Various ‎– Q.E.D.



Laibach Organofonia Ramovš 4:32
Die Form Ataxia 2:50
Z'EV Untitled Exerpt 7:27
S.P.K.* Ebony Tower In The Orient 3:33
Radio Rabotnik TV Leader 2:40
Der Plan Kennen Sie Koeln? 2:57
Chris & Cosey Delerium 2 4:54
Het Zweet Tribal Noise 2 3:09
Non Toxique Lost HIA 4:35
Sprung Aus Den Wolken Anyway, Don't Do The Sport Fuck 2:22
Michel Banabila The Call 4:17
The Hafler Trio Restimulation 2:00
Konrad Becker : Monoton Mutation-Waltz 2:20
Einstuerzende Neubauten* Meningitis 4:56
Kleg II (De Executie) 3:50
P16 D4* E & E 1:40
Peter Zegveld Gejuich Der Miljoenen 4:28
Etant Donnes* L'Esprit Domine L'Etoile 2:00
Code Public Oirat 3:00
Club Moral I Wanna Be Injured: L'Age D'Or No 2 & 3 6:30
Zero Kama Liber AL I:13 2:52
S.B.O.T.H.I. C.B.A. 1:55
Test Department* Demonomania 6:45
The Legendary Pink Dots Premunition 4:30
Blurt Man To Fly 4:12
Marie Kawazu Moumoko No Otoko (Blind Man) 2:30

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
N.L.C. 001 Various Q.E.D.(2xLP + 7" + Comp, Ltd) N.L. Centrum N.L.C. 001 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
NLCD 001 Various Q.E.D.(CD, Comp, RE) N.L. Centrum NLCD 001 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version



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September 22, 2007
referencing Q.E.D., 2xLP + 7" + Comp, Ltd, N.L.C. 001

First off, I want to start by saying that I love comps like this. Comps based around a venue are almost always great (another excellent example being the Emma comp from 1986). Secondly, how can you go wrong with this thing? You've got 2 LPs and a 7" of well known acts (Spk, Chris & Cosey, Neubauten, etc.), and cult favorites (Zero Kama, Club Moral, Non Toxique Lost, p16d4, Der Plan, etc.).

A few points of notice:

The Spk track is great. It seems to have been recorded around the same time as Zamia Lehmanni as it is in the style of that record.

The Michel Banabila track is a very nice surprise. I had never heard him before this comp. Great ambient track with an eastern flair.

The live Neubauten track is top notch. As far as I know, the song is only available on this comp.

As for the rare vinyl appearance by Club Moral, it is somewhat dissapointing. One can be certain, however, that Danny Devos was doing something horrible to his body while recording this.

With regards to the Zero Kama track though, it may be their very best song! As some of you may know, they attempted to do an audio version of Crowley's Book of the Law. This track is all that ever surfaced from that project. It's very different from everything else that they ever recorded.

The are also standout tracks are from: Z'ev, Der Plan, Non Toxique Lost, Test Dept., and The Legendary Pink Dots.

Sure, there's some filler, but it's tolerable.

All in all, a great comp.