Club Moral Stocklist

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A temporary digital release of Club Moral products for your pleasure.

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Club Moral Stocklist 063c - New Noise Year's Party

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Various Artists - New Noise Year's Party (3 x C-60 cassette) A01 - H64 A02 - Export B01 - Condom B02 - Iron Brotherhood C01 - Victor/im C02 - mistery guest This 3 cassette set is a report on a small festival organised by Club Moral on 31 December 1986. Four of the bands had earlier played together in Birmingham on an event organised by Condom (Mermaid, 26 September 1986). Apart from the recordings not very much information on the event was to be found in our archives. "With bleeding ears from old to new" certainly sounds like an excellent idea and I would definitely be willing and able to play. As Ingo is looking to organise something in Germany between December 20th and January 7th the two could be combined very well. (letter from Condom, 15 November 1986) Mike wrote me that you're going to invite me to a live event on New Year at Club Moral. Please confirm. Please also confirm if you are interested in a H64 performance at Club Moral; I enclosed a demo tape in the above mentioned package. (letter from Victor/im, 3 December 1986) H64 is a German project by Thomas Beck. Iron Brotherhood is a Scottish project by Jess Hopkins. Victor/im is a German project by Ingo Techmeier. Condom is an English project by Mike Dando. Export were a Dutch/English collaboration, but I don't remember who. The Mystery Guest were Club Moral. This episode was posted in three separate uploads, this is the third one.

Club Moral Stocklist 063b - New Noise Year's Party

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Various Artists - New Noise Year's Party (3 x C-60 cassette) A01 - H64 A02 - Export B01 - Condom B02 - Iron Brotherhood C01 - Victor/im C02 - mistery guest This 3 cassette set is a report on a small festival organised by Club Moral on 31 December 1986. Four of the bands had earlier played together in Birmingham on an event organised by Condom (Mermaid, 26 September 1986). Apart from the recordings not very much information on the event was to be found in our archives. "With bleeding ears from old to new" certainly sounds like an excellent idea and I would definitely be willing and able to play. As Ingo is looking to organise something in Germany between December 20th and January 7th the two could be combined very well. (letter from Condom, 15 November 1986) Mike wrote me that you're going to invite me to a live event on New Year at Club Moral. Please confirm. Please also confirm if you are interested in a H64 performance at Club Moral; I enclosed a demo tape in the above mentioned package. (letter from Victor/im, 3 December 1986) H64 is a German project by Thomas Beck. Iron Brotherhood is a Scottish project by Jess Hopkins. Victor/im is a German project by Ingo Techmeier. Condom is an English project by Mike Dando. Export were a Dutch/English collaboration, but I don't remember who. The Mystery Guest were Club Moral. This episode will be posted in three separate uploads, the first two are available now, the third will follow in the next couple of days.

Club Moral Stocklist 063a - New Noise Year's Party

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Various Artists - New Noise Year's Party (3 x C-60 cassette) A01 - H64 A02 - Export B01 - Condom B02 - Iron Brotherhood C01 - Victor/im C02 - mistery guest This 3 cassette set is a report on a small festival organised by Club Moral on 31 December 1986. Four of the bands had earlier played together in Birmingham on an event organised by Condom (Mermaid, 26 September 1986). Apart from the recordings not very much information on the event was to be found in our archives. "With bleeding ears from old to new" certainly sounds like an excellent idea and I would definitely be willing and able to play. As Ingo is looking to organise something in Germany between December 20th and January 7th the two could be combined very well. (letter from Condom, 15 November 1986) Mike wrote me that you're going to invite me to a live event on New Year at Club Moral. Please confirm. Please also confirm if you are interested in a H64 performance at Club Moral; I enclosed a demo tape in the above mentioned package. (letter from Victor/im, 3 December 1986) H64 is a German project by Thomas Beck. Iron Brotherhood is a Scottish project by Jess Hopkins. Victor/im is a German project by Ingo Techmeier. Condom is an English project by Mike Dando. Export were a Dutch/English collaboration, but I don't remember who. The Mystery Guest were Club Moral. This episode will be posted in three separate uploads, the first is available now, second and third will follow in the next couple of days.

