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Old 10.23.2008, 11:38 PM   #68
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Out on 4th November:

The first in a series of DEAD C REISSUES being released collaboratively with Ba Da Bing Records.

With a catalogue spanning from the subversion of traditional song structure to stomping out and obliterating the very notion, New Zealand's The Dead C (Michael Morley, Bruce Russell and Robbie Yeats) have continually made the most crushing, expansive and intelligent rock noise ever to be heard. Just a glance at their peers who are fans (Yo La Tengo, Sonic Youth, Comets On Fire, Black Dice) shows the league in which they play.

(PLEASE NOTE: This Jagjaguwar/Ba Da Bing vinyl-only release, unlike other Jagjaguwar releases, is being distributed exclusively through Revolver Distribution and on the respective mail order sites of Jagjaguwar and Ba Da Bing.)

The Dead C
DR503 / The Sun Stabbed EP</B> 2XLP (JAG143)

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SONG LIST:
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DR503 (Sides A&B, 33RPM):
Max Harris
Speed Kills
The Wheel
Three Years
Mutterline
Country
I Love This
Polio
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The Sun Stabbed EP (Sides C&D, 45RPM):
Angel
Crazy I Know
Fire
Bad Politics
Sun Stabbed
Three Years

The Dead C's DR503, released in 1987 (and not to be confused with the releases DR503b or DR503c, which are completely different recordings), sounded like nothing before it – a furious pastiche of unrelenting drones, noise and menace. It didn't fit in with the other bands New Zealand's venerable Flying Nun was releasing, and it immediately staked a fork in the road, dividing the "New Zealand Pop Sound" from it's black sheep brother, "New Zealand Noise." Today, the record still sounds as vicious and vital as when it first went to vinyl, except now perhaps there will be more people ready to appreciate the innovative approach the band took some 21 years ago.

This reissue also contains a bonus record of the rare Sun Stabbed EP from the same recording period. With bonus tracks not on the original seven inch, the recordings from the Sun Stabbed sessions are being released for the first time in their entirety.


The Dead C
Eusa Kills / Helen Said This</B> 2XLP (JAG144)

http://www.jagjaguwar.com/thumbs/JAG144.jpg

SONG LIST:
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Eusa Kills (Sides A & B, 33 RPM):
Scarey Nest
Call Back Your Dogs
Alien To Be
Phantom Power
Now I Fall
I Was Here
Children
Bumtoe
Glass Hole Pit
Maggot
Envelopment
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Helen Said This (Sides C & D, 45 RPM):
Helen Said This
Bury (Refutatio Omnium Haeresium)

Eusa Kills is The Dead C's second album from 1989, released by Flying Nun, the arbiter of the time for all that mattered in New Zealand rock. Considered by many to be their "songs" record, the band took the abstract sounds of their time -- those being created by such luminaries as Dustdevils, This Kind Of Punishment and Dadamah, and added their own dose of ominous aggression. Sneering vocals drift over improvised melodies and unstructured rock songs. One can hear the direct influence The Dead C had on Sonic Youth at the time -- mining deep into the underbelly of music to yield a truly intense and unparalleled sound.

This reissue also contains a bonus record of the rare Helen Said This 12" from the same recording period. Originally released as 33rpm, this is the first vinyl reprint, and will display improved sound quality at 45rpm.


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