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Format: 7inch/10inch/LP-set
Label & Cat.Number: Alt.Vinyl av040.041.042r
Release Year: 2013
Note: re-issue of last years box which sold out immediately, now much cheaper coming with three black standard-sleeves mounted together geometrically (without box) => the first full ZOVIET FRANCE-release in many years, released on the "magical date" 7.Oct.12, three label-less + completely unmarked heavy weight translucent records in 7"/10"/12" format, great stuff again! Re-edition of 250 copies
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €35.00
Warning: Currently we do not have this album in stock!

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"a minimalist repress of this classic release from 2012 which sold out globally in ONE day!

RoW review: Six months after the release of the limited edition '7.10.12' vinyl boxed set, alt.vinyl and :zoviet*france: are making the music from the album more widely available in a more conventional form. Retaining the original 7-inch, 10-inch and 12-inch vinyl formats, the three discs are pressed in standard black vinyl and packaged together in plain black sleeves." [label info]


"No need to belabor the point on this one. This is the first Zoviet France record in 13 years. It's a triple vinyl set with a 12", a 10", and a 7". This is the second pressing mind you, as the first sold out in less than a day when it was released back on October 7, 2012 (a fitting date for the format!). We can safely report that the droning loops are as good as anything that Zoviet France did during the latter part of the Robin Storey era (e.g. Shadow Thief Of The Sun, Shouting At The Ground, Look Into Me, etc.). Storey and Ben Ponton were responsible for the best work for Zoviet France from 1981 to the early 90s, producing beautiful hypnogogic sounds, looping passages, and ethnomusicologically unhinged instrumentation all cast through tape delay effects and time-lag accumulation. Storey left unceremoniously in 1992 taking with him Zoviet France's prolific work ethic, but never really achieved the full glory that Zoviet France once had. Ponton continued on with the project in fits and starts, but he never seemed to find the right chemistry... until now. If you know Zoviet France's work even in passing, you will NOT be sorry. At the same time, we are not all that confident we'll be able to stock this in the future. Delay picking this up at your peril." [Aquarius Records]