Saturday, July 25, 2009

Requested / Replenished / + Weird Treets 4 U

Sorry forgot to a bunch of sh*t I recently handled and rapidshatted.....

As requested by Carbon Monoxide <> <> <> exorcising my rites to ignore all but the most 'creative' reup requests ... Don't take it personal everyone else - just busy doing other sh*t. Rather put my energy/time into new explorations, which is why the posts have gotten a bit sparse over the last few months. Slowly making a weird comeback though. Apparently. So...


Weird Treets 4 U <> <> <>

Carl Crack : Black Ark
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Carl Crack~+~Lion MC : dance/the/monkey [mxtpe]



"who's carl crack?"

"like CRACKKK crack??"

"he was down with those guys? weird."

"gotta be german or some shit."

"not necessarily? what the fuck does that mean??"

"ok so wait.... what happened to him?"


"oh."






"thatsfuckedup"

4 comments:

CarbonMonoxide said...

Thanks for posting the Excorcist OST up again! I love this blog because ive found some rarities that I would never have found in a million years, ive also found some other stuff that I have been looking for as well.

This blog has become like a haven for finding and discovering music for me, so I thank you for taking the time to prepare everything so that it is as well prepared as it is and as informative as it is.

One satisfied customer for life!

PMX said...

Thanks man! That definitely keeps us going so the kind words are appreciated and let us know if there's anything else missing in action you'd like to check....

oh and btw, carl crack is an interesting phenomenon... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Crack

PMX said...

er, was an interesting phenomenon.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for posting this Carl Crack release. I actually remember seeing a music video from this CD back at the time it came out. It was on MTV, either their Amp show or 120 Minutes. At the time it was just odd music to me, but later I got into the more artsy Alec Empire stuff, but not really Atari Teenage Riot. Now, all these years later I get to hear what Carl Crack was about. Christoph de Babalon is no joke either! Thanks.