The leading industrial / electro mailorder Storming The Base has launched a dead cheap compilation – available here – holding 12 tracks by such bands as Dead When I Found Her, v01d, Out Out, Noise Unit, Glass Apple Bonzai and Controlled Bleeding. Note that the Dead When I Found Her track “Tantrum” is premiering here, great track we must say!
Here’s what the mailorder says about this comp: “It’s our first super-cheap, please-don’t-use-me-as-a-coaster label compilation! 12 tracks, many previously unreleased, all on a CD inside a cardboard sleeve. You can even proclaim how awesome you are for buying music by making basically no investment whatsoever! YAY!” Important detail for the hamsters among you, when you buy 3 or more, the price goes down and down and down and down…
01. Dead When I Found Her – Tantrum 03:56
02. Dead When I Found Her – Expiring Time 06:40
03. v01d – All The Rage 04:40
04. v01d – Retrograde 03:56
05. Out Out – Shut Up! 04:14
06. Out Out – Look Up, Hannah 04:28
07. Glass Apple Bonzai – Holy War 05:32
08. Glass Apple Bonzai – What They Say 05:13
09. Noise Unit – Agitate 06:16
10. Noise Unit – Deceit 05:22
11. Controlled Bleeding – Carving Song 05:59
12. Controlled Bleeding – Lung Dub 03:54
You can buy the compilation right here (for US readers, all orders above 100 US$ is being shipped for free, so better add a few extra items)!
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