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Old 01-03-2019, 05:52 PM   #21 (permalink)
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My only weird one also has a double groove--the A side of Renaldo and the Loaf's Songs for Swinging Larvae is a loop of them saying "boom boom crash crash", which is also what kicks off the B side.

For the unintentionally weird, I have an Anakrid record that's warped that I think sounds pretty cool with the needle coming off and back onto the record.
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Old 01-03-2019, 05:54 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Not sure if it counts as an anti-record, but don't you have that one Christian Marclay vinyl project that allows the listener to manipulate the grooves or something like that?
Yeah, "Record Without a Cover." I bought at least two copies directly from him in Chicago around '86.
One clean copy and another copy that I scratched up by walking down Clark St. while mostly rubbing it
up against the sides of buildings (there were occasional "rubbings" on sidewalks as well).
Then, I would play it in-store for customers. When it wasn't "in use," it would be mounted on the wall
as a clock with numbers stuck on it. I remember a guy named Clay Grossman who insisted that he find
something to wrap the album in. He was so paranoid that he was going to ruin it.
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I feel like I've stepped into a bizarre yet interesting world.
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Old 01-03-2019, 08:44 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I feel like I've stepped into a bizarre yet interesting world.
Oh, yeah! ...and a fun one too!
I had graduated to CD 💿 live performance alterations by that time.
It was amazing what you could do with colored markers.
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Déficit des années antérieures - Aventures en Afrique

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1980
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Thoughts: Very short, lo-fi, and tribal with droning, chanting vocals.

Release info: Released on vinyl in a handpainted cardboard box in 1980 (Illusion / IP 005, France).
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Déficit des années antérieures - Bacterial Voice Epidemia / E.B.V.

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1980
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Thoughts: Have you ever had someone stand there and scream at you with all his might, desperately trying to tell you something? I mean, weeping and praying, and you know he's got something really important to say--it's vital that you understand!--but you can't understand a word hes saying? The pounding drums and the relentless reverb are chasing him down the well of his own vocals. Wait...is that German?

Release info: Released on vinyl in 1980 (Illusion / IP 004, France).

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Old 01-04-2019, 04:09 PM   #27 (permalink)
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The Hafler Trio - Bang! - An Open Letter

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1984
Sound Collage, Plunderphonics

Thoughts: If If you're If you're going going to going to write write an write an open open letter open letter to to the to the world world about world about contemporary contemporary political contemporary political problems problems problems problems problems problems problems problems problems problems problems, it's it's best it's best to to make to make sure sure your sure your message message is message is clear clear clear clear clear. It It took It took a a long a long time time for time for me me to me to craft craft this craft this. Sometimes when I'm wanking, I watch myself in the mirror, trying new techniques, which I then interview myself about, so I can wank while I wank.

Release info: Released on vinyl in 1984 (Doublevision / DVR 4, UK) and then re-issued on CD in 1994 (Touch / KUT 1, UK).
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My friend came over today and brought with him one of his recent songs. It's a short, simple synth-driven song about all the different kinds of sandwiches. During his visit, we talked about gaming and music, and as far as our music topics went, I introduced him to the concept of the anti-record. Since he was fascinated by the idea, I asked him if I could turn his song into an anti-song. He gave me permission, so I opened the file in Audacity and grabbed a d20, rolling the die to randomly select effects to be applied. I also used the d20 and percentile dice to randomly assign values to variable fields.

This is what we came up with. The vocals kick in halfway through.
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Le Forte Four - Bikini Tennis Shoes

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1975
Free Improvisation, Sound Collage

Thoughts: As founders of LAFMS, these guys and gals put the "free" in free music. Most of this album is composed of fuckaround tracks that are less than a minute, mostly involving snippets of conversation or melody. There's even some belching.

Release info: Released on limited edition vinyl of 200 copies with hand-pasted front and back cover in 1975 (LAFMS / LAFMS 1, USA), then re-issued on numbered edition vinyl again in 2017 (États-Unis / etat04, USA).
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