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Label:Earache – MOSH 15
Vinyl, LP, Album, Inner Sleeve
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Industrial Metal, Experimental


A1Like Rats
A2Christbait Rising
A4Dream Long Dead
A5Head Dirt
B1Devastator / Mighty Trust Krusher
B2Life Is Easy
B4Locust Furnace

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An otherwise identical version was issued with a printed insert. This comes with a black and white printed inner sleeve featuring credits and art photography.

Side A recorded/mixed at Soundcheck in Birmingham, May-August 1989.
Side B recorded/mixed at Square Dance in Derby, May 1989.

Published by Earache Songs U.K.
© Earache Records 1989.
℗ Earache Records 1989.

[Label] [Rear cover]
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 018615 101512
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): MPO MOSH 15 A1 NS.
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): MPO MOSH 15 B1

Other Versions (5 of 40)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Streetcleaner (CD, Album)EaracheMOSH 15CDUK1989
New Submission
Streetcleaner (Cassette, Album)ArtrockA-3Thailand1989
New Submission
Streetcleaner (LP, Album, Test Pressing)EaracheMOSH 15UK1989
New Submission
Streetcleaner (Cassette, Album)EaracheMOSH 15MCUK1989
New Submission
Streetcleaner (LP, Album, Insert)EaracheMOSH 15UK1989


MattJanovic's profile picture
That's funny all these comments here since Justin said for a long time that he wasn't happy with how it was originally engineered, mixed, and mastered back in 1989. Maybe we just want to believe.
bloodysabotagevol4's profile picture
This is the only pressing to get if you want this on vinyl. The remaster is all digital and squashes the dynamic range down and the Kreation records version is missing a song altogether and sounds flat and boring like all the pressings I've heard from them.
kjcazier's profile picture
At first, I wasn't a huge fan of this album when I purchased it over 23 years ago. I had never heard Godflesh before, just heard of them. In those days you didn't have the luxury of previewing every album before you bought it. I'm glad too because I probably would've passed on it and ended up missing out on the greatest music that has ever penetrated my ears and warped my fragile mind. It had to grow on me... Unexpectedly, "streetcleaner" got lodged in my car tape deck and was all I could listen to (besides the shitty radio) for two weeks straight before I got it out. The funny thing is that after I got it out I pushed it back in and must've stayed in there for another month. I STRONGLY URGE THE YOUTH OF TODAY TO LET MUSIC GROW ON YOU. You don't know what you're missing. Today I am a Godflesh fanatic.... All thanks to a tape I had never heard and a cheap tape deck. I still own that tape along with the CD and recently the record. I will buy this album in every format I can get it in.
What B.S. that "Locust Furnace" is missing from the 2008 Kreation Records releases! Isn't that a more than fitting final track to such a great album? Please beware, especially the new fans. Thanks!!