Stock, Hausen & Walkman ‎– What's Up

Label:
Hot Air ‎– SHWCASS 001
Format:
Cassette, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

A1 If He Opens His Mouth We're Finished
A2 Potted Meat Resemblance
A3 Space Is Rather Dusty
A4 Attempts To Be Dense
A5 NOT In The Mood
A6 Muffin Ruled Out
A7 So I Went Into Boots...
A8 No, No, No, No, No, No, No
A9 Do Not Let Children
A10 You're So Wrong That I'm Going To Kill You
A11 St Otto's School For Sightless Boys
A12 Remote Control Jeep
B1 Hide The Weenie
B2 Depressed Duck
B3 John Zorn Is Too Old To Play Hardcore
B4 Singing
B5 De-tune Tune
B6 10,000 Dollars For Ringo
B7 Kill Them All And Come Back Alone
B8 Mr Mishkin Is A Unique Example Of This
B9 Frighteningly Similar
B10 It All Began With A Toy

Credits

  • Cello, Toy, VoiceDaniel Weaver (tracks: A2, A5, B9)
  • GuitarJ. Webb (tracks: B7)
  • Guitar, Sampler, Effects [Noise Gate], VoiceRex Caswell (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, A7 to A11, B1, B2, B5 to 10)
  • Tape, Electronics [Switchboard], Trumpet [Shifted], Steel Drums, Electronic Drums, VoiceMatt Wand (tracks: A2 to A5, A7 to 12, B1, B2, B4 to 10)
  • Tape, Scratches, Edited By [Montage], Sampler, Strings [Small], Voice, Performer [Tuning Forks]Andrew Sharpley (tracks: A1, A3 to A12, B1, B3 to B10)

Notes

Cassette packaged inside a Kellogg's Variety cereal box, together with eight small sheets of paper bearing credits and art, all inside a Biohazard baggie.
Tracks are numbered 1 to 10 for side A & 1 to 12 for side B.
Handmade limited edition of 110 to 130.

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smallrocks

smallrocks

April 17, 2011
there was never 500 of these made.. no idea who posted such info, we did them in small batches of say 24 or 32 ( multiples of 8 obviously as thats how Kelloggs variety packs come ) they only went out via mail order and 1 or two local manchester shops ( ah! Decoy Records r.i.p. ), can't give an accurate figure but most likely around only 110 to 130 were hand constructed carefully slitting the cereals open and pricking the inside bag to expel all the air, they are 50% air ( great VFM mr Kellogg :] ) so plenty of room for cassette/cards/stickers etc, the very first 40 biohazard bags came from MRI and had been used for blood tests so some risk was involved purchasing this one!! if you have one... *Health & Safety ALERT!* THROW IT IN THE BIN NOW!!! (Matt Wand)