THE NEW BLOCKADERS - THE PULP SESSIONS
/ THE PULP SESSIONS II
Format : LP TEST PRESSING + CD
Edition : 20 copies
Release date : 15 April 2019
Cat# : LH117/TP
Status: SOLD OUT
A - The Pulp Sessions Part 1
B - The Pulp Sessions Part 2 [mp3]
Fans of Noise music will need no introduction to the work of TNB. Ron Lessard, of legendary US Noise label RRRecords, once stated, ‘I’d give the nod to TNB as being the first truly devoted Noise artists.’ In the early '80s, they laid down the gauntlet for the likes of Merzbow and Hanatarash et al to pick up later and their influence on the current crop of popular crossover Noise artists such as Wolf Eyes is immeasurable.
In 1984, TNB collaborated with David Jackman / Organum on the Pulp 7" which has been cited as one of the most influential Noise records ever. Two short excerpt from the Pulp sessions were included on the 7". The Pulp Sessions included two (approx) 20-minute outtakes from these legendary recordings and are classic examples of early TNB. The tracks have been edited / mixed by Michael Gillham (TNB / Nihilist Assault Group / Vagina Dentata Organ.) The Pulp Sessions is an essential purchase for any TNB / Noise fan.
Hand pasted cover with artwork printed on silver paper.
Includes a CD with THE PULP SESSIONS II.
Edition of 20 numbered copies.
Selected comments re. the original Pulp 7" (Aeroplane Records, 1984):
'Pulp is the King of all Noise 7"s. All other Noise 7"s want to be Pulp.' Ron Lessard (RRRecords)
’Pulp is proof that the 7” record can still be relevant.’ Gary Mundy, Ramleh / Broken Flag
’A true classic.’ David Tibet (Current 93)
'I love TNB, especially their Pulp 7".' John Balance (Coil)
'The most savage aural-attack I've heard. Relentless musical violence.' Paul Lemos (Controlled Bleeding)
'All Noise artists should take a listen to Pulp and take a few tips from the masters.' London Times
’If you’re looking for a soundtrack to violent madness, then this is it.’ MFTEQ
'A landmark in Noise and one of the most influential Noise records ever.' Absurd
'Proof that Noise music was not invented in Japan.' Evolver
'The Pulp Sessions! Too great!!! Yes, too great!!!' Juntaro Yamanouchi (The Gerogerigegege)