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LustmordA Document Of Early Acoustic & Tactical Experimentation

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1A.T.M.O.M.4:14
2Headplate5:01
3Sibling4:54
4Murderwrecker6:21
5Slabstone5:36
6Arise6:40
7Credo/Nemo4:54
8Beast Of Burden Beast Of Prey5:29
9Ovenblast (Live 10.81)5:46
10Amok (Live 2.82)6:57
11Words Of Voice4:23
12Boneing Of Men6:11
13Of Bones Of Men4:04
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  • Engineer [E.M.S. Facilities]R. Wood*
  • GraphicsDisinformation
  • Performer [Machines], Effects [Treatments], Tape [Audio Tapes], VoiceB. Lustmord*
  • Performer [Mayhem], Tape [Audio Tapes], VoiceN. Dunster*
  • Performer [Treated Device], VoiceG. Rushton*
  • Transferred By [Processed From Two Track For Compact Disc By]C. Carter*
  • VoiceR. Sailyne*

Notes

There is a numbered limited edition where the artwork (including the disc artwork) is printed with silver ink instead of black ink. It is limited to 300 copies.

Compact disc release of the first Lustmord recordings originally issued in 1982. With further material from the period 1981-1983.
"These range from activity recorded live on location in 1980-81 (sections 1, 2 & 6) to material recorded at the facilities of E.M.S. London in March 1981. These were issued by Sterile Records in May 1982 as the first Lustmord (untitled) vinyl release.
Further to the above original release, the following are included: 'Words of Voice', which was recorded for the Twin Vision video Alchemy. 'Boneing of Men' which appeared on the X Tract vinyl release The Elephant Table Album, and 'Of Bones Of Men', being an alternative version for the Third Mind compilation Rising From The Red Sand.
Both 'Overblast' and 'Amok' are included here to give the listener some idea of Lustmord performances during its early years."

Processed from two track for compact disc at Studio 47, November 1990.
The encouragement and support of C. Carter, C. Fanni Tutti, G. Revell and M. Cazazza in the early years is much appreciated, for without it the project would not exist.

Front cover: Low frequency headset, J. Banks & M. Playne, Journal of Sound & Vibrations 6, 335-342 (1967). Disc: 9mm parabellum impact in glass (1990).

Includes a 4-page booklet.

℗ & © 1991 Dark Vinyl & Lustmord
Distributed by Dark Vinyl
Made in Austria.

Re-released as DVLR 4.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 013438 000012
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4013438000012
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: DV-04 11 A3 MASTERED BY DADC AUSTRIA

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