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Chris Carter - Miscellany -  (Vinyl)

Chris Carter - Miscellany - (Vinyl)

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Release Date: 12/21/2018 
 

 Vinyl LP pressing. Miscellany is a new box set of Chris Carter's early work, collating remastered (and mastered for the first time) solo albums alongside a disc of unreleased archival recordings from 1973-1977. It consists of 6-pieces of vinyl and a 12-page, 12"-sized booklet featuring rare and unseen images, synthesizer schematics and ephemera from Carter's archive. Both Disobedient and Small Moon will be available here for the first time on vinyl. As a founding member of Throbbing Gristle alongside Cosey Fanni Tutti, Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Carter has had a significant role in the development of electronic music - a journey which has continued through his releases as one half of Chris & Cosey, Carter Tutti and a third of Carter Tutti Void, as well as with his own solo and collaborative releases. He is also credited with the invention and production of ground-breaking electronics - from the legendary Gristleizer self-built effects unit through to the Dirty Carter Experimental Sound Generating Instrument, the sold-out TG One Eurorack module (designed with Tiptop Audio) and the Future Sound Systems Gristleizer modules - Carter has created the means to make sounds as well as making the sounds themselves. 

 - Disc 1 - 1 Moonlight 2 Real Life 3 Noevil - Disc 2 - 1 Mondo B 2 Nobadhairdo 3 Beyond Temptation - Disc 3 - 1 Pantavistiq 2 Pulsec 3 Solomo - Disc 4 - 1 Lixiez 2 TVX 3 Chakutut - Disc 5 - 1 Versix 2 Sublev 3 Domank - Disc 6 - 1 Disobedient Redux - Disc 7 - 1 Arcadia 2 Praxiz - Disc 8 - 1 Klypp'd 2 Non-Pop - Disc 9 - 1 Reazymn 2 Soho... 3Am - Disc 10 - 1 Small Moon Redux - Disc 11 - 1 Nodes 2 Head Less 3 Hegel Vogt 4  5 Runclodler 6 Hexfoil 7 Jet Age - Disc 12 - 1 Warm Hair 2 Variables 3 Wybbel 4 Black Powder 5 Ghost Trains 6 See Sick

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