M.B.* ‎– Neuro Habitat

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Tracklist

1 Mörder Unter Uns 23:26
2 Neuro Habitat 22:48
3 Plutoniumetrio 4:15

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Credits

  • Supervised By [Tape Re-mastering Supervised By]M.B.*

Notes

Re-release of EEs'T Records CD (1998). Limited edition of 500 copies.

Tracks 1 and 2 recorded in 1982 at Mectpyo Studio, Milano, Italy. Originally released in 1982 on LP.
Tape re-mastering: Elettroformati, Milano, 1998.
Track 3 taken from "Für Ilse Koch" compilation (Come Org.), London, England, 1982.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AB-40
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ZR01

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMB M.B.* Neuro Habitat(LP, Album, Ltd) Mectpyo Sounds MMB Italy 1982 Sell This Version
UMA 041 M. B.* Neuro Habitat(LP, Ltd, RE, RM) Urashima UMA 041 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
4MB004 M.B.* Neuro Habitat / Mörder Unter Uns(CD) EEs'T Records 4MB004 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
ROTOR0041 M.B.* Neuro Habitat(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM) Rotorelief ROTOR0041 France 2014 Sell This Version
none M.B.* Neuro Habitat(LP, Album, RE) Mectpyo Sounds none Italy Unknown Sell This Version

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grantcorp

grantcorp

August 16, 2009
On the backcover for this disc we find an amusing quote by Genesis P-Orridge reflecting on Maurizio's work back in 1982 as "boring, meaningless, pathetic". As the initiated and appreciative listeners that we are, we're probably supposed to shake our heads in disbelief and chuckle lightly as we delve deeper into Maurizio's noisy ambience of yore, living off the brooding soundscapes and echoing samples of gloom. Unfortunately, me being rather illiterate as far as Maurizio is concerned, I really do fail to see any qualities that would invalidate P-Orridge's statement. This is simply dull and forgettable, and the fact that it was first released some quarter of a century ago doesn't change this one bit. I really did like the intro of the opening track though, I thought I was going to experience some sort of haunting and crackling noisy audio-trip, but after three minutes the whole thing had degenerated into echoes, grinds and hums of a mostly forgettable nature.