Braindead Sound Machine ‎– Come Down From The Hills And Make My Baby

Wax Trax! Records ‎– WAXCD 7168
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1 I'm In Jail (Edit) 4:27
2 Dogvillasan (Version) 4:18
3 Walkin' After Midnight
Written-By – Alan Block, Don Hecht
4 The Ballad Of Hank Kimball's Daughter 1:58
5 This Is Nitro 5:49
6 Bouchér Amour 4:09
7 Sixty-Minute Zulu Man 4:08
8 Pai Gow Poker And Ginger Ale 4:21
9 Heads Will Roll 3:27
10 Bang Your Head 0:48
11 I'm In Jail (Cedar County Mix) 4:38
12 Dogvillasan (Metal Machine Mix) 11:56
13 Ballad Of H.K.D. Reprise 1:22
14 This Is Nitro (Outro) 0:26

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Inside front insert:
"we believed it then and i believe it now
this music is a manifestation of the rising tide of awareness on the planet this music contributes to a positive environment it feels good and it casts a comforting spell over everyone who hears it

Track 11, "I'm In Jail (Cedar County Mix)", is essentially a slightly extended, mostly instrumental dub version of track 1.
It is renamed "I'm In Jail (Version)" on the "I'm In Jail"/"Dogvillasan" single.
Track 12, "Dogvillasan (Metal Machine Mix)", is essentially an extremely extended, partially instrumental dub version of track 2.
It is renamed "Dogvillasan (Version)" on the "I'm In Jail"/"Dogvillasan" single.

The song "Dogvillasan" incorporates elements of the song "Godzilla" by Blue Öyster Cult.

Produced and mixed at the Nitronic Research Windtunnels, 1990-1991.

All songs Braindead Muzick 1991 except track 3 Acusf Rose Music, BMI.
℗ 1991 Wax Trax Records Inc.
Disc, back insert: Made in Canada.
Front insert: Printed in Canada.

Issued in a standard jewel case with front and rear insert, black disc tray.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN-13): 0017837716820
  • Barcode (Text): 0 1783771682 0
  • Matrix / Runout: FLE2<028>WAXCD7168 made by/fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA
  • Rights Society: BMI



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April 20, 2015

One of my favorite Wax Trax! releases. This was weird even by the record label's standards, which were weird indeed. Braindead Sound Machine ("BDSM", get it?) were a highly peculiar and explosive mix of industrial noise, country twang, apocalyptic disco and sort of cinematic Tex-Mex new wave grit. Honestly, it sounds like it should be a soundtrack to an '80s cult scifi film set in small town Texas. It sounds not entirely unlike if Wall Of Voodoo got noisier, grew obsessed with drag racing and started taking downers. Only...that doesn't do it justice, obviously. This band never got the recognition it deserved. If I were a film director, I'd use a handful of these songs in a soundtrack, they're very evocative of certain feelings. Anyway, you can likely pick this up very cheaply anywhere online. I recommend it.