The Horrorist ‎– One Night In N.Y.C.

This master release only includes the 1996 EP and its repressings, not the later released (maxi) single of the same-titled track.


This Side
One Night In NYC 4:14
Mission Extacy 7:26
The Real World 4:12
Logo Side
Flesh Is The Fever 5:48
Crackers 5:20
Wet & Shiny 5:38


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October 28, 2017
referencing One Night In N.Y.C., 12", TTC-002

One Night In N.Y.C. is Oliver's calling card, a classic stamp of his sound.

Such dark story telling, yet still compelling.

Like Soft Cell on brown acid.


February 16, 2017
edited about 1 month ago
referencing One Night In N.Y.C., 12", TTC-002

Please Note: Don't get confused with all the cleaned and re-edit Versions of "One Night in NYC"
This Version on the Orginal Release is the one and only with the real roughness what is missed in any other Versions !


August 13, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing One Night In N.Y.C., 12", RP, TTC-002
My copy says "1997-2000", not "1997-1999 is that the same pressing as this one? the sleeve sticker is the same.


October 28, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
referencing One Night In N.Y.C., 12", TTC-002
'Wet And Shiny' is one of the more brilliant and unique records I own.
I should mention it was written by Oliver in 1989 if I'm not mistaken.
It's not quite EBM or Industrial. The vibrato on the vox/vocoder is perfection.
Coupled with raw breaks/edits. The lyrics are 'illuminated'.
Well before the rest of the material that appears on this E.P.


February 21, 2005
edited over 3 years ago
referencing One Night In N.Y.C., 12", TTC-002

The ruff, original versions "One Night In NYC" and "Mission Ecstacy" featured here are two of the creepiest tunes i know. Sick club-kid tales made real, that could could easily have been the soundtrack to Michael Alig's "disco bloodbath" vs some degenerate Beavis & Butt-Head adventures...A monstruous and dangerous record, hitting the soul in its dark corners somewhere between freakish underground theatre, nasty chemically enhanced white trash techno and classic US degenerate teen horror entertainment. Definitely unique!