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Artist: COTTON MUSEUM
Title: Sick Llama Remixxx
Format: Cass
Label: Fag Tapes
Country: USA
Price: $8.50
"rescued from the sticky soda pop garbage floor of a movie theater. original recordings never used for anything till now, and now they are stretched and fogged. edition 77." - Fag Tapes.

Artist: COTTON MUSEUM
Title: No Face In The Bog
Format: LP
Label: QBICO
Country: Italy
Price: $25.00
"Cows milk vinyl, artworks and music by Chris Pottinger, with insert. Side A originally released as a limited edition CD-R art set in 100 copies on Tasty Soil, Creature. B1 track is unreleased, recorded in 2007. B2 originally released in 2006 on Fag Tapes as a side of a tour cassette with Sick Llama. B3 was played as a loop for 8 months straight on a pirate radio station that broadcast out of the Cloud House on 107.9 FM. Far-out electronic music for the third millennium! The track on side A is side long and totally insane (dont know but I hear echoes of Kawabatas solo on Qbico #11, could be a new step/continuation?!), my amplifiers pointers never went so schizophrenic! Side B starts with a short electronic meditation thinned out by pure acid. The middle piece is long and it grows on you, deeper and deeper. This futuristic rocket ends with a mesmerizing short track that was broadcast as a loop on a pirate radio station for 8 consecutive months! All in tune: the cover, the vinyl color, the music AND the creatures! An exhibition (curated by Thurston Moore) of Chris Pottingers fine artwork was displayed at the latest No Fun Fest." -Qbico

Artist: COTTON MUSEUM
Title: Pus Pustules
Format: LP
Label: Tasty Soil
Country: USA
Price: $14.00
""PUS PUSTULES" is one of the most diseased COTTON MUSEUM recordings to date. Clocking in at 21 minutes on side A, adorned with with a detailed etching of sickly beasts on side B and a five color silk screened album cover designed by Chris Pottinger. Theremin, Synth, and other odd electronic instruments create a bubbling cesspool of rotting sounds that leak from your stereo speakers like a cancerous sludge. Take a trip through a strange world where you can hear these sickly beasts devouring corpses while insects sting their bodies, leaving them covered with infected welts.Cotton Museum is a solo electronic noise project from visual artist Chris Pottinger that has been performing for the past seven years. Limited edition of 400 hand numbered copies, black vinyl with thick chipboard album cover." -Tasty Soil

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