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CP-10 – Bizarre Uproar “Triumph” C-44 + C-54 + 24-page book

Warehouse find! This release almost immediately sold out. I recently found a couple copies. The Finish master of filth-noise presents some of his best and most obscure material from the past 3 years. Many of these tracks have been released on super-limited cassettes, 3″s and CDr’s and are now long out of print. These tracks were carefully selected from the archives by Bizarre Uproar – as a “best of” his recent years – then carefully remastered by Ben Brucato for this release. Over an hour and a half of the most disgusting and violent noise being produced is contained on two cassettes, packaged in a black plastic bag. Also inside is a 24-page booklet with 10 two-page spread black-and-white prints of Bizarre Uproar’s collage works featuring “filth and violence, excrement, humiliation, KKK, breath control, nazi boots.” Includes stickers. Adults only!

Price: $30.00


Industrial Culture Handbook (RE/Search #6/7) Hardback

Beautiful hardback edition of this essential publication.

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From publisher: “HARDBACK only 1000 made, on superior glossy paper! Purple Endpapers! Future Collectible Rare Book. This Edition supersedes all previous editions – the Photos are So Much Sharper on the New Glossy Paper. The new Hardback looks like a brand new book! This edition is Superior to (and Supersedes) all old printings offered elsewhere on the Internet. Essential library reference guide to the deviant performance artists and musicians of the Industrial Culture moment: Survival Research Laboratories, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltarie, SPK, Non, Monte Cazazza, Johanna Went, Sordide Sentimental, R&N, and Z’ev…”

Price: $40.00


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Nnerves “The Great Imitator – Dajjal”

48-page perfect bound black & white artbook. First edition, limited to 100 copies, this book has been privately available since February 2010, and available on 1-11-11 for sale.

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For most, if not all of us, the image of the reality of our surroundings taken in by the eye becomes distorted as we process its meaning. It becomes a parallax view of reality. Our eye denies truth to our mind, or rather it is our mind denying the truth that our eye beholds. We perceive a sanitized rendering of the grotesque and necrotic decay that encroaches ever rapidly upon us. This internal alteration of the external is predictable and programmatic. Consequently, this phenomenon is constantly used as a channel for manipulation of the individual. Symbols are endlessly placed before the eye. The stimuli produce the desired effect. As these false images travel along the optic nerve and settle into the optic lobe of this being, the mind deteriorates and weakens. This occurs on a massive scale resulting in a sort of societal schizophrenia for the masses of these sickened souls. The subject is acted upon, and, as the rapid succession and superimposition of stimuli increase exponentially, the breakdown of the individual consciousness becomes imminent. It is possible, however, for some to gaze beyond the hallucinatory transmissions, but even cursory glances have the potential to wreak havoc on the mind of the observer. For those few who not only undertake the act of looking upon the uncomfortable visage of reality, but who actually choose (or are, perhaps, unfortunately cursed to do so) to rip apart the veil that conceals the awful images behind, the result is frequently catastrophic. The toll it takes on the individual psyche is tremendous. Some nevertheless still seek out the ruptures in the illusory fabric that enclose the individual—locating the fissures in the façade and opening them into wide gaping wounds in the false reality. At that point, the transmissions from both sides of this veil can be manipulated and exploited. The resulting effect is unfathomable to most. It is terrifying, and yet the decrepitude one witnesses can have its own allure nonetheless. Language alone is incapable of conveying the apprehension of lifting the veil and seeing the human form dismantled. Representations, visual, linguistic and otherwise, while inadequate to demonstrate the totality of the psychic damage, nonetheless provide a map into the constellations of madness and reality. The nexus between these two regions becomes illuminated as a synaptic pulse flickers across neural pathways of the overmind. A new circuit is opened and the membrane of the multi-verse is charged for an instant.

Old Price: $14.00

Price: $11.00

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Timeless “Madness Becomes Method” Artbook

Format : 16 x 24 cm -150 pages – Offset 4 colors printed on glossy paper – Soft cover.
Unseen or rarely seen printed art by : Romain Slocombe, Trevor Brown, Keit Ota, Tampopo, Motomichi, Seven Bastards, Daisuke Ichiba, Beatrice Cussol, Mijn Schatje, Elles Sont de Sortie, Kiki Picasso, Loulou Picasso, T5dur, Pyon, Stu Mead, Cameron Jamie, Blanquet, Gilles Berquet, Mirka Lugosi, Antoine Bernhart, Guy Lemaire, Julien Carreyn, Jonathan Canady, Jonas, Jankowsky, Fredox, Jean Pierre Le Boul’ch, Gea, Otto, Pakito Bolino, Tisbor (Splinter vs Stalin), Keith Brewer (Taint), Michael Williams (Eyehategod), Intrinsic Action, Philip Best (Whitehouse/Consumer Electonics), Bruce Benderson, Peter Christopherson (Soisong/PTV/Coil/Throbbing Gristle), Jordi Valls (Vagina Dentata Organ), Gaspar Noe, Elzo, Angelo aka Joseph Farrel, Martin of Holland.
Interview or Text (english+french) by : Dennis Cooper, Romain Slocombe, Michael Williams (Eyehategod), Philip Best


Price: $59.00