The New Blockaders ‎– Changez Les Blockeurs

Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition


A Untitled
B Untitled


Edition of 100.
Packaged in plain white sleeve with die-cut centre hole and thumb cut.
Originally also included PVC outer sleeve with imprint "HJB PLASTICS 0324 484961".
The only artwork and text is on a double-sided A4 sheet.
Record labels are light pink with a mirrored copyright text and other imprints faintly visible. Obviously pre-printed labels from a different record were used with the reverse side up.

Few copies (approximately 10) came with an handmade Anti-LP The New Blockaders - Untitled.

The LP was originally to be called The New Blockaders. The title 'Changez Les Blockeurs' ('Change The Blockaders') was decided on just prior to release but wasn't included on the cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RUPENUS-LP-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RUPENUS-LP-B1

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VOD 6B, VOD 6 The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs - 21st. Antiversary Edition(LP, Num, RE + LP, Num + Box, Ltd) Vinyl-on-demand, Vinyl-on-demand VOD 6B, VOD 6 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
URTHONA 01 The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Urthona URTHONA 01 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
none The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs(Cass, C60 + Box, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label none Japan Unknown Sell This Version
NOM31 The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs(Cass, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, C46) Anomalous Records NOM31 US 2019 Sell This Version
none The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (The New Blockaders) none Belgium Unknown Sell This Version


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December 7, 2019
I'll listen to damn near anything, ANYTHING, but I just don't "get" this release. Someone, anyone, please help me and walk me through this.


August 16, 2019
Another possible title for this could be, "Jokes On You."


July 27, 2011
an absolutely essential, indisputable classic of "noise music". this is an album that can be listened to a hundred times and still keep its mysteries intact. it'll also be just as confounding and compelling the hundredth time as it was the first. many have guessed at the process used for making this music - is it tape loops? all live and acoustic? is it metal being thrown around a shed? how does it maintain its odd density and cyclical rhythm? beats the hell out of me, but i can say this: there isn't any other recording that sounds like this one. not even the TNB records that came after it, solid as many of them are.