Label : 777 Was 666, Japan / originally released by AQM, Japan, 1984
Ripped by Monsieur Morbidito
"My copy is 777was666 reissue (or bootleg?). It is quite subtle material, not sure if the
original AQM tapes sounded similar. Still I find this simple and crude
material very beautiful". Monsieur Morbidito
With that third and last Raksha Mancham LP (that includes few reworked tracks from "The Way Of Dead Indians" and "Demain Est Le Dernier Jour" cassettes), the complete Kangyur Recordings / Raksha Mancham pre-CD discography in now available on that blog.
A1. Culturcide (Initial Part) (1:48)
A2. Chu-Shi Khang-Druk (6:15)
A3. Combat Of Faith (3:03)
A4. Chams (1:54)
A5. Fight (4:20) sMon-Thangs Side
B1. The Way Of The Abyss (3:12)
B2. Waiting For Someone Who's Already Gone Away (4:25)
B3. Thoughts (To Drolma And Tara) (1:53)
B4. Karma (Aphrodite) (5:16)
B4. Culturcide (Final Part) (1:27)
B5. Gyaltsen (2:19)
Second Raksha Mancham LP, including new versions of two tracks from the first LP.
A1. Armenian Nightmare (Tribal War) (4:28)
A2. The Last Indian (2:57)
A3. Wounded Knee (1:11)
A4. Kepulauan (4:14)
B1. The Prisoner (Benjamin Moloise) (1:38)
B2. Aborigenee (4:59)
B3 + B4. The Pornography Of Despair + Red Star Over Tibet (2:34)
B5. The Last Days Of Khay Wangdi (2:33)
Label : Ironflame, Germany, 2008
Ripped by paphio23
That LP was released for the Berlin Bruit festival on August 30, 2008.
Each visitor received with the ticket a hand-numbered and individual copy with the # and his name written on the label sticker.
A1. Last Dominion Lost - Perdue (5:48)
A2. Z'EV - Untitled (4:47)
A3. Sutcliffe Jugend - What If (Blind Ignorant) (5:33)
B1. nEGEPADRES.3.3. - Djeloul The Emerald Rorqual (5:57)
B2. Column One - Queens Of Alley (6:21)
B3. Ditterich v. Euler-Donnersperg - Die Pickelbacke Des Kleinen Fritz (4:04)
Label : Staalplaat, The Netherlands, 1990
Ripped by paphio23
That blog has long been opened to external contributors ; paphio23 was the first one. He has just provided us more nice rips that I will post in the next few weeks. The first one is the CD edition of the legendary Q.E.D. compilation.
1. Laibach - Organofonia Ramovs (5:12)
2. Die Form - Ataxia (2:52)
3. Z'EV - Untitled Excerpt (7:31)
4. SPK - Ebony Tower In The Orient (3:35)
5. Radio Rabotnik TV - Leader (2:50)
6. Der Plan - Kennen Sie Koeln? (3:03)
7. Chris & Cosey - Delirium 2 (4:56)
8. Het Zweet - Tribal Noise 2 (3:11)
9. Sprung Aus Den Wolken - Anyway, Don't Do The Sport Fuck (2:23)
10. The Hafler Trio - Restimulation (2:02)
11. Konrad Becker - Mutation-Waltz (2:22)
12. Einstürzende Neubauten - Meningitus (5:00)
13. Kleg - II (De Executie) (3:54)
14. P16D4 - E & E (1:45)
15. Peter Zegveld - Gejuich Der Miljoenen (3:35)
16. Etant Donnés - L'Esprit Domine L'Etoile (2:03)
17. Code Public - Oirat (3:07)
18. Club Moral - I Wanna Be Injured: L'Age D'Or No 2 & 3 (5:09)
19. S.B.O.T.H.I. - C.B.A. (1:56)
20. Test Dept. - Demonomania (6:51)
After more than half a decade of alternative / independant / post-industrial / experimental music blogging, it seems obvious that french band Vox Populi! is very much cherished by many of us. The good news is that it is reciprocal : Vox Populi!'s frontman Axel Kyrou and his life/musical partner Mitra Khalatbari are some of the most blog sharing supportive artists I know. As a result, the nearly complete Vox Populi! discography is available on blogs for free download, especially on Atlantis Audio Archive, The Thing On The Doorstep, Nostalgie De La Boue and Art Of Losing. Some of us even posted unreleased material Axel had especially assembled for sharing on our blogs. See the list below for finding all that.
In the same spirit, Axel and Mitra proposed us to rediscover one of the band's early classics : the split cassette with VOX 231 released in 1986 by Cthulhu Records, "Ebats Spirituels". He remastered the original recordings and added some unreleased material from the same period he recently rediscovered after he had his Revox repaired. Sometimes this year, the second Vox Populi! cassette released by Cthulhu Records in 1987, "Half Dead Ganja Music" (that is in my opinion one of the best albums of the band, if not THE best), should be re-issued on vinyl. That's great news ! But if you ask me this is not enough : I think a large part of the music produced by Vox Populi! during the eighties and early nineties should be re-released on physical format. For example, I'm dreaming of a 5 or 6 LPs boxset on Vinyl-on-demand. And I'm sure I'm not the only one...
Carlo once wrote me about that CD : "one of my all-time favourite releases (in my opinion it could easily be one of the best Nurse With Wound works)".
More Piume E Sangue releases are available here and here.