|A2||–Band Of Pain||Acid|
|A4||–Stefan Jaworzyn||I Am The King Of Goth! Look Upon My Works, Ye Assholes, And Despair!|
|A5||–Satori (2)||Tongue Cracked Dry|
|A6||–Beequeen||Edie's Second Sun|
|A7||–Idea Fire Company||None But First Rate Workmen Will Meet With Encouragement|
|A8||–Dual (2)||Drimon Drmn|
|A12||–Contrastate||Poodles In Practice Dress At The Battersea Dogs Opera|
|B1||–Lee Ranaldo||First Computer Piece|
|B3||–Incapacitants||Mutual Fund Explosion|
|B4||–Pestrepeller||Maximum Yak Satisfaction|
|B7||–The Pickle Factory||Update|
|B8||–East Of The Sun||Torcross|
|B9||–The Shadow Ring||The Way Of The World (Part 2)|
|B10||–Headbutt||Terrible Noise Bringer|
|B11||–Illusion Of Safety||Center|
|B13||–Nurse With Wound||Transcribe And Dictate (Heavy Trad)|
"This record is a collection of 30 second pieces. Anybody timing each track and writing in to tell me that they don't all last exactly 30 seconds, should consider using their time a little more creatively. Don't bother, I won't write back. On the other hand, (bearing in mind that this has finally seen the light of day after four years of planning), any congratulations or praise should be heaped on to a large silver spoon and sent to the address below. If this is the case, a smug but courteous reply will undoubtedly come your way.
If you're reading this in the year 2003 and you've just bought the record from a second-hand scum dealer at a vastly inflated price, don't worry - we've all done it. Besides, it's now yours to show your friends, and it's kind of reassuring to know that such shops still exist. Just think yourself lucky that this insert is still in the record at all!"
Steve Pittis, Dirter Promotions. July 1997.
Made in England.
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- Matrix / Runout (A): "SO MANY BANDS SO LITTLE TIME" - CHARLES, IT IS NOW A SAYING!
- Matrix / Runout (B): "THAT'S £2,50 CASH OR A FIVER EXCHANGE"
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|DPROMCD 45||Various||Four Years In 30 Seconds (A Collection Of Music From Around The World) (CD)||Dirter Promotions||DPROMCD 45||UK||1998||Sell This Version|