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Psyclones - AcidHead (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Evil Acidhead - PART I- INVOCATION by GOLDSTARPR published on TZ ‘Part I: Invocation’ was originally released on the cassette-only album, “In The Name of All That is Unholy” in the late ’s by John McBain’s (of Monster Magnet & Wellwater Conspiracy) alter-ego, Evil Acidhead.
  2. Jun 07,  · Cult Leader Gang-Raped By Disciples || || Industrial, Punk, Experimental || Cassette, C60 - Label: Ladd-Frith. specukarelolilangahanatislu.infoinfo
  3. Psyclones - Fall In Time Chukk Green - Shoes For Freedom Platform 23 presents the 2nd collection of songs selected from the Alternative Funk series released Vox Man and VP Records. Originally appearing in across 1 vinyl and 2 cassette albums these cult collections have long been in collectors (and bootleggers) sights and finally.
  4. May 11,  · The cassette format, which can hold up to 90 minutes of music without sacrificing sound quality, encourages some performers to write longer pieces than would fit on an album.
  5. Jan 28,  · Psyclones "Greatest Hits ", Ladd-Frith () This is a fan video. I made this one just because I love this track and this artist and I want to share it .
  6. Cassette culture (or the cassette underground) refers to the practices associated with amateur production and distribution of recorded music that emerged in the late s via home-made audio cassettes. It is characterized by the adoption of home recording by independent artists, and involvement in ad-hoc self-distribution and promotion networks—primarily conducted through mail (though there.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the C60 Cassette release of Our Latest Cassette on Discogs.
  8. Psyclones also put out many lps and singles on other their own label Ladd-Frith. Joining other independent musicians in on various cassette / LPs /industrial music / noise compilations. Their performance at Club Foot was noteworthy. A live show in a small San Francisco underground club, the Psyclones played synth, tapes, echo trumpet, guitar.

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