Out via Minimal Maximal by the end of November (but probably sold out by then – you can order your copy here) is the vinyl/CD “The valence of noise” compiling all of Numb’s hard to find compilation tracks. Included is for instance the band’s notorious cover of Mr. Roger’s Neighbourhood. This collector’s limited edition (including a CD) of 500 hand-numbered vinyl copies will have no re-press and is bound to sell out in no time.
Track list: “Shithammer (dread & bled mix)”, “Eugene (pickaxe mix by pig and andrew burton)”, “Won’t you be my neighbor (theme from Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood)”, “Blood (crash and burn edit)”, “Half – life”, “Blind (hyper dilated mix)”, “Suspiria” and “Statik”.
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