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Old 09.12.2007, 03:44 PM   #21
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cd/dvd manufacturing costs are absurd in Japan. It ain't PSF's fault. All Japanese CDs are insanely expensive.

even if it's double the cost it would make it a dollar more.. the actual CD and DVD is the cheapist part of a release.. the print work always cost more.

why the fuck does the first Fushitsusha double CD cost $36 for double?? when a bunch of other Japanese double discs cost way less?? http://www.psfrecords.com/list1-20.html package is modest i know they didnt sink the money into print work
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Old 09.12.2007, 04:09 PM   #22
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PSF can charge whatever they like for their CDs and DVDs as far as I'm concerned, so long as they promise to invest the profits that they make back into releasing yet more damn fine music.
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Old 11.10.2007, 09:55 PM   #23
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Does anyone have the 1982/10/08 Keio University show (Metal Machine Music '82?)? If so, how is the quality?

Does anyone know any place to trade/download/buy this?

Thanks

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Old 11.19.2007, 04:06 AM   #24
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From the latest Volcanic Tongue update:

Les Rallizes Denudes
Are You Rallizesed?

Ignuitas CDAR24/35
2xCD
36.99

New limited-edition double CD set from long-time archival Rallizes label Ignuitas. This one features a complete Rallizes show from Shizuoka Stupa in 1974 with Mizutani feeding his guitar to the fire with outrageous Star Spangled Banner-style leads while the rest of the group lay-down some of the most brain-freezing nod-out grooves of their entire career. There’s a great slack, elegaically-stoned feel to the playing and by the end of the show the whole group are obliviously destroyed. Recommended.

Les Rallizes Denudes
Cable Hogue Soundtrack

Univive 016
2xCD
46.99

Long-awaited legendary Rallizes compilation put together by guitarist/vocalist Mizutani himself, originally as the soundtrack source to the Rallizes movie. It’s the closest we’ll ever come to Mizutani fully articulating his own particular vision for Rallizes and of course it is as gloriously fucked and impossible to fully grasp as you might have hoped. Coming across like something between Sonic Youth’s Sonic Death cassette, the most fucked-up Grateful Dead boot and Dean Benedetti’s recordings of Charlie Parker’s improvised solos, the fidelity moves from sub-Dead C nada-fi through to truly sublime endless hi-fi jams. The material seems to have been chosen on the strength of Mizutani’s soloing alone and as such some of his most mind-flaying six string moves are secreted in here as well as radical headcharges through all of the group’s key material. As usual with these deluxe Univive titles, this edition is extremely limited and made-to-order and as such we have very small numbers and can only offer one of each title per customer. Highly recommended.

Les Rallizes Denudes
Mizutani 2 with Association Love Songs

Univive 015
3xCD Box
58.99

Massively-expanded deluxe edition on the premier Rallizes imprint, Univive, that restores one of the few official albums released by Rallizes during their lifespan, Mizutani. The original Mizutani album was made up of material compiled over the years 1973-75 and features more stripped down, blasted rock songs that give the nod to Neil Young as much as the Velvets or Blue Cheer, with wasted vocals and downer guitar blues serrated with aching, extended guitar oblivions. This amazing set restores all of the material from the original Mizutani session that was discovered on the complete Mizutani selection reel as well as a second live disc made up from an excellent soundboard recording featuring some of the blackest of Rallizes heavy-meta sets and a third disc of demo recordings from 1976 including some fully-freaked improvisations. Every Univive set is of course extremely limited and made-to-order and as such we have very small numbers and can only offer one of each title per customer. Highly recommended.

Les Rallizes Denudes
One More Night Tripper

Univive 006
4xCD-R Box
68.99

Monster selection of primo live meat from the most enigmatic of underground Japanese psych groups, Mizutani’s Les Rallizes Denudes. This deluxe set bundles two wild shows from 1980, possibly the band’s absolute peak year. Mizutani’s guitar is coated in layers of fuzz, delay and reverb and the sound is ballroom huge as they bulldoze their back catalogue into impossibly dense singularities. Every Univive set is of course extremely limited and made-to-order and as such we have very small numbers and can only offer one of each title per customer. Highly recommended.

Les Rallizes Denudes
Double Heads Legendary Live

Univive 014
6xCD Box
85.99

This has got to be the most over-the-top presentation from the premier Rallizes imprint: 6 CDs of the Rallizes at their most fully realised, fusing heavy, slow-motion blues that are extended to the point of ecstasy with beautiful lost-in-space vocals, ginchy 60s girl group basslines, feedback solos and of course Mizutani’s guitar, which sounds impossibly huge, walking the line between singing melodic guitar immolation and post-White Light/White Heat atom-smashing fury. Drawn from three key gigs: 14th August 1980, 29th October 1980 and 23rd March 1981, it’s easy to see how these shows have long been regarded as the equivalent of Dylan’s 1966 run. Just unbelievable. Every Univive set is of course extremely limited and made-to-order and as such we have very small numbers and can only offer one of each title per customer




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Old 11.19.2007, 01:02 PM   #25
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From the latest Volcanic Tongue update: ...

A few hours later and apparently they are all already sold out, except for one ("Cable Hogue Soundtrack"):

http://www.volcanictongue.com/artist...izes%20Denudes

In spite of the price... I'm not sure if I'm ready to pay 65-70 euros for that remaining 2xCD...
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Old 11.19.2007, 01:07 PM   #26
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If I was that sort of a person, I'd have bought one of those as a short-term investment. But I've only just thought of that. Bugger!
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Old 11.19.2007, 01:11 PM   #27
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The exchange rate would have killed me anyway...
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Old 11.19.2007, 01:18 PM   #28
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by the way, since those Rallizes albums seem to evaporate as soon as they become available:

http://die-fremde.blogspot.com/searc...3%A9nud%C3%A9s
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Old 11.19.2007, 03:09 PM   #29
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it's so lame that they only release them in minute quantities
and such ridiculous prices. 69 for 4 CDRs is a complete fucking con. i despise labels and musicians who play into the hands of collectors. it totally puts me off listening to the music.
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Old 11.20.2007, 07:04 PM   #30
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it's so lame that they only release them in minute quantities
and such ridiculous prices. 69 for 4 CDRs is a complete fucking con. i despise labels and musicians who play into the hands of collectors. it totally puts me off listening to the music.

i agree what totallllly shit.. i should buy these and bootleg them.. hell arent these bootlegs anyway??
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Old 11.20.2007, 07:17 PM   #31
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Those CD prices are absuuuuuuuuuurd. Yes, 10 'u's.
I doubt anybody involved with the band is going to see any of that money either.

Stupid.
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Old 10.23.2012, 08:56 PM   #32
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The France Demo is some live recordings from a show in 1983. You can also hear these songs on disc 10 of the 20 disc Dizastar box (bootleg is disc 10 of Studio & Soundboard).

The complete show sans The Romance of Black Grief appears on the bootleg 81-88 Live & Soundboard. I thought I would share because LRD has a very very confusing release catalog.
http://bleakbliss.blogspot.co.uk/201...ance-demo.html
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