Lustmørd* ‎– Lustmørd

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Sterile Records ‎– SR3
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, White Label, White Sleeve
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Tracklist

Side Konflikt
A1 At Thee Mountains Of Madness
A2 Headplate
A3 Sibling
A4 Murderwreker
Side Kontrol
B1 Slabstone
B2 Arise
B3 Kredo / Nemo
B4 Beast Of Burden Beast Of Prey

Notes

Two LP pressings on Sterile:
• Limited edition of 500 copies with white sleeve comes with folded 297mm×210mm (DIN-A4) inlet, 2 postcards and a smaller card. [THIS VERSION]
• Second edition of 500 copies with grey sleeve.

Thanks to: Geff Rushton, Monte Cazazza, Reg Sailyne, Caroline K., Andy, Nigel, SPK, Glenn Michael Wallis, Robin Wood
"live in a konstant state of paranoia-therefore awareness"
"attakk dekay thee world today... kredo-nemo"

On the first side there are 3 tracks/sound bits not indicated on the release, none of which have any official names.
The first one, "The Valley of Death" is a nursery rhyme lasting 35 seconds and come right before the first track.
The second one is of a girl talking about having her kickers ripped off. This one lasts about 15 seconds and comes before track two.
The third one is the longest at about 1:30 mins and fades right into Murderwrecker. Its a sample from a [real?] US anti-communist film which is pretty funny to listen to.
All three of these samples were omitted from this CD release: Lustmord - A Document Of Early Acoustic & Tactical Experimentation
Oddly enough the CD contains one sound bite at the end of the last track that is not listed nor included on the original LP.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): SR-3: KONTROL DEATH TO TYRANTS PAG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): SR-3: KONFLIKT PAG

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Max16032

Max16032

May 25, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Lustmord's first excursion into industrial ambient music. Being an early release, it's actually quite experimental and not entirely focused in long, textured ambient landscapes like his later albums: Scary vocal samples, unortodox rhythms, field recordings and extensive sound manipulation. My pick of the bunch is "Slabstone", with its church bell samples, terrifying chanting voice and a deep rumbling ambient drone similar to the ones used by Maeror Tri or Zoviet France. In short, it's a great album, but if you're new to Lustmord, I wouldn't recommend starting here.
Knuckles

Knuckles

February 15, 2003

Came in two versions. Original had white background with 'scratch and sniff' label. Other version had a grey background.