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Another Merzbow Records

Another Merzbow Records
Merzbow
Released February 22, 2010
Recorded 1991–2001
Genre Noise music
Length 2:32:07
Label Dirter Promotions
Producer Masami Akita
Merzbow chronology

Microkosmos | Volume 1
(2009)
Another Merzbow Records
(2010)
Graft
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Musique Machine 5/5 stars[1]
The Quietus favorable[2]

Another Merzbow Records is a compilation album by the noise artist Merzbow, released in 2010.

It compiles tracks from various other compilations and splits from 1991–2001, most of which are out of print. It comes as 3 CDs in individual full-colour sleeves, pack in a bronze coloured slipcase. The set is limited to 1000 copies.[3]

Track listing

CD1
No. Title Length
1. "Glass"   2:16
2. "Yahowa Stackridge"   10:46
3. "Hiturbo No. 4"   4:02
4. "Phillo-Jazz Electronica"   18:59
5. "20"   2:32
6. "Pretties for You"   6:18
7. "Eat Beat Eat #2"   6:30
Total length:
51:23
CD2
No. Title Length
1. "Ooga Booga"   5:27
2. "Elephant Memory"   6:29
3. "Eat Beat Eat #1"   4:54
4. "Motorond"   9:42
5. "Superhead"   2:15
6. "Elysia, Valley of the Metal"   10:15
7. "Audio Pubic"   8:47
Total length:
47:49
CD3
No. Title Length
1. "T-2000"   3:56
2. "Vanlla Groon"   7:55
3. "Ab Hunter"   15:22
4. "Black Cat"   9:05
5. "Routemaster"   17:07
Total length:
53:25

Credits

Notes

  • CD1 #1, #5 from Extreme Music from Japan (1994 Susan Lawly, UK)
  • CD1 #2 from Conception: The Dark Evolution of Electronics Vol.1 (1997 AVA/Live Bait, USA)
  • CD1 #3 from X-X Section (1991 Extreme, Australia)
  • CD1 #4 from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (1994 Fool's Paradise, UK)
  • CD1 #6 from Music Should Hurt (1996 Self Abuse Records, USA)
  • CD1 #7, CD2 #3 from Scumtron (1997 Blast First, UK)
  • CD2 #1 from Wohlstand German-Japanese Noise Compilation (1994 Human Wrechords, Germany)
  • CD2 #2 from Indiscreet Stereo Test Record (1995 Discreet/Indiscreet, Canada)
  • CD2 #4 from Non Stop Noise Party (The Death of Rock 'n' Roll) (1996 Hond In De Goot, Holland)
  • CD2 #5 from Come Again II (1993 Furnace, USA)
  • CD2 #6 from World Record (1992 Alchemy Records, Japan)
  • CD2 #7 from The Rebirth of Fool Volume One (1997 Dual Plover, Australia)
  • CD3 #1, #2, #4 from Switching Rethorics (2001 Bisect Bleep Industries, France)
  • CD3 #3 from Split Series 1-8 (1999 Fat Cat Records, UK)
  • CD3 #5 from Avanto-00 (2000 Avanto Recordings, Finland)

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