Vinyl On Demand To Release Massive Industrial Box Set


Hunting for a Christmas present for the avant garde industrial fan in your life? Aren't we all? Look no further. The lavish chaps at Vinyl on Demand have just pressed up a monstrous overview of late 70s and early 80s industrial and avant garde, showcasing 13 LPs worth of rare material culled from the finest of underground record labels. The bioxed set features, in catalogue order, The Death & Beauty Foundation 'Recordings 1981-84' (2LP); Silverstar Amoeba 'Recordings 1983-85' (1LP/7"); Counter Dance 'Recordings 1979-81' (1LP); Vox Populi! 'Recordings 1983-88' (2LP/7"); Funeral Danceparty 'A Celebration of DEATH' 1979-81 (2LP/7"); K2 'Recordings 1981-83' (2LP); Robert Haigh 'Recordings 1983-85' (2LP); Blockader / Chris Connelly 'Recordings 1983-85' (1LP). It also comes with 3 7"s, and untold prints, sleeve notes and bonuses. In keeping with the weighty machine music it documents, the set weighs a, basically insane, 4 kilos. It's a big 'un. It'll also set you back £129.99, which, let's be fair, works out at less than a tenner a record – get your orders in over here