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Speaking for the Edith side: This record is an audio sculpture painstakingly drawn from several years' worth of various tapes. The recordings, as individual tracks, and as presented as one side of an album, are extremely deliberate; I feel this is worth mentioning because it may sound rather nebulous and random to some listeners.

I did not get much feedback from my work; however, several folks said they liked the Baz side, especially the song "Quarantine", which has logically been chosen as the featured song for this release.

The LP jackets were scavenged from whatever crappy records I could find at yard sales and then defaced with deli stickers, taped-on writings and printoffs, grease-pencil scribblings, and whatever else was handy. The idea was to confuse everyone, since each cover looked radically different from the other, and the band names were changed for each cover also. 200 copies pressed.

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released September 11, 2001

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Cult of Lamashtu Lancaster, New Hampshire

Cult of Lamashtu, formerly Nauscopy, formerly Burping Turds Musick, was started in 1991 as a tape label when I was in California. Over the years it grew to release pressed CDs and vinyl records that included the likes of the Sun City Girls, Faxed Head, Trumans Water, MSBR, the Feederz, Guaranteed Katch, Brown Cuts Neighbors, Rorn, and dozens of others. Stay tuned for a 7" by Kingdom Scum! ... more

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