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Death In JuneThe White Hands Of Death

Label:Catfood Press – 3/1985
Format:
Cassette, Unofficial Release, C60
Country:Italy
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Experimental

Tracklist

A1Introduction
A2Blood Of Winter
A3Living Flesh
A4The Torture Garden
A5Rain Of Despair
A6The Honour Of Silence
A7Leper Lord
A8Carousel
B1She Said Destroy
B2Doubt To Nothing
B3Foretold
B4The Calling
B5Behind The Rose
B6C'est Un Rêve
B7Heaven Street
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Imposed Price: Lire 6.000
First Edition Green Sleeve + Booklet
This was a recording of a live performance in Venice on April 5, 1985. Recorded from the mixer, the cassette was done with the permission of Death In June, but does not show up in the list of official releases.
This is the first original pressing, with which a badge and an A6 booklet were included; many copies were stolen and later bootleged.

Other Versions (5 of 10)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The White Hands Of Death (Cassette, Unofficial Release)Catfood Press3/1985Italy1985
New Submission
The White Hands Of Death (Cassette, Unofficial Release, C 90)Catfood Press3/1985Italy1985
New Submission
The White Hands Of Death (Cassette, Partially Unofficial, Stereo)Catfood Press3/1985Italy1985
Le Bianche Mani Della Morte (CD, Limited Edition, Numbered, Unofficial Release, White Cover)Not On Label (Death In June)nonePortugal2003
Le Mani Bianche Della Morte (CD, Unofficial Release, Limited Edition, Camouflage cover)Not On Label (Death In June)nonePortugal2003

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sirtaylor
I was there that night ( hear the screams on Heaven streets ) and also interviewed the man. As far as I remember the tape came with different color variation sleeves ( mine is white, for example and probably used different kind of tapes as well as eg tdk etc, all had the booklet anyway) . It was released by e friend who organised the concert and at the time run a wellknown alternative rock magazine ( rockgarage) for which I wrote some articles. The tape was published with the permit of the band ( other tapes came out on the same label , most notably a Chris and Cosey rarities collection not even included on discogs archive...). Nice mixer sound and interesting performance, at least one of the earliest documented and well worth to have.