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No Visible Means (180 gram white vinyl pressing – limited, numbered)

LP (Item 587107) Pterodactyl/Medical, 1983 — Condition: New Copy
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Nasty electro punk from the enigmatic Lou Champagne – an obscure early 80s effort issue on Lou's own record label, but a killer cooker that would have shook the New York scene up plenty – had Champagne been working in the Big Apple at the time! There's a dark blend of analogue electronics and punkish sensibilities that almost reminds us of Suicide at their best – and the album's certainly a great companion to their classic first album – although at points, Lou's handling of various waveforms is almost even more deft – creating a sinister sensibility that really makes this one hold up strongly over the years! Titles include "Do Something", "Machine Muzik", "Invisible Prisons", "Another Dimension", "Silent Walking", and "Broken Hearts". (Limited to 1000 hand numbered copies.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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