Monte Cazazza ‎– Something For Nobody

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Industrial Records ‎– IR0010
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Vinyl, 7", Limited Edition
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A1 Distress
Vocals – Monte Cazazza
2:21
A2 Mary Bell
Narrator [Narration] – Monte CazazzaPiano – Cosey Fanni TuttiVocals – Cosey Fanni Tutti, Kim Norris, Tana Emmolo Smith*
2:22
A3 Kick That Habit Man
Text By [Poem] – Brion GysinVocals, Guitar, Performer [Rhythms], Sequenced By [Sequencer] – Monte Cazazza
2:03
B First / Last
Guitar – Tana Emmolo Smith*Vocals, Synthesizer – Monte Cazazza
5:15

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A1 compiled from tapes made at Chabot Gun Range, Oakland, California, U.S.A.
A3 is a permutation poem by Brion Gysin and used with his kind permission.
Effects: Cartertronics.
Recorded at Industrial Records Studios, Martello St., London, during February 1980.

Limited edition of 3,500 copies.

Initial pressings came with a 'commemorative' postcard of a painting of Mary Bell by Val Denham and lyrics to the song.

The sides are switched on the record from what is listed on the cover.

A Sinclair/Brooks Production
℗ & © 1980 Industrial Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): IR 0010 B[A scratched]-1 TERMINATE WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): IR 0010 A[B scratched]-1

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denisoliver

denisoliver

November 15, 2002

Very cool single. Especially "Kick That Habit Man", permutating the lyric hovering over a slow remorseless electronic rhythm, is really sick. The other tracks are not as strong, but also very good. Recommended. Accessible as original Industrial Records release through Chris & Cosey mailorder still in the 90's.