Tuesday, September 15, 2009


A rare noise rock hairball retrieved from the deepest recesses of Japan's early 80's no-wave influenced subculture. Expect balls-out blasts of nihilist splatter, baleful slabs of detuned churn, flying shards of hog slaughter sax, and, buried somewhere within there, hints of actual craftsmanship (sshhh!...don't tell...). If this wasn't the blueprint for John Zorn's Painkiller a decade later, I'll eat my hat.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks!Never know what to expect with Japanese no-wave.

Anonymous said...

Nac/Hut Report has not died for delirium

mišo steh said...

good one. music - no way! no wave!
thanx for sharing with great and unkown music.
...and some interesant alternative music from Slovakia you can find here: http://muzika-komunika.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

thank you for this! It is rockin' my Sunday afternoon.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for share my favarite musician Daisuck.
He played so many years at Yokohama.
This is First Album of Prostetute.
And title means "Dancing till die".

MusicForGlaciers said...

The first track hurt my brain som much , I almost chickened out - but the rest of the album was great. Noisy and rockin' at the same time. "Dancing till die" indeed.

Anonymous said...

The first track "Ai O Itamu Uta" title means "A song about sympathy for love".
After some years, bass player Yohkai Takahashi left Prostetute, and joined to Les Rallizes Denudes.

Anonymous said...

This is so awesome!
I've been searching for something like this for a long time.
Thank you!

Maximiliano Moya said...

Names of tracks and album?