Maeror Tri ‎– Multiple Personality Disorder

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Korm Plastics ‎– kip-001
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1 Intro 0:34
2 The Administrator
Featuring [Participation] – Jan-Hendrik*
10:26
3 The Anaesthetizer 14:26
4 The Revenger 12:15
5 The Protector 11:49

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Credits

  • Performer [All Material], Sounds [Sound-sources By]Maeror Tri

Notes

First CD release by Maeror Tri.

All recordings made January to July of 1991. Special thanks to Jan-Hendrik for his participation in 'The Administrator'.
We also wish to thank all the people who supported us and showed interest in our work.

Released in a jewel case with 4-page booklet (inside is blank).

Track 1 is not listed in the booklet.
Durations are not listed on the release.
Label name appears on release as "kormplastic".
Title on tray card spine printed as "M.P.D."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Mirrored): KIP-001 14 A2 MASTERED BY DADC AUSTRIA

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8-901 Maeror Tri Multiple Personality Disorder(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) ArsNova 8-901 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
pulse zero: six Maeror Tri Multiple Personality Disorder(CD, RE) Purple Soil pulse zero: six Czech Republic 2009 Sell This Version

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ultimathulerecords

December 4, 2016
MAEROR TRI - MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER (Kormplastic KIP-001) CD 50m
Only previously experienced via a fascinating cassette release on Direction Music (see Audion #19, page 38), this debut CD by the German trio Maeror Tri is a devastating experience in sonic art. In the realm of Soviet France, Cranioclast or The Hafler Trio, it's hard to call such constructed wedges of noise music, this is something else. In fact I think it just scared four people who entered the Ultima Thule shop, leaving with bewildered and perplexed looks on their faces! Be they atmospheric or intensive, Maeror Tri offer a challenging sound that defies description.
review by Alan Freeman in Audion magazine #25 (June 1993)