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|A2||–Coil||Here To Here (Double Headed Secret)
Performer [Uncredited] – John Balance
|A3||–Hunting Lodge||Learn To Will I||4:28|
|A4||–Kathan Spiss||The Serpent||6:38|
|A5||–Toy Muzik||Introducing The Brides Of Christ II Part A||7:45|
|B1||–Stigma Diaboli||La Force Pas La Joie||10:18|
|B2||–Hunting Lodge||Learn To Will II||5:08|
|B3||–Mr. Vile Thumb||Introducing The Brides Of Christ II Part B||4:44|
|B5||–Unknown Artist||Post Mortem: The Sea Of Cefalu
Concept By [Uncredited] – Michael DeWittRecorded By [Field Recording, Uncredited] – Gerhard Petak
The first Nekrophile Rekords catalogue contains a text supplement to this release, which gives additional information, credits, and contact information:
Coil: recorded on 5.X.1983. The same track was used as a backing tape for "Violation" on the Zos Kia Berlin Atonal recording.
Korpses Katatonik: recorded in Sept. 1983 at Herbert's living room. The lyrics are taken from the ballad "Tom o' Bedlam" that Crowley used during the evokation of the demon Choronzon in the desert Sahara in 1909.
Stigma Diaboli: recorded on 23.VIII.1983 and is according to the likes of S.D. reproduced in mono.
Zero Kama: based on a Tibetan ritual, this was recorded at Herbert's living room.
Track B5 is not assigned to any artist and consists of a field recording done upon a concept and request of the label owner of Nekrophile Records.
There are two different versions of this release with very slight differences:
- First release had a cover with a regular sized back flap to fit the boxes used by SONY and Philips during that time. The cover also positions the main front artwork about 2mm closer to the spine artwork. The inner flap contains three arabic letters (S L A) above the tracklisting and label contact address. [ HERE ]
- Second release had a cover with a smaller back flap to fit the boxes used by SONY after 1985. The arabic letters above the tracklisting are not present. [ THIS ]