Monday, 30 December 2013

M.B. ( Maurizio Bianchi ) - "Industrial Tape" ( self -released Cassette 01) 1980


Boy this is good.....let me explain.
Track one sounds like several records stuck in a lock-groove edited together under ten feet of dirty water.
Track two sounds like several recordings of wild animals being drowned stuck in a lock-groove.....er....underwater!
Track three sounds like Sweep from the 'Sooty Show'* being slowly liquidised in a blunt blender.
And track four is the sound of the blender dying as Sweep's mangled textile body wraps around the blades.
Again....underwater!
Those Italians!!!!

This is definitely the muzak they should play to the workforce in sweatshops all across the undeveloped world, to help them rebel and save the Earth from ourselves.......in fact, why bother, we all deserve our inevitable fate.......extinction is natural kids, embrace it.

* For Jonny Foreigner out there,'The Sooty and Sweep Show' was a kiddies TV programme in the UK from 1950's to the present day.....bizarre is not the word! Check it out HERE!

TRACK LISTING:


A1
Untitled 14:16
A2
Untitled 15:58
B1
Untitled 15:46
B2
Untitled 14:26

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2 comments:

Petty Vendetta said...

Thanks for the moving testimony Jonny-must listen to this one.

Worthless Recluse said...

This was reissued on cassette earlier this year by Austrian label Feathered Coyote Records. You can still pick up a copy here:
http://featheredcoyote.storenvy.com/products/1700242-mb-industrial-tape-fcr22