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RUDIMENTARY PENI - Live At The Venue 1992

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  1. Anxiety69

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    Great live show, featuring tracks from Cacophony performed live!!! the play a few tracks twice. Anyone know the title to track 17???

    01 Cosmetic Plague
    02 Media Person
    03 Crazy Chain
    04 Flesh Crucifix
    05 Him Hymn
    06 B-Ward
    07 Crazed Couplet
    08 Dream City
    09 Dream City
    10 Teenage Time Killer
    11 Brown Jenkin
    12 Horrors In The Museum
    13 The Gardner
    14 Blind Dogs
    15 Sacrifice
    16 Tower of Strength
    17 Ireland Sun
    18 Hearse
    19 Cosmetic Plague
    20 Teenage Time Killer
    21 B-Ward
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    S&M 001
    Release Date : 1995

    Compilation / split album with accompanying magazine.Album A Side is comprised of local 'Newport' bands, live recordings of touring bands who played the 'Legendary' TJ's venue with audio excerpts pertaining to TJ's, Newport and the magazine topics.Album B Side is the 1992 studio recording from the Newport (Cwmbran) band, Guinea Worm (who could be best described as Rudimentary Peni meets the Me
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    RUDIMENTARY PENI Biography

    Rudimentary Peni (1980 - present) emerged from the anarcho-punk scene in the UK in the early eighties as one of the most novel and recognizable acts of the era.

    Lead singer/guitarist Nick Blinko is notorious for his witty macabre lyrics and dark pen-and-ink artwork, prominently featured on all of Rudimentary Peni's albums. Blinko is also rumored to have written the band's Pope Adrian 37th Psychristiatric album whilst resident in a psychiatric hospital, having suffered from mental illness most of his life, as such, the subject matter of the album relates to the delusions Nick was experiencing at the time, particularly the idea that he was said Pope. Nick's subject matter has been influenced by the work of H.P. Lovecraft who he had studied after having delusions of the macabre element of life and hereafter. Bassist Grant Matthews has also written a number of songs for the band, though his lyrics primarily focus on sociopolitical themes. The band also features drummer Jon Greville.

    Very few photos exist of the band, as their albums feature Blinko's drawings, but artist and record label owner Pushead published a few photos of the band in an early edition of his magazine.

    The band had early connections with Crass, and released their Farce EP on Crass Records. Though they stopped performing in the 1980s after bassist Grant Matthews was diagnosed with cancer, they continue to record and release material today, though they rarely give interviews. Nick Blinko has also become increasingly popular in the Outsider Art scene, and wrote an autobiographical novel entitled "The Primal Screamer", revered amongst his fans to be a literary masterpiece.

    Musicians of a variety of genres (from thrashcore to death metal to apocalyptic folk) have taken influence from the work of Rudimentary Peni. There is even an all-girl high school cover band that does all Rudimentary Peni. The legend created by Rudimentary Peni is part in thanks to their evasion of media coverage and the spread of misinformation.

    A new album, No More Pain EP was released on May 5th 2008. Nick Blinko has also finished a new untitled novel, due out sometime in the near future.

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    Label - S&M (7)

  2. Jp03

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    track 17 is Ireland Sun from the Pope Adrian 37th album
     
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