Gism* ‎– Detestation

Label:
Dogma Records (3) ‎– DOG-1, City Rocker Records (2) ‎– none
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release
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Notes

The Spelling Mistakes In The Track Listing Are How They Appear On The Record Sleeve. This is a bootleg of the original album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): GISM-1-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GISM-1-B1

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOG-1 Gism* Detestation(12", MiniAlbum) Dogma Records (2) DOG-1 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
DOG-1, none Gism* Detestation(12", MiniAlbum, Unofficial) Dogma Records (3), City Rocker Records (2) DOG-1, none Unknown Sell This Version
none Gism* Detestation(LP, Unofficial) Dogma Records (3) none 1999 Sell This Version
DOG-1, none Gism* Detestation(12", MiniAlbum, Unofficial, Pur) Dogma Records (3), City Rocker Records (2) DOG-1, none Unknown Sell This Version
DOG-1, none Gism* Detestation(12", MiniAlbum, Unofficial, whi) Dogma Records (3), City Rocker Records (2) DOG-1, none Unknown Sell This Version

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Noisegrind

Noisegrind

October 15, 2013

Are any of the bootlegs a good bootleg thats faithful to the sound of the original LP?
genital-grinder

genital-grinder

February 22, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Actually, I haven't seen any "Dogma"-releases without the "City-Rocker"-Logo, yet.
I am highly interested in seeing a photo of the back-cover of the "original" pressing to see if it's also got the "City Rocker"-label imprint.
The ones without a "City Rocker"-Logo that I've seen so far are obvious bootlegs (for example by "GOMAD Records") that sometimes don't even try to make the impression of an original release.

As far as I know "Dogma" was a kind of sub-label of "City Rocker" (established for the more hardcore-orientated releases.)
Both Labels were run by a person called Miki Moriwaki and ended in 1990.
Nevertheless, the "Dogma/CityRocker"-Release is said to be a bootleg (look here: http://www.discogs.com/Gism-Detestation/release/2025868 ). Is there any clear proof for that?

It is also said, that only Matrix-Numbers "DOG-1A / DOG-1B with additional 1-A-2 on the A Side, and 1.. on the B Side" are "original" pressings (here: http://www.discogs.com/GISM-Detestation/release/1256324 ).
Well, I've seen slightly different Numbers like 1-A-3 and 1-A-4 on the "Dogma/City Rocker"-release, which doesn't necessarily mean that these are "bootlegs" - they could also be pressings from a later production run, and therefore legit, right?

Additionally, I'm not sure about the "heavier stock sleeve"... does anybody have a photo of what it should look like?

I think it's kind of strange, that no detailed photos of the "one-&-only-truly-original Dogma-only pressing with the right matrix numbers" can be found anywhere. Even here, it's just a pretty meaningless picture of the front-cover.

I'd highly appreciate any profound information and pictures anyone has to offer.