapes, 1984), and Raging Beauty (Creative Tapes, 1984), plus tracks from compilations released by Bain Total, X Tract, Mystery Hearsay, Oscar Smits, Noel, etc., and some previously unreleased tracks. The range of styles is satisfyingly wide: the NDW of “Die Kur;” the robotic synth pop of “Herzlos” and “She’s Dancing;” and sci-fi-ish, future-obsession of “Technotown,” “Foggy Weather,” “Deine Tränen,” or “Nightfly,” which flirt with traditional progressive German electronic music from the Tangerine Dream school as well as Chris + Cosey or Yello.


Works 1977-1979

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD91) 4xLP + 10-inch $115.00 (Out-of-stock)

Includes Tazartès’ Transports LP (Cobalt 1980), Diasporas LP (Cobalt 1979, Dais 2011), Tazartes LP (Ayaa 1987) , Une Éclipse Totale De Soleil LP (Celluloid 1984), and Quelque Part Quelqu’un ten-inch (recorded 1978, previously unreleased). Edition of 600.



(Vinyl on Demand) Used 5xLP + 7-inch $85.00

Collection of tracks previously released on cassette in limited editions: Musik aus der Grauzone (Yorkhouse Records, 1981 / Auricle Music 1987); Musik im Schatten (Aeon, 1982 / Auricle Music 1988); Musik and der Grenze (Yorkhouse Records, 1982 / Auricle Music, 1987); and Musik unter Tage (Aeon, 1983). Plus two tracks on the Musik hinter Glas seven-inch (previously unreleased, from 1976). With info book. White vinyl. Numbered edition of 600


Early Tapes Period

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD68) 3xLP + 10-inch $95.00

Three early works -- Wechselwirkung, Metánárkôsis, Das Todesantlitz (experiments with early electronics, found objects, rough percussion and noise) -- all previously released by Toniutti on cassette in 1982-83 in limited editions. Also includes a 10-inch with previously unreleased tracks from 1981-84. Booklet includes an essay about the history of the period, notes and data.


Welten - Worlds - Ohontsa'shón:'a Morphologische Modemusik

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD19) LP $20.00 (Out-of-stock)

In 1984, Die Tödliche Doris composed the music for a fashion show in the Deplane Kunsthalle, Berlin, consisting of 24 audio tapes recorded and played with different defective tape recorders and accompanied of the band Gerry-Belz-Showband (three elderly men selected from a Berlin employment office, whose repertoire includes perennials of showbiz and light music).


Black Dwarf Wreckording 1983-85

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD114) 4xLP $110.00 (Out-of-stock)

The “alchemistic” mix of elements of Un-Kommuniti, paired with heavy power-electronics and noise soundwalls, embraces the ultimate psychedelic journey. Fans of Stereolab will recognize that band’s roots here, as it was run by Tim Gane with support from Joe Manning, Vince Adams, Dave Smit and Pete Levy. They were active from 1983 until 1987 with releases on Freedom in a Vaccum, Broken Flag, Selbstmord Organization, Cause for Concern, Sound of Pig, and Statutory Tapes. All tracks here are previously self-released, sourced from Black Dwarf (Black Dwarf 1983), Doktrine (1983), Overliberate / Live In the Shithouse (Black Dwarf 1984), The Prime Advantage (Black Dwarf 1984), Anarchist Bingo Hall / Soundtracks (Black Dwarf 1984), Sense of Unmaking (Black Dwarf 1985), Dhol Chants (Black Dwarf 1985), Ex-Oblivione (Black Dwarf 1985), the compilations Faith Will Never Die (Black Dwarf 1983) and Crusade (Black Dwarf 1985).


The Insane Box

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 4xLP + 7-inch $85.00

1980s cassette culture classics, obscurities and unreleased material from Alain Neffe’s I Scream, Bene Gesserit, Subject, Human Flesh and Pseudo Code. Two-track EP includes newly recorded, mixed and produced songs by Bene Gesserit. No T-shirt.


Broken Flag: A Retrospective 1982-1985

(Vinyl on Demand - VODCD5) 5xCD $80.00

(Vinyl on Demand - VODCD5) 5xLP $160.00

Tracks by Giancarlo Toniutti, Maurizio Bianchi (extracts from S.F.A.G.), Mauthausen Orchestra (extract from Conflict), Le Syndicat (extracts from Rectal Struggle and BF45), Controlled Bleeding (extracts from Distress Signals), Un-Kommuniti (extracts from Mindretch), Ramleh (extracts from early tapes), Male Rape Group (On To 83), Kleistwahr (extracts from Myth and Arsonicide), Sutcliffe Jugend, Falx Cerebri, Toll, Consumer Electronics, Vortex Campaign, and The New Blockaders. Forty-page booklet with liner notes by Gary Mundy. Edition of 500.


Club Moral 1981-1986

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD93) 5xLP + DVD $115.00 (Out-of-stock)

Selections from Club Moral’s Mit Neuen Waffen cassette (Club Moral 1983), To All Who Are Interested LP (Cthulhu 1989), and assorted compilation tracks; selections from DDV’s A Sound Atlas of Venerology LP (Club Moral 1982), Zeno X cassette (Club Moral 1982), and 4 Sept cassette (Etat Brut / Club Moral 1982); the complete Géometrie d’un Assassinat cassette by Etat Brut (Etat Brut 1982); selections from The Parts’ GBC015 cassette (Gezonde Boerse Copulaties 1984); AMVK’s previously unreleased “Soft Chaos”; and selected live and super-8 film soundtracks. Includes twenty-page book of extensive liner notes, credits, discography, photos. Edition of 600.


Testament of Tape 1984-1986

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD65) 3xLP $70.00 (Out-of-stock)

VidnaObmana in its most experimental phase during the obscure tape period, searching for a musical voice. Dirk Serries (sound artist best known for his Fear Falls Burning releases) moves through utterly relentless noise to rhythmic industrial outbursts. Features unreleased and rare tracks from a personal friend's private collection (music that was recorded exclusively for him) as well as songs from early cassette releases. LP number one combines beat-oriented material a la early Blackhouse or even Esplendor Geometrico. LP numbers two and three lay the groundwork for his later works.


Anthology One 1989-1991

(Vinyl on Demand - VOD80) 2xLP $45.00 (Out-of-stock)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Tracks from the first three cassettes -- Isolation (Cyclotron Industries 1990), Voice of Eye (Cyclotron Industries 1991) and Resonant Fields / Hot Gypsy Fink Hell (Cyclotron Industries 1992) -- by the godfathers of ambient-ritual music. Their "organic sound sculpting," a form of electronic ethnic ambient music, relies mainly on electronic drones and manipulated instruments, some of which are home-made, all improvised.


Tapes 1977–1983

(Vinyl on Demand) Used 6xLP + DVD $150.00

The Hurtado brothers’ sound works are constructed through the manipulation of natural sounds, varying the velocity and intensity of the recordings, and the cutting and splicing of tape. The early brutal collages here investigate nuances of sounds that at times verge upon silence. Etant Donnés’ total audio expression uses belches and punches, with attention concentrated on the symphonic, cacophonic organization of disorganized found sounds. All material is previously released on cassette: La Vue (Bain Total 1981), l’Opposition Et Les Cases Conjuguées Sont Réconciliées (Bain Total 1981), l’Etoile Au Front (Bain Total 1982), Ceux Qu'on Aime - Ce Que Je Hais (Bain Total 1983), Cinq Portes Soudees, Les Cents Jours Clairs (Bain Total 1984). DVD collects live performances from the last three decades. Numbered edition #294/600