CONTROLLED BLEEDING Blistered Bags of Fodder Swaying: Works: 1980 10CD BOX 2018 LTD.500

Art.Nr.: 41514

EAN: 0628070627721


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Blistered Bags of Fodder Swaying: Works: 1980

Format: Deluxe 10CD Bound Book Boxset (Vinyl-sized!), limited to strictly 500!
Year: 2018
Label: Artoffact

Box Contents:

CD1: ‘Death in the Cameroon’
CD2: ‘The Art Barbeque "Feet Hacked Rails"
CD3: ‘Headcrack’
CD4: ‘Between Tides’
CD5: ‘Curd’
CD6: ‘Core’
CD7: Paul Lemos & Joe Papa "Music for Stolen Icon"
CD8: ‘Music for the scourging Ground’
CD9: ‘Music for gilded Chambers’
CD10: ‘Songs from the Drain’

Info: Collects 10 Controlled Bleeding albums from 1985 – 1988, of which many have never been released on CD. The Book includes a longform essay by Controlled Bleeding founder Paul Lemos
The period between 1985 and 1988 was the most productive in the long history of Controlled Bleeding. No fewer than 13 albums and three split works were released in this short timeframe, starting with Death in the Cameroon, and including releases on Sub Rosa, Dossier, and many others. Founder Paul Lemos, along with long-time members Joe Papa and Chris Moriarty produced material relentlessly over this three to four year span, experimenting with noise, industrial, tribal sounds, goth, ethereal, and ambient music. In hind-sight, this furious output set the stage f or Controlled Bleeding's more famous Wax Trax works, but the material itself found its way to every corner of the experimental world, and it influenced everyone. This box contains material released between 1985 and 1988, much of which has been out of print for decades. The set starts with the tape-only Death in the Cameroon, and includes 7 more Controlled Bleeding albums, including ‘Headcrack’, which has never been released on CD. Also included are two Controlled Bleeding off-shoots: the industrial one-off project ‘The Art Barbeque’ [1985] and the Lemos / Papa collaboration ‘Music for stolen Icon’ [1986]. The set includes large-size reproductions of the front and back covers of each release, as well as a longform essay by Paul Lemos. All material has been remastered and restored.
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