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Various Artists – Haus Musik

Here is a German compilation LP from 1991. It was the first release on the Hausmusik label and was limited to maybe 200 copies, all numbered on the front cover. The covers are all handpainted and handcut with different cut locations giving views of different pictures. It comes with no less than seven inserts and the cover just folds open into a gatefold, but with no inner to the gatefold, if that makes sense? A really varied line up of groups ranging from gentle folk to hardcore punkish stuff. Interesting.

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5 Comments

  • This is really cool. The last two songs in particular are rad.

  • yeah that last one is really Lou Reed-like.

  • interesting record

    off to search for a download

  • It was limited to 1000 numbered copies.
    Where did you get 200… a guess ?

  • Here is information about the artist behind the last track on the compilation (which yes, was actually limited to 1000 copies, not 200) from his website:

    http://www.brokenradio.de/about-us.html

    There’s a free mp3 download available there of ‘Rain In Asshole City’ as well but it sounds like it’s with a different guitarist . Personally I prefer this demo that was cut with the owner’s label on guitar cause it’s a bit grittier. But that website is literally the only place I can find any other trace of this song on the web.

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