Memetic ‎– Still More Fukt Muzak

Label:
Bloody Fist Records ‎– FIST 11
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Grey
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled 3:28
A2 Untitled 2:08
A3 Untitled 1:55
A4 Untitled 4:20
A5 Untitled 0:31
B1 Genetic Rekuntstitute 3:46
B2 Untitled 5:10
B3 Memetic Are Cunts 3:33
B4 Untitled 0:21

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Credits

Notes

First pressing. Track titles taken from other releases.

Pressing plant uncredited, identified with matrix numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MZM 5911/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MZM 5912/A

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FIST 11 Memetic Still More Fukt Muzak(9xFile, MP3) Bloody Fist Records FIST 11 Australia Unknown
FIST 11 Memetic Still More Fukt Muzak(12", RP) Bloody Fist Records FIST 11 Australia 1997 Sell This Version
FIST 11 Memetic Still More Fukt Muzak(9xFile, FLAC) Bloody Fist Records FIST 11 Australia Unknown
FIST 11 Memetic Still More Fukt Muzak(9xFile, ogg) Bloody Fist Records FIST 11 Australia Unknown
FIST 11 Memetic Still More Fukt Muzak(9xFile, AAC) Bloody Fist Records FIST 11 Australia Unknown

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goemon

goemon

September 5, 2013
The Memetic boys made a sneery, obnoxious and bitter return to the record racks when they coughed up a full 12" release for Bloody Fist in early 1997. Conceived and programmed in utter defiance and with an open contempt for everything else that was taking place in the wider music world at the time - both locally and internationally. Noisy, chaotic, lo-fi, belligerent, provocative and above all else - PUNK AS FUCK. It also contains probably the greatest 'final 4 seconds' of any release in the entire BF back catalogue. The measly $300 advance paid on the 12" was intended to be used by the Memetic boys to buy a secondhand fridge for their rented house, which at the time featured a hallway knee-deep in junk mail and a kitchen that smelt like rotten milk.

Recorded at Newcastle's filthiest hovel sometime in early 1997 using Amigas, mics and god-knows-what else.
Released March 1997 as a grey vinyl 12" with the labels on the wrong sides.
Accidentally repressed soon after on black vinyl (still with the labels on the wrong sides).

(Taken from Bandcamp.)