Club Moral Stocklist 062 - CDG over Europe

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Coup De Grace - Dokument - Over Europe (C-90 cassette) A-01 - Trans-Atlantic Phone Call A-02 - Introduction-March A-03 - Funeral A-04 - Radio Transmission A-05 - Funeral A-06 - Powermarch A-07 - Powermarch (excerpt) A-08 - Trans-Atlantic Phone Call A-09 - Baseless Visions A-10 - No Hope A-11 - No Hope A-12 - No Exit A-13 - Trans-Atlantic Phone Call A-14 - Your Children A-15 - Your Children A-16 - Deathening A-17 - End Sequence A-18 - New Buildings A-19 - Surrexit Dominus B-01 - Trans-Atlantic Phone Call B-02 - Introduction-March B-03 - Funeral B-04 - Tattoo Bar Gustaf B-05 - Use Humans Instead B-06 - Surrexit Dominus B-07 - Applause B-08 - Combat Zone B-09 - Combat Zone B-10 - Tattoo Bar Gustaf B-11 - Sick of Living B-12 - Early End B-13 - Birth B-14 - Tattoo Bar Gustaf B-15 - Finale B-16 - Applause B-17 - Applause B-18 - Applause B-19 - Applause B-20 - Tattoo Bar Gustaf This tape is a documentary of the 1986 European tour of Coup De Grace, which took place between aug. 20th and sept. 10th. Club Moral featuring as a backing group with Coup De Grace on vocals, delay-machines, tapes and pyrotechnics. The events performed on were In Vitro by Club Moral, Altenberg by Cthulhu Records, Metabletica by V2 and The Bunker by Ret Marut. Since this tape is merely a documentation, the sound-quality may very between various recordings. (Text from cassette cover) This cassette was published in an edition of 113 copies. Some tracks were recorded stereo from P.A., some binaural and some plain mono on a walkman within the audience. The tracks performed live were previously released on two Coup De Grace cassettes: "Commencement / Corpse Education" (Introduction-March, Powermarch, Surrexit Dominus, Combat Zone, Finale) and "Anthems for Doomed Youth" (No Hope, End Sequence), some were previously released on various Inner-X-Musick compilations. The phonecalls were made while making arrangements for the In Vitro festival, the radio transmission was an interview at Radio Centraal in Antwerpen. The Tattoo Bar Gustaf recordings were made in a tattoo bar in the Antwerp red light district where Michael Moynihan had the Coup De Grace logo tattooed on the back of his shoulder. On one of the recordings you can hear Gustaf chasing away his aged German Shepherd dog who took a pleasure in eating bloodied tissues. We have been in contact with Coup De Grace since 1985, exchanging tapes and printed matter. When organising the 1986 In Vitro exhibition and concerts (see Club Moral Stocklist episode 058) we thought of inviting them to play there as well. Since budgets were rather small for this kind of events back then, we decided to team up with some other organisations to set up a small tour and share the travel cost. It was also decided that Michael Moynihan would just come by himself, and Club Moral would play as a backing band during the European shows. In the end Cthulhu Records, V2 and Ret Marut/Jazzbunker booked this unique collaboration for 3 more shows after the In Vitro II Festival. There was about a week of free time after the first show in Belgium and the last 3 performances occurred in a span of 2 days. If you look at the dates you will notice that the two Holland confrontations took place the same evening. This was due to the fact that after the dates had been arranged, V2 decided to change the days of their Metabletica festival. So we did the show in Rotterdam at 10:00pm, and then afterwards packed everything up and drove to V2 in 's Hertogenbosch, where the last performance was done (starting at about 1:30 in the morning). The components of the confrontations were as follows: AUDIO: Backing tapes, Vocals, Synthesizers & Electronics. VISUAL: Slides and Motion Pictures. Surprisingly enough after a whole day of driving (from Germany to Rotterdam, then playing the show there, then driving to V2) the last confrontation was probably the most powerful of all... (Text from Third Annual Report 12 31 86 by Coup De Grace) From about summer 1987 until winter 1988 Coup De Grace set up a European Office in an abandoned part of the Club Moral factory. Michael Moynihan was living there, first in companionship with Zenobia and later teaming up with Hamish Halley aka SerVex 23. Part of an attic space was rebuilt into lodgings, office and a workshop. The rent was remarkably cheap and the landlord didn't really bother about anything going on, so any kind of activity was possible. In October 1987 Coup De Grace was invited by AMVK to perform at an evening of Bar Europa, organised by NL-Centrum in Amsterdam. Hamish Halley set up a leather artefact and special clothing workshop and successfully performed his Prince Albert piercing at the Club Moral Quarters using a 10ga needle and a lot of will power. Thomas Thorn briefly stayed there and a one and only concert of Slave State was organised in a newly discovered basement underneath Club Moral. Basically both Michael Moynihan and Hamish Halley were living in Belgium illegally, which made them decide in 1989 to return to the US and New Zealand respectively. Michael Moynihan continues to publish music and books: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Moynihan_(journalist) Zenobia lives in Boston and works in the film industry. Hamish Halley is now in charge of Flesh Wound: www.fleshwound.co.nz Thomas Thorn is an active priest of the Church of Satan: www.churchofsatan.com

