Merzbow ‎– Metalvelodrome (Exposition Of Electro-Vivisection)

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Alchemy Records (2) ‎– ARCD-061/64
Series:
Good Alchemy – Volume 3, Part 4
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4 × CD, Album
Box Set, Limited Edition
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Produced for Alchemy Records.
Mixed at ZSF Produkt Studio, October 1993.
All performed by cheap electronics & junk.
No synthesizer & MIDI sampler.

Track 1-7: Hustle, Tokyo 4/4/93. DC-AC, Washington 27/9/90.
Track 3-2: Live at "The International Natural Fine Art Exhibition Of Kum-River" Kongju, Korea. August 1991.
Track 2-2 appeared on Noise Forest CD (Les Disques Du Soleil CD2)
Track 2-4 appeared on Altered States Of Consciousness CD (UPD 006)
Tracks 2-5 to 2-7 appeared on Rod Drug 93 7" (Way Out Sound Way Out 007)

Thanks for Reiko Azuma & Toshiyuki Seido for support. Ron Lesard & Kenichiro Takahashi for live recording. Jojo Hiroshige, Shohei Iwasaki & Shuichi Chino for Korean live. Tasty Productions & Emil Beauliau for Washington live. UPD, Way Out Sound & Soleil for disk. Naomi Hosokawa, Hanayo Nakajima, Masahiko Ohno, Yoshihisa Takase & Various Records.

©℗ Alchemy Records 1993.
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Limited edition of 700 copies.
Packaged in a thick jewel case with a cardboard slipcover and a double-sided colour poster (24 × 36 cm).

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NAPALMED

NAPALMED

March 23, 2015

Noise monument in powerful period of the project.
Iamcola65

Iamcola65

September 12, 2011

Massive length of 4 cd's, but doesen't let go for a single second.
Merzbow has never sounded as good as he does here, and "Neon Worms" is easily his all-time greatest moment.
Along with Flare Gun, Bariken and Noisembryo, one of the essential Merzbow releases. Easily the best thing he has ever done.