Sunday, March 4, 2007

THANKS TO ANONYMOUS FOR FILLING IN THE THREE BLANKS...

Some kind soul has seen fit to take my prompt and has filled in the three missing posts, so links for the Aiyoku Jinmin Joji Gekijo compilation, Code BMUS EP and Light Bulb Christmas cassette on LAFMS are now back up again. Whoever you are...I owe you one!

12 comments:

Jim Slip said...

Thanks a lot for the amazing shares.

If I may post a request, I'm after the Norman Salant - "sax talk" album, from 1981.

Michael said...

Hi MUTANT SOUNDS, I just found this great blog and I have to say 'WOW!!!'.
Really special and scarce items !!! And I like (most of) them!

I have also one request:

"The Signal To Noise Set" from Australia in the early 80's (with Informatics, Dono Detti etc)

Bye for now

vdoandsound said...

MIchael...thanks for the kind words. The Dono Detto cuts on Signal are nice but overall, thats not an album I feel all that strongly about, alas...

vdoandsound said...

Ji Slip...nope...don't know Salent...

Jim Slip said...

Salant. Norman Salant. -)

Saxophonist. From what I heard, this album is like a post-modern version of new-wave vignettes.

I don't have a %#@%$#% credit card, or I would buy it from e-bay or something.

Thanks all the same. -)

Morphy said...

I have the A4 insert from STRIKE NOW feature lyrics and a sheet on how to make a record (circa 1981/2)

I also have a zip file of TapeOneGo Bellydance, Code BMUS's cassette that was distributed via Rough Trade also includes scan of cover. Very happy to supply these to MUTANT SOUNDS.

Regards

Morphy

mutantsounds said...

that would be great Morphy!

Russell said...

Here is the link for the sleeve notes for CODE BMUS STRIKE NOW. Includes lyrics and a how to for DIY record production circa 1982.

http://www.mediafire.com/?cvund5khx0y

Cheers

Morphy

Russell said...

Don't know if you got the link to TapeOneGo BellyDance so here it is again: http://www.mediafire.com/?bj55zjxqkk0

MP3s for each side of the cassette and the sleeve notes.

Cheers

Morphy

Anonymous said...

Hi Mutant Sounds,

Code BMUS' blog post is still available on Web Archive including your very positive review.

http://web.archive.org/web/20070516050417/http://mutant-sounds.blogspot.com/2007/03/code-bmus-strike-now-12-ep-1982-uk.html

Cheers

Morphy

saxtalk said...

hey jim slip: it's easily found. go to normansalant.com.

cheers!

Threshold Tapes said...

Any chance you could re-up the TapeOneGo Bellydance cassette Morphy? I've had the Strike Now! 12" in my collection since release but wasn't aware Code BMUS had ever had anything else available. I remember searching the internet for them some years ago with absolutely no hits. Must've been prior to 2007, I guess, when this blog post first went up.