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DUNCAN, JOHN - First Recordings 1978-1985 V1.2

Format: 5 x LP & 7inch
Label & Cat.Number: Vinyl-On-Demand Records VOD94
Release Year: 2012
Note: second DUNCAN box on VOD collecting all early & extremely rare Vinyl- & Tape-releases 1978-1985: Organic 12" (the very first 12" from 1979), Creed 7", Nicki 7" (with CHRIS CARTER & COSEY), RIOT LP, Music you finish MC, Supplement MC, Move Forward MC, Brutal Birthday Soundtrack MC, Phantom MC, Purge MC; tracks from rare cassette compilations + bonus 7" with earliest collab recordings from 1978-1979; lim. / numb. 600 copies with certificate; a must have for any fan of this legendary Noise/Experimentalist
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €82.50


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"John Duncan has been one of the most oustanding, consistently controversial and confrontational, powerful, and compelling masters of experimentation for the last 30 years. His works range from noise to conceptual installations, shortwave-radio to enviromental recordings. Over the years, Duncan has worked on many rewarding collaborations including 'Incoming' with Christoph Heemann, 'Contact' with Andrew McKenzie (of the Hafler Trio), 'Palace of Mind' with Giuliana Stefani, 'Da Sich Die Machtgier' with Asmus Tietchens, 'Nine Suggestions' with Mika Vainio and Ilpo Visnen, 'Our Telluric Conversation' with Carl Michael von Hausswolff. Other than on his own labels AQM and Allquestions, Duncan has released records on labels such as Touch, Staalplaat, Die Stadt & Heemann's Streamline label.
This Box-Set combines all of his Vinyl- and Tape-Releases produced between 1978 and 1985 on his own AQM-Label (Organic 12, Creed & Nicki 7, Riot Lp) with music from his 82-85-Tape-Releases Music you finish, Supplement, Move Forward (Pleasure Escape), Brutal Birthday Soundtrack, Phantom and Purge). A Bonus 7 will be provided with earliest collaboration-recordings from 1978 & 79 performed as Doo-Doettes and CV Massage with artists like Michael Le Donne Bhennet, Dennis Duck, P. Mc Carthy, Fredrik Nilsen, Dennis Duck and
Tom Recchion." [label info]

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