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VariousXcreteria Volume One

Label:Xcreteria – none
Format:
Cassette, Compilation, Stereo
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Industrial, Noise, Experimental, Ambient

Tracklist

A01AntiformStereotopy7:18
A02Deconstruct3333:33
A03Focus 23Black Spot5:20
A04OrphxFragmentation (Live 05/08/94)6:17
A05PhotophobiaDrin4:14
A06Palate ClampSurf Dogs1:33
A07Inadequate20 Mile Windshield4:24
A08O Huge Vault Of VasolineOrcana White Fire3:06
A09Thee PlebsUntitled5:01
A10GlutYou've Lost The Urge3:22
B01The Infant CycleOver It Now3:47
B02Number NoneSeveral Scumbags7:14
B03Mind Skelp-cherThe Recoverey Room5:23
B04Decibel OrgyRuined Mourning5:58
B05SublimatusLuceida4:56
B06Chronic RemorseSonic Recourse5:28
B07Cogs Spin AwryClout3:08
B08ParatickecipCubis4:14
B09TropismLive At Nekropolis3:37
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Notes

Packaged in a decorated paper envelope with
catalogue and found metal object.Includes a 22 page booklet with information, addresses, and graphics from each project. Limited edition of 100. Type II tape.

Reviews

  • teshia's avatar
    teshia
    I love this album mostly for Tropism's "Live At Nekropolis". Lots of people involved with this compilation knew about or visited the Nekropolis nights at the X-Club in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. I did. It was a mix of noise industrial in the early parts of the evening and EBM for the remainder of the night, which sometimes rubbed the more experimental members of the crowd the wrong way. To my knowledge, Tropism never actually played at Nekropolis. If I'm guessing correctly, it's a big "fuck you" to the entire Nekropolis crowd. Hillarious stuff, or at least I thought so.

    Lots of rare stuff here and the compilation perfectly captures what was happening in the mid 90s during the very productive industrial tape scene of Southern Ontario, Canada.

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