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MASONNA - Open Your Cunt

"Cascades of electronic noise, a psychedelic touch, and vocal belching mixed together constitute the ingredients of Mademoiselle Anne Sanglante Ou Notre Nymphomanie Auréolé, the double-barreled name for Masonna. Maso Yamazaki founded his project in 1987, with a charismatic and glamorous personality who become a cult figure in "Japanoise" scene. Predating the era of digital domination, there was a time where artist-run labels putting out primarily, if not exclusively, tapes were legion: Toshiji Mikawa's own Pariah Tapes, Masami Akita's ZSF Produkt, Koji Tano's MSBR Records, Akifumi Nakajima's G.R.O.S.S., Hiroshi Hasegawa's Endorphine Factory, and Maso Yamazaki's Coquette are just a few examples from Japan alone. Masonna's abundant productions on his own legendary and astonishing label were presented in very limited edition, sometime totally confidential (one sole copy), and reflect his predilection for '60s psychedelic music revisited in its own very peculiar way. Mystic Another Selection Of Nurse's Naked Anthology is known for his very abrasive harsh noise that's mostly made up of lots of distorted screaming and Open Your Cuntdefinitely has tons of that. This early work is not released on Coquette, but on two other fabulous Japanese labels: Beast 666 Tapes in 1989 and Vanilla Records in 1990 in limited quantities. Tape is very loud, noisy, and has lots of angry energy. The distortion and effects on the vocals are top notch, they in combination with his awesome screaming create a complete audio assault. These eleven songs focus an electrically overcharged universe, punctuating the electric and vocal sonorous power with some quite moments and brief interruptions, conferring a very particular dynamic to these tracks. Reissued for the first time, the record has been pressed on 140 gram vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve; comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve; Edition of 199." - Urashima.
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