Music lover since I was at least 10 years old. Favorite genres became industrial, classic EBM from the 80s', synth-pop, krautrock, strange progressive and space rock, obscure folk, unconventional music in general. Mostly collecting vinyls and CDs.

The records I'm looking for the most at the moment are:

To complete my early CMI collection:
BOMB THE DAYNURSERY - Pain In Progress - Cassette
VV/AA - Debauch - VHS

Tesco Org stuff:
GENOCIDE ORGAN - Save Our Slaves - BOX

Nurse With Wound records:

Early Merzbow vinyls:

Severed Heads


If you're selling any of them, feel free to contact me. Thanks.
Recent Activity
posted a comment on Rihanna - Anti. about 1 month ago
Wow, I keep listening to this over and over again! Never thought a devoted listener of new wave, punk, industrial, krautrock and electronics in his late 30's like me could get hooked on a 2K popstar like Rihanna. But, "Anti" is just great! It's extremely ... See full review
posted a comment on Bad Brains - Quickness. about 1 month ago
"Quickness" is indeed a great and underrated album, I recommend it to any Bad Brains fan who overlooked it in favour of the classic early outputs, as well as American hardcore enthusiasts. There's a lot of good tunes here, my favourite probably being ... See full review
posted a comment on Coil - Musick To Play In The Dark. 3 months ago
Don't be too excited about this, just because it's vinyl. As the description accurately states, this LP is just a compressed and incomplete version of the album, as one track is missing and others are in shortened form. A reissue should be done, but in ... See full review
posted a comment on Monte Cazazza - The Cynic. 3 months ago
Without doubt, "The Cynic" is Monte Cazazza's best effort. A very enjoyable mix of old-fashioned minimal electronics and soundtrack atmospheres, coupled with his typical dark humor and morbidness. "What's So Kind About Mankind" and "Birds Of Prey" are ... See full review
posted a comment on Monte Cazazza - To Mom On Mother's Day. 3 months ago
Maybe someone just elaborated the mp3 to make the vocals up front. Both 7" and CD version sound the same.
posted a comment on Laibach - Kapital. 5 months ago
Didn't like "Kapital" very much when I first listened to it. I was full into the likes of "Nova Akropola", "Opus Dei" and "Krst Pod Triglavom", so a mostly instrumental experimental techno album wasn't my cup of tea. Today I believe it's one of the ... See full review
posted a comment on Gerechtigkeits Liga - Dystopia. 5 months ago
Gerechtigkeits Liga is one of those lesser-known industrial bands of the 80's hailing from Germany. This album is the highlight of their career, and highly recommended if you like old-school industrial with lots of percussion, metal thuds and rhythms. No ... See full review
posted a comment on Front Line Assembly - Echogenetic. 8 months ago
FLA go back to a purely electronic sound and deliver one of their best albums since the days of "Epitaph" and "Implode". You will find a perfect alternation between fast 'n' furious anthems, melodic passages and atmospheric instrumental tracks, that is ... See full review
posted a comment on Base Record. 8 months ago
I think you are confusing with another Base. This is an Italian indie label releasing editions for the Italian market. No chainstores involved and I don't think they ever released any Dead Kennedys record.
posted a comment on The Exploited - Troops Of Tomorrow. 8 months ago
The cover of this album embodies the typical 80's stereotyped punk imagery: not anymore rebel musicians, but metropolitan gangs of juveniles, all sporting spiked hair and dressing the same, wandering in the suburbs with their chains and iron bars, always ... See full review
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posted a comment on Genocide Organ - The Truth Will Make You Free. 9 months ago
Genocide Organ's most accomplished and mature record. Side A and B are perfect, no fill-ins here. Great atmospheres, excellent use of voice samples and metal percussions. Almost as good as SPK's "Leichenschrei".
posted a comment on Bad Sector. 9 months ago
Probably the most intense and emotional dark ambient music ever created. Deep, seducing melodies for cyborgs and androids living in a distant future on an Earth covered in radiocative dust. Yes, I'm thinking of "Blade Runner" or, better, "Do Androids ... See full review
submitted Coil - How To Destroy Angels. 10 months ago
submitted Carl Orff - Salzburger Mozarteum Orchestra* / Salzburger Mozarteum Chor* / Kurt Prestel - Carmina Burana (Cantiones Profanae). 10 months ago
posted a comment on SPK - Leichenschrei. 10 months ago
Sound quality of the Thermidor edition is a bit more powerful and full than the Normal one. Also, I wrongly remembered that only the 1st press had the locked groove, but apparently you find it on the reissue as well. Can't remember, as I owned the Normal ... See full review
submitted Minutemen - What Makes A Man Start Fires?. 10 months ago
submitted Richard Wagner, Orchestra Sinfonica Di Norimberga*, Erich Kloss - Vorspiel Zur Oper 'Lohnengrin', Siegfried - Idyll, Vorspiel Zur Oper 'Die Meistersinger Von Nürnberg'. 11 months ago
submitted Richard Wagner - Tannhäuser - L'Olandese Volante - Crepuscolo Degli Dei. 11 months ago
submitted Saint-Saëns*, E. Power Biggs, Orchestre De Philadelphie*, Eugene Ormandy - Symphonie N° 3 Avec Orgue. 11 months ago
submitted Willi Boskovsky / Johann Strauss Orchestra Of Vienna* - Berühmte Strauß-Walzer. 11 months ago
submitted Serghei Prokofiev* - Alexandr Nievsky. 11 months ago
submitted Goffredo Petrassi - Coro Di Morti - Nonsense - Quattro Inni Sacri. 11 months ago
submitted Mozart* : Herbert von Karajan • Berliner Philharmoniker - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Serenate e Divertimenti. 11 months ago
submitted Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Karl Engel, Das Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Leopold Hager - Mozart · Klavierkonzerte - Piano Concertos · Concertos Pour Piano - Nr. 6, KV 238 · Nr. 20, KV 466. 11 months ago
submitted Gustav Mahler, Wiener Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado - Symphonien Nos. 9 / Symphonie No. 10 - Adagio. 11 months ago
