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Monte Cazazza - Something For Nobody flac album

Monte Cazazza - Something For Nobody flac album Performer: Monte Cazazza
Title: Something For Nobody
Style: Industrial
Released: 1980
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1970 mb
FLAC album: 1865 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MMF MP2 MIDI TTA MP4 WMA ASF
Genre: Electronic

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Complete your Monte Cazazza collection. Especially "Kick That Habit Man", permutating the lyric hovering over a slow remorseless electronic rhythm, is really sick.

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Compilation album by Monte Cazazza. Monte Cazazza: "Kick The Habit Man" – 2:04. Vocals, Guitar, Featuring (sequencer and rhythms): Monte Cazazza. Lyrics written by: Brion Gysin. Track 9 was previously unreleased (1979). Tracks 10 & 11 are from the Stairway To Hell/Sex Is No Emergency 7" (Sordide Sentimental, SS45007, 1982).

Monte Cazazza ‎– Stairway To Hell - Sex Is No Emergency. monte cazazza sordide sentimental.

Monte Cazazza: "Kick The Habit Man" - 2:04.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Distress
Vocals – Monte Cazazza
2:21
A2 Mary Bell
Narrator [Narration] – Monte CazazzaPiano – Cosey Fanni TuttiVocals – Cosey Fanni Tutti, Kim Norris, Tana Emmolo Smith*
2:22
A3 Kick That Habit Man
Text By [Poem] – Brion GysinVocals, Guitar, Performer [Rhythms], Sequenced By [Sequencer] – Monte Cazazza
2:03
B First / Last
Guitar – Tana Emmolo Smith*Vocals, Synthesizer – Monte Cazazza
5:15

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Industrial Records Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – Trident Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Industrial Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Industrial Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Southern Music

Credits

  • Artwork [Tattoo] – Alan Oversby
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Chris Carter
  • Lacquer Cut By – Steve Angel
  • Painting ["Mary Bell", 1980] – Val Denham
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph] – Peter Christopherson
  • Producer – Sinclair/Brooks
  • Technician [Technical Supervision] – Genesis P-Orridge, Peter Christopherson
  • Written-By – Monte Cazazza (tracks: A1, A2, B)

Notes

A1 compiled from tapes made at Chabot Gun Range, Oakland, California, U.S.A.
A3 is a permutation poem by Brion Gysin and used with his kind permission.
Effects: Cartertronics.
Recorded at Industrial Records Studios, Martello St., London, during February 1980.

Limited edition of 3,500 copies.

Initial pressings came with a 'commemorative' postcard of a painting of Mary Bell by Val Denham and lyrics to the song.

The sides are switched on the record from what is listed on the cover.

A Sinclair/Brooks Production
℗ & © 1980 Industrial Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): IR 0010 B[A scratched]-1 TERMINATE WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): IR 0010 A[B scratched]-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IR 0010 Monte Cazazza Something For Nobody ‎(7", TP) Industrial Records IR 0010 UK 1980


Comments: (1)
Ginaun
Very cool single. Especially "Kick That Habit Man", permutating the lyric hovering over a slow remorseless electronic rhythm, is really sick. The other tracks are not as strong, but also very good. Recommended. Accessible as original Industrial Records release through Chris & Cosey mailorder still in the 90's.