Club Moral Stocklist 061 - Live Outtakes

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Club Moral - Live Outtakes (C-90 cassette) A-01 - Oorlog A-02 - Nazis of the Night A-03 - 4 Safe Walls A-04 - Le Locataire A-05 - Hunting Man A-06 - 19 Keys A-07 - Ik Daag U Uit B-01 - Oorlog B-02 - Man Heeft Angst B-03 - Each Man Kills the Thing She Loves B-04 - Hail to Thee Black Prince B-05 - Lies B-06 - Here Lives My House B-07 - L'Age D'Or This is a collection of live recordings throughout Belgium, United Kingdom, Holland and Germany in 1985 and 1986. Some Club Moral classics are included, and some are unique or rare versions of other tracks. Side 1; Oorlog was recorded at the Batschkapp in Frankfurt-am-Main on 24 April 1986. On the way there we blew the engine of our car and arrived some 15 minutes before we were scheduled to play. The support act was a guy called Seewo, with a chainsaw who accidently cut his hand. Nazis of the Night was recorded at the Ambulance Station in London on 1 June 1985, a festival organised by Recloose Organisation. Several other bands played as well. All the time we stayed at the Ambulance Station, we had to block the kitchen where we were supposed to sleep on the floor because a small army of bums steadily tried to break in the door looking for food and other valuables. Our driver slept in his car for three days but still the car was burgled, while we were playing. 4 Safe Walls was recorded at the Berlin Atonal Festival on 17 February 1985. Among other bands playing were Etant Donnés, Laibach, Test Department and Gerechtigkeitsliga. Le Locataire was a performance on the occasion of an AMVK-exhibition at Time Based Arts in Amsterdam on 1 May 1985. Two days later we played at Staalplaat, who made a good cassette from the show there. Hunting Man was recorded at the Jazzbunker in Rotterdam on 30 November 1985. 6de Kolonne also played in this ex-biker hellhole. 19 Keys was recorded in Leguit, Antwerpen on 19 January 1986, a night organised by Hugo Roelandt. It is a rare calling of the 19 Enochian Keys in Dutch. During the night the power failed a couple of times, during our performance the main switchboard finally burned out. Ik Daag U Uit was recorded at AntiChambres in Gent on 13 June 1986. This exhibition and night of performances was an artists' statement against the posh "Chambres d'Amis" exhibition organised by Jan Hoet. In our performance DDV was locked in a metal cage which he pulled over the floor himself by ropes attached to the wall. The sound is produced by contact microphones glued to the metal. Side 2; Oorlog was recorded at the Mermaid in Birmingham on 29 September 1985. A festival organised by Con-Dom, who played also as were Victor/im and Iron Brotherhood. When we showed up at the venue, already three local Teenybop bands were moving in their equipment and setting up the stage. There was a discussion with the Indian owner of the place, and finally he settled for the 'International' bands. Too bad for him only a handful of people showed up and they hadn't expected that kind of noise. Man Heeft Angst was recorded at Vooruit in Gent on 26 October 1985 on the occasion of "Nuit Erotique". It is actually a Dutch version of Therapist Fears and came with a Super8film. Each Man Kills the Thing She Loves is a live cut-up, recorded on the same event. Hail to Thee Black Prince was recorded at Staalplaat in Amsterdam on 3 May 1985. Lies was recorded at the Mermaid in Birmingham on 26 September 1986, it is a poem by convicted murderer Jack Henry Abbott. Here Lives My House was also recorded at the Mermaid. L'Age D'Or was recorded at the Stadsschouwburg in Maastricht on 1 November 1986 as an integral part of an AMVK-installation. All recordings were made by Club Moral and are either binaural stereo or PA-mix recordings. No remixing or re-editing done. 4 Safe Walls and Nazis of the Night are originally by The Parts, lyrics by Erik Vloeberghs.

