Thursday, May 17, 2007

Narwal-De Dood Heet Leven,tape,199?,Netherlands

Here's another tape of this wonderful psychedelic droning side project of De Fabriek.Unfortunately no infos found,and no pic sleeve scans.Any help is much appreciated.

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10 comments:

John P said...

I've got all these tapes back in the States, and have put off bringing them back here with me for fear that all the airport security measures would erase them somehow.

I should be able to get covers to you in the summer.

mutantsounds said...

great!thanks so much

Anonymous said...

fear that all the airport security measures would erase them somehow.

BUSH'S FAULT!

Anonymous said...

...when speaking of dutch bands, I have a big request to get the De Zandkorrels cassette back from the 80's, if anyone's in the knows...

Anonymous said...

Why are all queries about the promised re-upload of the fixed Uppsala track being ignored? I know I'm not the only one who's wondering what's going on. It's very weird that no one running this blog has responded to any of the queries since saying it was going to be posted imminently weeks ago. I love your blog but being constantly ignored over this point is really starting to bug me. I'm just asking for some communication. If there's a problem, please tell us.

mutantsounds said...

there is a problem...actually the Upsalla cd that i have is damaged on the aformentioned track and i can do nothing about it....i 'm searching for a new copy

Anonymous said...

I have a request: do you happen to have Boyd Rice/NON Pagan Muzak? I don't think that it's ever been re-released...Would love to hear it as his Black Album is one of my favorites. Thank you,

-Jon

Anonymous said...

hi . I made this ripp

best / METEK

Jopie said...

These Narwal recordings are very interesting and good. I would like to see the scanned sleeve info. There circulated an old De Fabriek orderlist on Angelfire which mentions Narwal Nirvana 5 & 6, both C90 tapes. This must be one of them. Any information is more than welcome.

William III said...

Narwal dood heet leven ("the dead hate the living") is a great tape, side 1 takes you off into an earlier radio era, side 2 carries you off to a sleeping wonderland of greatness.