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FIST24 - Drops One (2001)

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Intro 00:22
21% 06:20
How's Work 08:09
Trash 04:47


Mark Newlands
hi mate, just about to put fist24 live on bandcamp. What was it produced on? Did you and Quirk work together or separately on the tracks?
Also was it produced in newy? Do you remember a rough time frame?

Croy Broodfood
All produced in NCL, mostly when Quirk & I lived together in that house in Noster place with various others. All Ft2 work, samples include a distorted didgeridoo (fully industrial A from memory) plus radio creepy voice over man from work & oscar the grouch in that trash tune

Mark Newlands
Excellent, thanks. Produced 2001?

Croy Broodfood
About 2000, took ages to finish
Sent from Bankstown, New South Wales


released December 15, 2001

All tracks written and produced by Croy Broodfood & Adam Quirk at the turn of the century on FastTracker 2. Took ages to finish and apparently even more ages to appear on 12" at the tradesman's entrance of 2001.
Originally issued in a full picture sleeve. This was also the first Bloody Fist 12" to feature hard-panned percussion. One irate caller to the Bloody Fist office accused us of 'selling out' due to the use of 'stereo'. It really didn't take much to sell out in those days.
The 12" sold immediately through its initial pressing, with a second small repress also selling through not long after. Fuck knows why it was then repressed a third time in such a large amount. Maybe it was so the excess sleeves didn't go to waste? They're still available as a result. And what a result!


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