No Artist ‎– Discogs Sandbox Release™

Label:
Not On Label ‎– none
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:
 
Released:
 
Genre:
Style:
 

Tracklist

A Untitled
B Untitled

Notes

* PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THIS SECTION OF THE NOTES
* This dummy release can be used to show examples of new guideline changes or updates.
* Please edit this submission from the root template here: http://www.discogs.com/release/edit/6261872?rev=6
* When linking this release, please link to the highlighted update in the release submission history directly or directly to that section's revert link.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side run out, etched): SP-5053-M3___________________Kendun III______(MR)____Δ22683 (8)
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run out, etched): SP-5053-M4___________________Kendun III______(MR)____Δ22683 (7)

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Reviews Show All 24 Reviews

Add Review

Appalooosa

Appalooosa

August 7, 2020
music has now elevated to the next level with this gorgeous release from the indie group called "No Artist" I cant wait hear more from them
tony1969

tony1969

July 1, 2020
This album remind me the first time I heard Nevermind. A blast !
viandy

viandy

June 25, 2020
Can someone check the runout matrix on their copy? I am afraid I might have gotten a bootleg copy. I read (on the Steve Hoffman forums) that there is nothing there except 8 blank spaces, but mine looks like it has 11 blank spaces. Are there any unofficial copies being distributed? I did buy mine from a Russian dealer, was that a mistake?
skyloop

skyloop

June 14, 2020
edited 4 months ago
This rare release from "no artist" is quite the experience whether your into rock, hip hop, harsh noise, pop punk, deep house or all of the above. My grandmother loves it, my mother bought 8 copies, and my father can no longer listen to anything else. I am lost without this in my life and I'm sure anyone else who has the pleasure of listening will be too.

Untitled starts out with a whirling twirly bop of snare drums and wind chimes eventually mellowing out into a member of the Discogs team wailing into a broken microphone amplified into oblivion. The sudden background noise of someone using an unusually large food processor can be heard throughout the entire rest of the track subtly filling in the gaps between sudden frantic outbursts of another band member partially playing popular classic rock hits on an acoustic guitar for uneven amounts of time because he is too old to remember them all and there was simply not enough time. The track ends with one bass drop after another to the sound of someone who clearly has no idea how to properly use a drum set banging away at an alarmingly fast tempo and as another member of the team passionately sings the rest of the final and only chorus in the entire song. "I don't want to be what I don't wanna be!" eight times over abruptly ending seconds after leaving the listener in a state of shock to amplify the what the singer feels every day of his life especially on early Monday mornings.

Test2 starts with a blast of piercing high pitched feedback noise to one of the team members rapping about something so fast that what is being said can't be made out or perhaps it may even be complete gibberish. Following this is a typical EDM track uplift and the same person can be can heard in the background jumping up and down shouting "are you for this?" before a sudden rolling electric guitar breakdown takes over overshadowed by what appears to be multiple field recordings of seagulls loudly distorted into a low tuned panning whirlwind of despair slowly fading into the sound of someone playing a erhu backed by an inconveniently oppressive constant of a low bass tone while giving the audience a feel good motivational speech about doing your best and always trying to see the best in others despite what challenges may present themselves in their lives. The final section of this wonderful stroll through the fields of music creativity is what appears to be an amplified recording of someone picking pieces of grass off the ground near a busy shopping plaza with a subtle harmonica tune engaging with the listener in the background sometimes loudly clipping and changing in tone for less than a second ending with a clean solo into the silence of the end of our piece.
Kozstandsya

Kozstandsya

June 6, 2020
I want this album repressed on VHS and DVD, the visuals would be amazing
plaidzebra

plaidzebra

May 25, 2020
edited 4 months ago
I strongly agree with some reviewers and strongly disagree with others, this record is underrated, is not the best, but could somebody please review this release, I bought it at a flea market in 1988 for $14, it's overrated, it's underheard and underappreciated, but it's the best they ever did, someone needs to correct the release date, needs a vinyl press, needs a cd release, my Mom used to listen to it when I was a kid, don't feed the sharks you can still buy this from somewhere else, my copy has an extra semicolon in the liner notes, needs a remastering, I wrote a one word review for this where did it go, I have a copy of this if you're interested pm me, needs more comments, was ruined by the loudness wars, needs to be blocked from the marketplace, is obviously not a tech house record, was mastered from a lossy source, vinyl repress please please please, is priced way too low for such a great record so buy it, can anyone explain why this is blocked in the marketplace, I used to own it but sold it, my copy says it was made in Venezuela can anyone explain that, the low volume mastering is not a problem because you can turn up the volume on your amp, could somebody please describe the sound quality of this record, these prices are ridiculous I can think of 10 records that you should buy before you buy this one, 28 claim to own it but only 5 copies were pressed what's up with that, I bought this but it hasn't been delivered to my home yet, I was in the shop when someone came in to buy it and after a conversation with the shop's proprietor they did, any serious fan of music in general needs this in their collection, please please please vinyl repress, can someone send me a download, the youtube video linked on the page isn't on this release, if you have a copy of this for sale at a reasonable price hit me up, words words words words words and..... nothing more need be said. The influence and importance of this release cannot be overstated.
NicksPicks

NicksPicks

May 24, 2020
Anyone have a copy of this for sale? I offered the guy 500$ I don't think he's a real seller.
real_analog_hours

real_analog_hours

March 26, 2020

incredible. changed my life for the better. i can no longer see the world the same way after hearing this masterpiece. 17/10
stuarthu

stuarthu

March 3, 2020
Is there going to be a repress of this, maybe just a see through version?
BassArgo

BassArgo

December 26, 2019
edited 9 months ago

I've never heard anything like it, definitely my favorite record of all time! My only problem was with the actual vinyl itself, it wasn't a vinyl record, it was a gigantic gnome with a bullet hole in it.