submitted Franz Liszt - Herbert Von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* - Mazeppa, Les Préludes, Hungarian Rhapsodies No. 2 & 4. 11 months ago
submitted The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra - Chopin By Starlight. 11 months ago
submitted Various - Walt Disney Presenta Impressionismo. 11 months ago
submitted Polizeiorchester Hansestadt Lübeck - Alte Deutsche Armeemärsche. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Controlled Bleeding. about 1 year ago
I can't spend enough words to praise and recommend one of the most original, versatile, prolific, inspired and unpredictable bands of the last 40 years. Controlled Bleeding, in the classic line-up featuring Paul Lemos, Christ Moriarty (R.I.P.) and the ... See full review
posted a comment on Current 93 / HÖH* - Island. about 1 year ago
It's snowing today, so I went back listening to this absolute masterpiece. "Island" sounds like no other Current 93 album, and not just because of HÖH's glacial keyboards. The atmosphere of these tracks is truly ultimate, as apocalyptic as ever, like ... See full review
posted a comment on Deutsch Nepal & The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud - A Night In Fear. about 1 year ago
Thank you. Unfortunately, I doubt any release involving The Moon Lay Hidden will ever see the light of a reissue, really a pity! The 90's were a time in which vinyl was apparently living on borrowed time. It's fun to see that today CDs are in the same ... See full review
submitted Панков* - Throw Out Rite. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Esplendor Geométrico - Pulsión. about 1 year ago
One of the very best EG releases. Great rhythmic industrial with crazy sampled voices and a lot of variety between the tracks. LP version is the best, six tracks only, but all six are fantastic. "Lamas" and "Metallum", in particular, are real ... See full review
posted a comment on Coil - Horse Rotorvator. about 1 year ago
Was the insert available with all copies? Mine is the original black vinyl press, but no insert.
posted a comment on Killing Joke - Extremities, Dirt And Various Repressed Emotions. about 1 year ago
This is a great album and definitely a Killing Joke classic, with several great tunes on it, but I will never understand how it's supposed to having been pioneering the industrial metal style. You hardly find any electronics here, and, moreover, basic ... See full review
posted a comment on Skinny Puppy - Weapon. about 1 year ago
The selling policy with this LP was totally ridicolous! I hope there will be a second pressing in the future?
posted a comment on The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud - A New Soldier Follows The Path Of A New King. about 1 year ago
Walking through muddy villages infested by the Black Death, while skeletons and corpses are decomposing along the path. The night is pitch black and you can hear wolves howling nearby. It's freezing, and you are alone, completely alone.
This album is a ... See full review
posted a comment on Freya Aswynn / Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Wolf Rune. about 1 year ago
I absolutely love this 7" release, and will never regret paying the price demanded in the collectors' market at the time. Although audio quality is not the best, music on side A is possilby the most emotional and epic ever recorded by Les Joyaux, while ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Mysteria Mithrae. about 1 year ago
Together with "The Lamp Of The Invisible Light" and "Im Blutfeuer", this compilation is the best spectrum of a scene that, in the good old 1990's, represented something unique and uncontaminated. It wasn't important to call it neofolk, industrial, or ... See full review
posted a comment on Blood Axis & Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Absinthia Taetra. about 1 year ago
I remember an Italian magazie advertising this CD as "Blood Axis' long-awaited second studio album". Poor fools! Blood Axis actually contributed with Michael Moynihan's vocals and Annabel Lee's violin, the latter appearing in one track only, if I ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Croix De Bois - Croix De Feu. about 1 year ago
Les Joyaux's releases were once extremely sought-after and, in a time when the Internet was young and not so many people were in this kind of music, they were nothing short of legendary. Today, quite a lot of what Erik did put out has lost most of its ... See full review
posted a comment on Inanna - Day Ov Torment. about 1 year ago
One of the maximum masterpieces of death industrial aka Norse dark music. It should have been part of the classic Cold Meat Industry catalogue of the early years, as it actually defines that style much better than anything released by the label in those ... See full review
posted a comment on Mortiis - Ånden Som Gjorde Opprør. about 1 year ago
I still love this album very much. Yes, it's incredibly cheap ambient, vocals are cheesy, and it all sounds like a soundtrack for your teenage afternoon spent playing RPGs with your friends. Yet, the first ten minutes of "En Mørk Horisont" are incredibly ... See full review
posted a comment on Blood Axis - Born Again. about 1 year ago
Well, maybe because that's not the deutsch you speak everyday, but Middle High German from the Middle Ages? CD booklet helps, in case.
posted a comment on The Alley Cats (2) - Nightmare City. about 1 year ago
You sure The Alley Cats fit into the Paisly Underground thing? I always knew they were piooners of the South California beach punk movement, especially with their debut 7" on Dangerhouse.
posted a comment on 242* - Live Code. about 1 year ago
I share the same impressions as DJ_Tinus. Having seen Front 242 live for the first time 15 years ago, I was expecting something similar to this awesome CD, but the concert was so loud that you couldn't even hear the vocals. I understood that they were ... See full review
posted a comment on KMFDM - Symbols. about 1 year ago
Why is this album so rare on vinyl that it fetches such insane prices?