Bastard Noise ‎– Throne Is Melting

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Helicopter ‎– H 8
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1 Vimana Over Punglai
Performer – Wood*, Wiese*, MacDonald (2)Words By, Vocals [Uncredited] – MacDonald (2)
2:10
2 Throne Is Melting
Performer – Wood*, Wiese*, MacDonald (2)Vocals [Uncredited] – MacDonald (2)Words By – Wood*
2:02
3 Untitled
Performer – Wood*, Wiese*
2:07
4 Mingus Reflects
Performer – Wood*, Wiese*, MacDonald (2)Vocals [Uncredited] – MacDonald (2)Words By – MacDonald (2)
2:15
5 Untitled
Electronics [Uncredited] – Kenny SandersonPerformer – Wood*, Wiese*, Sanderson*
5:25
6 Denied Psychotic Human Pt.2
Electronics [Uncredited] – Erik Hoffman, Jorge MartinPerformer – Wood*, Hoffman*, Wiese*, Martin*Recorded By – Stress (14)Words By – Wood*
8:45
7 Red Hurricane 20:47
8 Cosmic Eulogy (宇宙賛辞)
Performer – Wood*, Wiese*Recorded By – Stress (14)
18:20

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Front cover:
Man Is The Bastard: Bastard Noise

Spine:
Bastard Noise

Inner Panel:
Bastard Noise
Tracks 1 to 4 recorded 8/99, Claremont, CA.
Track 5 recorded 8/00, Los Angeles / Chiba mail collaboration.
Track 6 recorded 10/30/00, Los Angeles, CA.
Track 8 recorded 5/27/00, Los Angeles, CA.
Tracks 7 & 8 were previously released for tour as a 3" CDr limited to 40 copies and a one-sided 12" (Helicopter) limited to 300 copies.

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ヘリコプター

Alternate titles from liner notes:
Ba Bao Cha (8 Treasures Tea) At Punglai
Iztuhtati!

Other notes:
Track 7 recorded 6/10/00 at Vegetarian Cannibal (not credited on this release).
"Denied, Psychotic Human (Pt.1)" appears on Moonlanding Vol. 2 (H 2).

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  • Matrix / Runout: LMW/CA THRONE IS MELTING 0060-0055 F1 CD

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January 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
A great collection of previously released material. The opening track is one of the nicest 'noise' tracks I've heard in a while and features a lovely voice of a female artist I myself have not heard else where except on this disc. Track 3 is another soft melodic track with her voice and the lyrical justice she spurts out.
From track 2, 4-6 we have the Bastard Noise were use to. Scraping drones and clicky scratches blasted throughout each track with the hiss of death behind it. 'Red Hurricane', previously released as a 3", is my favorite on hear. Not because it's a tribute to Jupiter’s Red Spot, but because it is one of the best 'build-up' noise tracks out there. You sit and wait for the drone and hisses to get louder and build up speed and then the track ends the way it started and your left alone, but satisfied.
If your new to Bastard Noise this is a great collection of his many talents and collaborations.