, 7", Compilation
pressed in edition of 400 in 1991. however, the records and their beautiful silkscreened envelop lay in storage in a basement in Seattle waiting for some as yet undecided element to finish them. then in late 1996, they were finally unleashed, though only 100 copies, as it was decided that each batch of 100 would be a different variation on the set, and work on the each batch would seem to start only well after the last one had sold out. through this long process, Mark Schomburg a.k.a. Abo of Yeast Culture varied the title of the collection as well as of the label, though essentially containing the same material. this is the first edition of 100 and includes a third record by Dada Action Group. this third 7" is actually a conceptual anti-record (a hand altered and painted vinyl record of unknown origin). the artist on each side as well as the speed each side plays at (some are 33 and some are 45) can be figured out by listening to the spoken intros to each side recorded by Mark Andrew Schomburg and John Hubbard. each record does have its own individual sleeve, and all three are contained in a silkscreened envelope which is tied shut with string.