Tanith ‎– What Is Noise

Bash ‎– BASH 01
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM



Sticker on company sleeve lists track B2 as '5 Seconds 2 Terminate', label reads 'Five Seconds To Terminate'.

Side A plays at 45rpm.
Side B plays at 33 ⅓rpm.

Track B2 continues into runout with continous single tone.

Track B1 samples:
Excerpt from Mr. Magic on Rap Attack radio show

Track B2 samples:
Dialogue from the film THX 1138

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BASH 01 Tanith What Is Noise(12", TP, Sti) Bash BASH 01 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
BASH 01 Tanith What Is Noise(12", TP, Sta) Bash BASH 01 Germany 1991 Sell This Version


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March 9, 2017
I never really cared about What Is Noise or No More Music By The Suckers it was all about Five Seconds To Terminate for me.


June 8, 2008

An excellent techno-house release, under a real influence of kraftwerkian electro. The Stand-out here is "No more music by the suckers", build around a sample of the title words, it is also the harshiest of this EP, more rave in the rough sense of the word, a testimony of a time were a track could be considered either as house, techno or hardcore techno, and even acid trance in a way. Quite similar in a way to the early Monochrome releases from Wolfgang Voigt.
Both other two tracks are very good, really enjoyable as much as clever. Both make aextenive use of Kraftwerk samples or sequences, but in a creative way, and with a real sincere electro way.