Isolrubin BK ‎– Crash Injury Trauma

Soleilmoon Recordings ‎– SOL 12 CD, Soleilmoon Recordings ‎– Sol 12 CD
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Compiled live with no overdubs, May-July 1992.
Digital Mastering at Scientific Electric, August 1992.

With thanks to:
B. Lustmord for continuous support and assistance.
M. Handelman for white knuckle California highway road testing.

Tracks 7 and 8 are listed as a single track on the back cover.

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 5390-77712-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 753907771220
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MFG BY CINRAM INC. #930102E SOL — 12CD

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March 15, 2018
An absolute favorite. The sounds used to create the music here are from the sources you'd expect given the titles, but it's far more compelling than could really be expected, far more interesting than most themed experiments.
Favorite track here is "Three Possible Points Of Impact That A Driver May Incur When Colliding With An Object At Speed", if you listen at volume the background trill flipping off the charts of your hearing will hit you every time as it disappears from your range of hearing...brilliant.


January 24, 2014
Simply put, this is one of the most disturbing recordings ever. I was once listening to it while driving in the rain with heavy traffic. The experience was quite unnerving.


January 26, 2008

This album has got to be one of the most sadistic directions in musical ambience. Its title allures to what you are about to set foot into. The seven tracks presented here consist of visionaries during and following a motor vehicle accident. The funeral beat traps its victims as well as the listeners into a void of crushed bones and blood. Such mind altering sounds as the jaws of life and realistic head on collisions ensue, capturing the minds attention. Brian Williams (Lustmord) and Andrew Lagowski become so sinister as to include a formula to calculate the mean force involved in an automobile crash. The warning boasts that this album may cause flashbacks to those who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident. The first track "Resistance of the human head to crash impact" is a long piece consisting of an auto reaching top speeds, just before exhausting its inevitable end, the fatal impact. A very intriguing and accurately detailed realm of bone crushing music. Its a shame the Isolrubin BK project ended after one collaboration.


February 23, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
Isolrubin BK is another short-lived solo project of mr. Lustmord/Williams. Here he's dealing with quite unpleasant subject of road accidents and their consequences. Basically, its all about sampled screams, metallic sounds, pulsating drones and track titles as reminders about what happens when a serious car crash happens. Pregnant ladies and people with weak heart need not apply.