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Merzbox Sampler

Merzbox Sampler
Merzbow
Released January 1998 (1998-01)
Recorded 1979–1997
Genre Noise
Length 58:31
Label Extreme
Producer Masami Akita
Merzbow chronology

Hybrid Noisebloom
(1997)
Merzbox Sampler
(1998)
New Takamagahara
(1998)

Merzbox Sampler is a compilation album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. The tracks were taken from various discs that later formed the 50-CD box set Merzbox.[1]

Track listing

All music composed by Masami Akita.
No. Title Length
1. "Tape Dada" (from Remblandt Assemblage) 5:53
2. "Untitled (excerpt)" (from Collection Era Vol. 3) 5:36
3. "4.37" (from Yantra Material Action) 4:39
4. "Swamp Metal" (from Agnihotra) 6:29
5. "Helga's Disco" (from Pornoise Extra) 5:34
6. "Extract 4" (from S.C.U.M. Vol. 1) 5:48
7. "Autopussy Go No Go" (from Cloud Cock OO Grand) 7:37
8. "Electric Peekaboo" (from Brain Ticket Death) 3:46
9. "Minus Zero" (from Red Magnesia Pink) 5:55
10. "Silver Scintillator (excerpt)" (from Rhinogradentia) 7:14

Personnel

  • Masami Akita – performer, image

References

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