This is *not* the Four Zoas, but only nights one and two of the nine nights. Why they would sell a truncated version like this is beyond me. When my copy arrived I sent it back immediately to get a refund as it is of no use to anyone who wants to actually read The Four Zoas.
Tracks C1 and D4 originally released 1982 as LP with the title "Industrial Estate / A Knot". All other tracks were originally released in the early 80ies on various tapes under the name RBE, Raudive Bunker Experiment or Andy Wilson.
Double LP version: Reissue of the rare LP from 1982 and additional material from various tapes of that period. Includes two long Industrial tracks in the way of Throbbing Gristle and 22 tracks of experimental minimal, comparable to early Cabaret Voltaire or Conrad Schnitzler.
All composed and recorded in the early eighties by Andy Wilson, who also played with Bourbonese Qualk, released a book about german band "Faust" and nowadays… Read more
It still seems incredible to me that the Nectarines aren't known as Britains brightest rock thing, but we live in a degenerate world where lesser groups are handed the limelight instead. The Nectarines were/are the group where Davey Henderson finally got everything right at the same time (not that there was anything at all wrong with Win or, especially, The Fire Engines). Sounding like T Rex colliding with Captain Beefheart (and even, in wilder moments, techno, kraurock or anything else you like) this is a collection of some of their best. 'Unloaded for You' should be in any top ten. Having said that, there are enough Nectarine greats missing here to justify another disc's worth at least -… Read more