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2017 Cassette Reissue
Cassette + Digital Album
These are real time individual dubs from a digital master which was captured from the very original cassette used to record the night's proceedings. BEWARE: there'll probably be some 'tape swim' and dropouts which happened during the original recording due to dodgy equipment and alcohol consumption. We don't care. Just pretend it's "charming" or something.
You'll receive a fully hand assembled, red translucent cassette with unaltered original J-card artwork. One hundred-odd minutes of WTF for the original 1995 price of AU$12 (plus quite frankly an unjustifiably outrageous amount added for shipping, courtesy of everybody's favourite monopoly, Australia Post). Limited copies.
Includes unlimited streaming of FISTC-08 - Bloody Fist Live At The Slaughterhouse May '95 (1995)
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Recorded very badly at 'The Slaughterhouse' demolition party in May 1995, somewhere in McCormack St, Newcastle, Australia. This rubbish live cassette recording which became FISTC-08 doesn't really do the party justice, but aside from the house demolition chaos that took place that evening, the recording is a quick and messy snapshot of where the label was at in May 1995. Tracks appeared from Nasenbluten, Overcast, Xylocaine, Disassembler, Syndicate, Netas, Memetic and Embolism.
Free download. (Yes there's dropouts and all sorts of technical issues and drunken fuckups throughout the recording. If your equipment isn't on its last legs you're not doing it right). Enjoy!
First released in 2001 on CDR and then again numerous times with track variations up to 2005. This is the final 2005 version. Artwork, including booklet and track listing included as PDF file. Bloody Fist Records
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Awesome dark oozes through ethereal spaces as dnb breakbeats infect with irrepressible rhythms. I remember when I first heard a few tracks of his in the late 90s on a DHC compilation. I looked all over for more, but back in those days there was no internet, and believe it or not my local cd shops didn't carry him :) Some things have improved after all ! Do Na