Nocturnal Emissions - Tissue Of Lies [LP] (White Vinyl, indie exclusive)

by Rock and Soul DJ Equipment and Records
$22.98

OFFICIAL RSD 2020 release. Mannequin Records celebrates 40 years of Nocturnal Emissions a reissue their first album, Tissue Of Lies, released on the band's own Sterile Records label in 1980. Tissue Of Lies shows you Nocturnal Emissions' industrial roots, from noisy collages to classic power noise, reminding the early Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, Faust (Tapes period) or Conrad Schitzler's Schwarz. The Nocturnal Emissions project, masterminded by Nigel Ayers, has been on the cutting edge of new music since the 1970s. Nigel Ayers has been described as a Guerrilla Sign Ontologist, cutting-up and pasting the contents of the human psyche. With a background in avant-garde art, his work has grown from audio visual installations through underground video works which changed the shape of British television. In the early '80s, Nocturnal Emissions hit London with a barrage of seminal funk pioneering the use of sound samplers, multi-cultural collage and electronic noise. They became a shape shifting chameleon lightening the darkness of post-industrial music, combining extremist performance art and video displays with apocalyptic beat music. Nocturnal Emissions have since been credited as a catalyst for a generation or two of sound workers. However, at the height of their success, the Emissions decided to shun the crass commercialism that had developed around them, and to develop their work as a secret alchemy. Nigel Ayers has continued to work with a strong underground of cult support, avoiding music industry fashions, and following his own creative path he concentrated on creating a strong sense of a wilderness identity through sound. White vinyl. 01. When Were You Last In Control Of Your Dreams And Aspirations? 02. You Tempt Me 03. Limited Holocaust Engagement 04. Down The Sink 05. Shrubbish Factory 06. Slow Decay 07. Faith Invaders 08. Backwards Man - Regressive Music

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