Club Moral Stocklist 060 - Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar

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DDV's Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar is a daily listing of events in history until this day. It was first published in 1985. It involves no audio, but for your pleasure we include a video from a 1985 sculpture by DDV. "Carruga" was a large sculpture for the "Automobiënnale>" at the Middelheim Open Air Museum in Antwerpen. It was first used in a basic version for a performance during AMVK's 1983 exhibition "Hoeren en Profeten". For the Middelheim exhibition a large metal cage was added, and a real Deutz diesel truck engine was captured inside. During the 100 days of the exhibition, the engine was left running in the otherwise quiet park. After the exhibition several attempts were made to find a definitive spot for the sculpture but all of these failed. In the end DDV ripped the metal cage to pieces in the late 1980's. When the initial Club Moral premises were abandoned in 1993, "Carruga" finally ended in the trash. All that remains is a short VHS video movie with noise soundtrack by DDV. Every page of the first edition of the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar listed 7 days and one picture. There was a reviewed copy of the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar in 1987 and an update with new entries only in 1988. The 1989 edition of the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar was an 'all-memorials' issue, listing only events that happened 5, 10, 25, 50, 100,.... years ago. The 1990 edition of the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar listed only events about 90 killers and was subtitled "90 Killers for the 90s". The 1991 edition of the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar listed only events about artists, musicians, writers and filmmakers. The 1992 -and last- edition was an index and listed all names and the days they appeared until then in the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar. Today the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar is a huge database file with 8817 entries about 5511 people; 2405 births, 1998 facts and 4414 deaths. The database has been used in 1998 by V2 to build an 'unreliable website' for their "DEAF" festival, subtitled "The Art of the Accident". The Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar has been available throughout 2007 as a daily blog on When I was Buying You a Drink with additional photos taken by DDV in the past eight years. Between 1999 and 2007 DDV has taken over 25.000 pictures with various digital cameras. On this blog he posted one picture every day, taken on that specific day in a random year between 1999 and 2007, as well as a listing of all the events for that day. You can search the Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar blog for a certain day by using the "Blog Archive" on the right hand side of the page, or you can search for a name, a place or whatever by using the search box on the top left of the page and clicking "Blog Search". The Birth(+)Fact(x)Death(-)Calendar blog will not be updated and remains on the Blogspot system "as is". The title from the blog was taken from a song by the Mekons, "When I Was Buying You a Drink Where Were You ?"