Laura Grabb ‎– Disk Rubble

Label:
Drop Bass Network ‎– DBN052
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Sempty Print 5:08
A2 Performed Zero 4:40
B1 770, Another Programmable Machine 4:42
B2 Sorry 4:22

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Run-out:
B - Some speak about God, others speak to God, we dance in our temples and become God... Drop bass for 97.
Repressed in 2005.

The vinyl pic is of Jonhny Cash at his San Quentin Prison performance.

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STORMkid

STORMkid

September 10, 2009

Fishead makes a good point. Even though it wasn't deemed "hard enough" it still does a good job of bringing the hardcore sound. Laura Grabb's style of hardcore and acid are well represented on Disk Rubble. Side A is all hardcore while side B has a more acid approach. If you liked this record then you should listen to Industrial Strenght Anthology I The Lost Tracks. Or if you have listened to Industrial Strength Anthology I The Lost Tracks then you should listen to Disk Rubble, haha. Laura Grabb kicks ass!!!!
fishead

fishead

July 5, 2003

I remember hearing a story that this record was originally submitted to be released on SixSixtySix and that it was liked but was deemed 'not hard enough' - so it came out on Drop Bass instead. The gear is really being punished on this one - stomach turning acid lines that melt in your mind, not in your hand.