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Post#1 » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:48 pm

Have been listening to the "Animals" on VOD very recently.* "Starting Over" I have in 3s, btw. Godly weird stuffs. When you mentioned outermost backwaters I was instantly reminded of outermost regions of our Cosmos. Funny, the next thing was: is their any non-dark matter between galaxies? Oh, nevermind.

*interesting, lately I'm satisfied listening to Steve ra-files. poor sound quality makes it more pristine for most albums there. :?:
The legend has it that Mr. Warr burned all his gear, mastertapes and remaining copies of the records shortly after the release of "Animals" and became a newborn Christian, but I've recently heard rumors of 2 more CDs from the early 90's in existence. Also, there seem to be both a 'proper' reissue of the 2 first albums available from Black Widow records (the distro or the label, don't remember which) as well as a pretty professional looking double-CDR bootleg ("Cannabinol - The Bootleg") circulating.
DaN, any development since you made the review?
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Post#2 » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:57 pm

I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs, but I should have mp3s of the 2 later CDs laying around here somewhere.
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Post#3 » Fri Jul 13, 2007 5:50 pm

DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs, but I should have mp3s of the 2 later CDs laying around here somewhere.
Are we talking about "Holy One" and "Times Of Terror"?

The first is an absolutely fantastic hard psych album, really love it, probably my favorite DWARR release. "Times of terror" is full of sick sizzling guitar, crazy stuff that's not easy to get into it. DWARR's one hell of a band for sure.
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Post#4 » Fri Jul 13, 2007 9:03 pm

ION BRITTON wrote:
DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs, but I should have mp3s of the 2 later CDs laying around here somewhere.
Are we talking about "Holy One" and "Times Of Terror"?

The first is an absolutely fantastic hard psych album, really love it, probably my favorite DWARR release. "Times of terror" is full of sick sizzling guitar, crazy stuff that's not easy to get into it. DWARR's one hell of a band for sure.
Cough! you guys seriously ... Where could this be obtainable? Wow, dudes this and WOTW thread has really got me high. Thanks.
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Post#5 » Sat Jul 14, 2007 1:44 am

Noisenik wrote:
ION BRITTON wrote:
DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs, but I should have mp3s of the 2 later CDs laying around here somewhere.
Are we talking about "Holy One" and "Times Of Terror"?

The first is an absolutely fantastic hard psych album, really love it, probably my favorite DWARR release. "Times of terror" is full of sick sizzling guitar, crazy stuff that's not easy to get into it. DWARR's one hell of a band for sure.
Cough! you guys seriously ... Where could this be obtainable? Wow, dudes this and WOTW thread has really got me high. Thanks.
On mp3 format on Poisonoise section maybe? I see a little interest in your eyes Noisenik or am i wrong :)
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Post#6 » Sat Jul 14, 2007 9:00 am

ION BRITTON wrote: On mp3 format on Poisonoise section maybe? I see a little interest in your eyes Noisenik or am i wrong :)
I don't deny that, yet I'm very glad of the fact alone that there's more Dwarr stuff ... somewhere. I'd love to get original cdrs, though I guess they are even more rare than first two vinyls. I will try to acquire all of them as soon as my budget will allow more items worth 50+ €.

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edit: You need not to upload anything ... yet.
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Post#7 » Sat Jul 14, 2007 9:27 am

Noisenik wrote:
ION BRITTON wrote: On mp3 format on Poisonoise section maybe? I see a little interest in your eyes Noisenik or am i wrong :)
I don't deny that, yet I'm very glad of the fact alone that there's more Dwarr stuff ... somewhere. I'd love to get original cdrs, though I guess they are even more rare than first two vinyls. I will try to acquire all of them as soon as my budget will allow more items worth 50+ €.

John, you see my eyes? Wow!


edit: You need not to upload anything ... yet.

I see everything! 8)

Anyway, if you can't find them easy let me know and i'll upload both on Poisonoise.
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Post#8 » Sat Jul 21, 2007 2:43 pm

I've been listening to this one a lot lately and there are some real killer songs on it! Weird and fucked up!
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Post#9 » Mon Oct 15, 2007 6:36 am

There are definitely CD reissues. I have the 2nd - 4rth albums on CD and should be getting the first one soon.

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Post#10 » Mon Oct 15, 2007 7:44 pm

Azaras wrote:There are definitely CD reissues. I have the 2nd - 4rth albums on CD and should be getting the first one soon.
:shock: :shock: :shock:

Where, where, where, ... ? boots? not boots? :?:
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Post#11 » Mon Oct 15, 2007 8:56 pm

I don't know, I got them from the Italian label that was distributing FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND's "I'm Dead!" vinyl reissue in Europe (Black Widow? I think it was Black Widow).

The reissue of "Animals" is a slipcase thing with the vinyl art on the front and back cover. The CDs of "Times Of Terror" and "Holy One" are full jewelcase CDs, without any label info anywhere... however, they do have a contact phonenumber for the dude behind the band, a guy who knows him told me they are 100% legit.

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Post#12 » Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:01 am

DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs
What supposed re-releases?

I have all the official releases released by the band.

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Post#13 » Fri Oct 26, 2007 1:44 pm

Shadow Kingdom wrote:
DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs
What supposed re-releases?

I have all the official releases released by the band.
Is it possible to provide us (or me at least) the address of the band?
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Post#14 » Fri Oct 26, 2007 3:34 pm

Noisenik wrote:
Shadow Kingdom wrote:
DaN wrote:I'm getting doubtful about the supposed rereleases of the LPs
What supposed re-releases?

I have all the official releases released by the band.
Is it possible to provide us (or me at least) the address of the band?
:D
There's no address to provide and the phone number on the CDs he pressed is his old number and doesn't work. The quality of these pressings are really crappy looking. The first 2 albums are cardboard promo looking sleeves with covers glued on and the other 2 CDs are actual jewel cases, but nothing to brag about for sure. I do have an extra copy of TIMES OF TERROR (2003) Heavy Sabbath wild jamming and HOLY ONE (2001) Expermintal Jazzy weird rock... if you want to buy those... just let me know...

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Post#15 » Fri Oct 26, 2007 5:34 pm

pm on the way ...
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