V/Vm ‎– Masters Of The Absurd

Label:
V/Vm Test Records ‎– VVMT P/B
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Purple/Black Marbled
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Tracklist

A1 Fanfare For The Common Pig Farmer 2:13
A2 He Ain't Heavy He's My Butcher 4:54
A3 Milk, Milk, Milk, Milk, Milk, Milk The System Like Bob Rambo//* And DJ Porky That Subliminal Pig 4:15
A4 Last Night A DJ Saved My Tripe 6:10
A5 Time For Reflection. Why? 2:08
B1 You Reckon You Understan'd? 3:03
B2 Top Of The Pop-Chops 5:10
B3 Careless Trotter (Tonight The Music Seems So Loud) 3:43
B4 Point 8.103 To Zero / 0 4:28
B5 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 2:56

Notes

Purple/black splatter vinyl. 1000 copies.

Track durations are calculated at 33 1/3 rpm, however the insert accompanying the release states the speed can be 16/33/45/78 rpm or cranked by hand.

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duckworship

duckworship

July 9, 2016

spinning this album more times since i've discovered it years ago, i personally consider his to be a underrated magnum opus (beside the death of rave and other gems such as machine components / chart runners). what the caretaker's "An Empty Bliss Beyond This World" is said to be the best, this, i feel, has the same bleak atmosphere, but dismissed because of it's heavy and abrasive sounds. like a radio station spewing aural pus and decay, writhing maggots in a pig's corpse and bleak soundscapes, all of the tracks flow very well with each other. if this the soundtrack of a soul entering afterlife, some could consider it hell or heaven, "one is right, one is wrong".
Vimster

Vimster

January 10, 2003

Fed up of V/Vm just murdingering 'classics'? Try this out for size. Not so much a 12" as an album, yes, there are some butchered tunes here (most memorably Careless Whisper ne Trotter), but most of the tracks are either pure rhythmic noise or dark ambience.