Nasenbluten ‎– The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP

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Lyrics on B2 taken from the song "Assassins" by The Geto Boys

Tracklist

Intro
Pessimistic Guy
Intellectual Killer
Homicide
Cut Her To Bits
Dash

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bisturi

bisturi

October 19, 2016
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001

I pay this good vinyl (intellectual killer is a bomb of balanced sounds) 10€ 4 year ago..make yourself questions......
resettheatari

resettheatari

January 4, 2015
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001

I still have my original copy I bought from Jackhammer (who was 100% scene by the way, not a rip-off artist) when he worked in Sleeves in Kirkcaldy. It's their second best EP after 100% No Soul Guaranteed. Unfortunately mine has seen the wars over the years, mostly from a period out of my hands in a friends collection. Intellectual Killer has a pretty major scratch most of the way through FML.
AreaMZ

AreaMZ

January 26, 2014
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, TP, WAR001
My copy has no writing but does have the sticker.
headfukk_909

headfukk_909

July 1, 2013
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001
Classic Nasenbluten, classic hardcore.
One of the best gabba records made.
Sean_Storm

Sean_Storm

April 28, 2012
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001
Mark Newlands was never ripped off by Storm. The P&D distributor ripped the label off for all the profit on the vinyl - no money. Mark got his share of the royalties from CD sales from Jackhammer at Nosebleed. As much as I respect Mark Newlands' talent he has exaggerated and misinformed people about the demise of Storm. Jackhammer left the music scene for a while.
unibomber

unibomber

March 24, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001

This "Sophomore" outing of the more widely available Nasenbluten records offered a glimpse of things that were to come.

Hardcore was in a complete drought and the Dutch had gone completely happy/powercore.
This record makes a screw that type of statement and is dark and hard, full of breakbeats and most importantly creativity.

One of the few gems during the horrible late 94/early 95 era of Hardcore Techno.

5/5 enough said.
DJMrE

DJMrE

April 28, 2011
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001

Something very special about this record, ill treasure mine forever :)
Jayfive

Jayfive

May 22, 2004
referencing The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP, 12", EP, WAR 001
Yet another Nasenbluten release that they had problems over getting the money for. According to Mr. Newlands, Storm stands for 'Someones Taken Our Royalty Money'.