Genocide Organ ‎– Save Our Slaves

Tesco Organisation ‎– TESCO 004, Tesco Organisation ‎– TESCO 005
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
Box Set, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered

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Sara Patton Boyle Side
A Patria Y Libertad
Music By – Genocide OrganVocals – Wilhelm Herich
Bitch Side
B1 Death With Dignity
Music By – D.A.X., Wilhelm Herich
B2 Kill Useless Nations
Music By – Wilhelm HerichVocals – Roland Freisler
Discrimination Side
C Violent Coordinating Commitee
Music By – Doc M Riot*, Wilhelm Herich
Birmingham Side
D1 I Want James Meredith
Music By – D.A.X., Wilhelm Herich
D2 John Birch Society
Music By – Genocide OrganVocals – Roland Freisler


Limited to 350 numbered copies in total, 18* of these copies are housed in a steel/concrete/chain box and include a video and a t-shirt; this edition is numbered out of 30. The remaining copies [this entry] are housed in a hand-painted heavyweight cardboard box and numbered out of 320. A small number of these remaining copies had a printed eloxal metal plate on the front of the box instead of the photocopy. All copies include seven inserts (one for each song and listing titles/credits/etc.) and the box comes with a red banderole around it. The banderole is sealed on the front with a sticker reading "Genocide Organ :Save Our Slaves:", and on the back with one of two stickers, reading either "Save Our Christian America!" or "Let The Legend Live In The Grand Ole South!".

(*This was marketed an edition of 30, and these copies are numbered out of 30, but due to time and expense the edition ended after 18 copies. This information was gathered around the time of the release, although "Remember" lists the edition as being 20 copies)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TESCO 004, TESCO 005 Genocide Organ Save Our Slaves(12" + 7" + Box, Album, Ltd, Num, Met) Tesco Organisation, Tesco Organisation TESCO 004, TESCO 005 Germany 1991 Sell This Version


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July 13, 2015
Is there any plans to re-release Slave our Slaves and the ultra rare limited "Save Our Slaves: The Rise Of American Civilization" anytime soon?


June 7, 2010
Anyone have pictures of the Concrete Box set?


February 7, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This boxset is far more than a simple noise record, is a very controversial political manifesto. Genocide Organ are usually labelled as an extreme rightwing band because of their imagery and song titles. But, have a closer look at this and try for a moment to think in the most unbiased way possible. "Save Our Slaves - The Rise Of American Civilization" deals with racism, slavery, fascist golpes, imperialism, all the darkest and most horrible sides of the American history. Knowing that Genocide Organ are violently anti-American in their views, this record can hardly be regarded as a celebration of such dark sides. Therefore, if they damn the USA for slavery and fascist golpes, should we assume they are a rightwing band? As usual, when industrial music is concerned, there are no clear answers and the matter gets controversial.


December 27, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

Is this still music? Or already a lesson in history?
The brilliant artwork shows a sophisticated view on the "rise of american civilisation."
The record's highlight is the 10 minutes noise nightmare "Patria y Libertad", named after a fascist organisation active during the revolution in Chile 1973.
Only minus point: "John Birch Society" sounds a bit creepy and poor.