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Artist: BIANCHI, MAURIZIO
Title: Genocidio 20
Format: CD
Label: W.m.o/r
Country: Spain
Price: $13.00
"I have no idea when Maurizio Bianchis Genocidio 20 was recorded but for various reasons it could be an old work, or perhaps something new, but if thats the case than hes playing some old tricks. The first of the six tracks starts out with a nazi speech (not Adolf, but somebody else, I think Rudolf Hess, but identifying voices of nazi idiots is not my science) and quite quickly piercing electronics. Other nazi people also have their say. This could be MBs Weltanschauung record from a quarter of century ago. I believe he lost interest in this kind of stuff, hence me doubting the recentness of this release. But the fourth piece starts out really soft, and that is very unlike early 80s recordings, so perhaps this is recent?" - Vital Weekly. "This is a real puzzler, as theres practically no information whatsoever.. which leads me to guess that it dates from the early 80s, Bianchis "nasty" period, before he became a Jehovahs Witness" - DW.

Artist: JUNKO & MATTIN
Title: Pinknoise
Format: CD
Label: W.m.o/r
Country: Spain
Price: $12.00
"Junko (Hijo Kaidan)- voice Mattin-computer feedback. mastered by Taku Unami, recorded by Masae Ito at Tanker Studios (Tokyo) on the 5th of April 2004." - W.m.o/r.

Artist: RUSSELL, BRUCE
Title: 21st Century Field Hollers and Prison Songs
Format: CDR/Book
Label: W.m.o/r
Country: Spain
Price: $13.00
"This album has been made entirely from samples taken from the Midnight Crossroads Tape Recorder Blues album, which I made with Ralf Wehowsky for A Bruit Secret. Like that album it is a tribute to the spirit of the blues, viewed through a prism of 21st century cultural criticism. It evokes an earlier era when the relationship between a performer and a song arose out of a community, not a property relation. In appropriating my own material I have short-circuited the prevailing ethos of piracy and bricolage, and returned in a sense, to my self. Despite being made in New Zealand, and using some recordings from the Rhineland, the two places that are really central to this album are the Mississippi Delta and the island of Jamaica." - Bruce Russell (Dead C).
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