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VariousNew York Noise Vol. 2 (Music From The New York Underground 1977-1984)

Label:
Soul Jazz Records – SJR CD126
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1PulsallamaUngawa Pt.24:57
2MofungoHunter Gatherer2:42
3Red TransistorNot Bite3:48
4Vortex Original SoundtrackBlack Box Disco5:29
5Certain GeneralBack Downtown1:58
6Sonic YouthI Dreamed I Dream5:19
7Rhys ChathamDrastic Classicism7:49
8Clandestine With Ned SubletteRadio Rhythm (Dub)5:48
9Glorious StrangersMove It Time3:02
10Felix (2)Tiger Stripes6:54
11The Del-Byzanteens With Jim JarmuschMy Hands Are Yellow (From The Job That I Do)3:11
12Don KingTanajura3:07
13Jill KroesenI Am Not Seeing That You Are Here3:03
14UTSham Shack4:23
15The StaticMy Relationship3:11
16Y PantsFavorite Sweater2:29
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Housed in a slipcase.

Several artists and tracks are mislabeled:
Track 1 is mislabeled. It was originally released in 1982 as "Ungawa Pt.II (Way Out Guiana)".
Track 4 is miscredited to Vortex Original Soundtrack, in place of an artist name. The original "Beth B & Scott B's Vortex (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)" album, released in 1982, was credited to Beth B & Scott B.
Track 8 is miscredited to Clandestine (W/Ned Sublette). The original 1984 release was credited to Clandestine Featuring Ned Sublette. The track is also mislabeled. It was originally released as "Radio Rhythm (S-I-G-N-A-L S-M-A-R-T) (Dub Mix)".
Track 11 is miscredited to The Del-Byzanteens (W/Jim Jarmusch). This credit does not make sense, as Jarmusch was a member of The Del-Byzanteens.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5026328101262
  • Matrix / Runout: deluxe SJRCD126 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (Inner): IFPI 0472
  • Mould SID Code (Outer): IFPI 04AJ
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE UK

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TimBucknall
I found volume one way too smooth and conventional but i'm glad i wasn't put off from buying volume 2 which is much better, more eclectic, noisier and more classically "post-punk"