Various ‎– Rising From The Red Sand Volumes I - V

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Vinyl-on-demand ‎– VOD120
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Rising From The Red Sand – Volume I - V
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5 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue
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Tracklist

Volume Ⅰ
A1 Chris & Cosey Yes Know 5:58
A2 Attrition The Visitor 3:44
A3 The Legendary Pink Dots Premonition 5 11:26
B1 Konstruktivits* Black On Black 5:11
B2 Pseudo Code Missing Persons 3:02
B3 Nurse With Wound The Strange Play Of The Mouth 8:47
B4 Human Flesh Accident 2:56
B5 John Hurst Untitled 5:06
B6 Section 25 In The Garden Of Eden 1:55
Volume Ⅱ
C1 Metamorphosis Fire Gates 5:35
C2 Fan Tan Dress Up 2:50
C3 Test Department* Gdansk 6:21
C4 Nocturnal Emissions Legs 6:45
C5 Portion Control Bite My Head 3:09
C6 Tone Death Song Of The Flame 3:12
D1 Un Département A La Surface 2:45
D2 Scram Ju Ju Big Beyond 3:43
D3 Section 25 Cry 4:17
D4 Attrition Black Death 3:59
D5 Five Or Six Aroma 3:27
D6 Chris & Cosey Look Down 3:17
D7 Nurse With Wound Someone Others Garden 7:34
Volume Ⅲ
E1 Konstruktivits* Mansonik I 4:46
E2 Portion Control Crash Weight Gain 3:01
E3 Bene Gesserit Wash Your Ideas 3:28
E4 The Legendary Pink Dots Close Your Eyes You Can Be A Space Captain 11:39
E5 Bushido Modelwerk 3:57
F1 Sylvie & Babs* With NWW* Excerpt From Pricksongs 4:11
F2 Metamorphosis Musak In The Pentagon 7:39
F3 James Braddell* Untitled 4:56
F4 P16.D4 Catched By Botulism 1:17
F5 We Be Echo A New Day 4:24
F6 Onnyk Panspermia 5:32
Volume Ⅳ
G1 Chris & Cosey Jink Jive {Version} 4:25
G2 Nocturnal Emissions Going Under 4:03
G3 Scram Ju Ju Face Of An Angel 4:34
G4 Human Flesh Hself Namuh 2:53
G5 Ian Boddy At Set Points 6:19
H1 Attrition Pendulum Turns 7:20
H2 Muslimgauze Icon Screen 4:53
H3 Cultural Amnesia Rest Home {The Man Who Worked With Tourists} 3:44
H4 Nexda Untitled 4:18
H5 Test Department* Extract From Exercise Of Will 4:00
Volume Ⅴ
I1 Hula (2) Black Pop Workout 3:57
I2 Colin Potter Away From The Public Eye 5:23
I3 Smegma Hawaiian War Chant 3:15
I4 David Knight In Place 1:48
I5 Die Tödliche Doris Fliegt Schnell Laut Summend 3:18
J1 Irsol Reesoning 5:20
J2 Ptôse The Big Chief 2:32
J3 Kopf Kurz* Necluus 6:56
J4 Merzbow Envoise 2:46
J5 Conrad Schnitzler Untitled 2:46

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Edition of 500 copies. Comes with a hand-numbered certificate and a 12" x 12" cardboard insert with liner notes.
Subtitle: "A Third Mind Records Compilation 1982 / 83".

The original Third Mind tapes were released in March (Volume One and Two) and September (Volume Three, Four and Five) 1983.

Tracks missing from the original releases:
B2 - Sutcliffe Jügend "Slut Meat"
B3 - DDAA "King Deebo Is Six Tracks For A Kit"
C6 - Lustmord "At The Mountains Of Madness"
E5 - David Jackman "Vault"
G5 - Aeolian String Ensemble "Ingemisco"
H4 - Two "Till Five Weeks"
H7 - Lustmord "Of Bones Of Men"
I1 - Dave Jones "Kirk"
I7 - Radio Free Europe "Like I Do"
J1 - Sirius B "Is This The End?"
J3 - Philippe Laurent "Et Hop"
J5 - DDAA "Adios Come Again"

C4: originally titled "Smear Campaign"
E1: originally titled "Mansonix I"
F6: originally titled "Distant Session"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STATAP 09 Various Rising From The Red Sand(5xCass, Comp, RE, C60 + Box, Comp) Statutory Tape STATAP 09 US 1983 Sell This Version
VOD120 Various Rising From The Red Sand Volumes I - V(5xLP, Comp, RE, Red + Box, Ltd, Num) Vinyl-on-demand VOD120 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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recorddeviant36

recorddeviant36

October 5, 2017
one of the best comps of the industrial/experimental underground during the 80's . I was wishing this would be re-released for years ,, preferably on cds but this is great. one drawback of this release is of course the missing tracks ( some of which are my faves ) but the majority is here. just bought my copy. one thing I hope from this is that the lower fi cuts on it sound distinctly better because of the tape hiss on the cassette version . nice liner notes too.
kealyj

kealyj

December 30, 2013
Any idea why some tracks were left off? Was it purely a case of running time or were there issues in reissuing these artists?