Mickeyman / Extrem ‎– Vorheilen Ist Besser Als Beugen

Rebel Records (10) ‎– Kodak 1
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Mickeyman Minister For Ganja 4:40
A2 Mickeyman Sid Vicious - Murder 3:21
A3 Mickeyman I Don't Care 1:45
B1 Extrem Pressform 2:24
B2 Extrem Scheiss - System 1:55
B3 Extrem Desertieren 2:42
B4 Extrem Hoffnungslos 4:01
B5 Extrem Vorheilen Ist Besser Als Beugen 1:21
B6 Extrem Ich Bin Gott 3:01
B7 Extrem Extrem 1:50
B8 Extrem Fress'n, Saufen, Scheissen, Prunz'n 3:59

Companies, etc.


  • BassDaniela* (tracks: B1 to B8)
  • DrumsPeter* (tracks: B1 to B8)
  • GuitarDieter* (tracks: B1 to B8)
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsHelmut* (tracks: B1 to B8)
  • Mastered ByLH*
  • Mixed ByKodak*
  • Musician, VocalsMickeyman (tracks: A1 to A3)
  • ProducerM. Snoj*
  • Recorded ByTraumtanz-Hary*


Recorded in June 1983 at Traumtanz-Studio Gassergasse, Vienna.

On front sleeve:
Punk meets Reggae | Ⓐnarchie ohne Gewalt | zahlt nicht mehr als 120,- (=don't pay more than € 8,72)

Mickeyman credited on back cover as "Mikeyman" and on the label as "Mickey Man".
Track A2 - titled on sleeve: "Sid Vicious - Murder", on label "Sid Vicious"
Track B8 - titled on sleeve "Fress'n, Saufen, Scheissen, Prunz'n", on label "Schlafen-Hakeln Fressen-Saufen"

Side A plays on 45 rpm, Side B on 33 rpm.

The sleeve is a folded poster, printed on both sides. Size approx. 80 x 60 cm.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): ▷ AN 720 1A LH
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): AN 720 1B LH A



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May 20, 2019
I've got a test pressing of this, bought in the mid-90's($20.) Then in the early 2000's, a copy from Joey Shithead's collection turned up on Ebay(this time with actual printed labels), and I got it for a mere $16. Ebay went down in the last seconds(I always had snipes placed with 6-7 seconds to go), but since I was at a computer I manually did it with a minute or 2 to spare. Then Ebay stopped responding. I thought they were going to re-run the auction but I won. I am curious to know if anyone else has what appear to be test press labels, but still with a poster sleeve.