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Black Light District is top tier material, will have to grab the repress.

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they do have a ton of records but there's an insane amount of quality shit. i was recently listening to Black Light District and the whole time i was like "how is this possibly from 1996 this sounds l

Listened to Tim Machines in bed last night.  So perfect.

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On 4/9/2020 at 4:10 AM, d-a-m-o said:

Black Light District is top tier material, will have to grab the repress.

I forgot to mention that one!  It was going for 30% off recently.  Not sure if it is now.    Essential for their ambient side.  

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21 minutes ago, no part of it said:

I forgot to mention that one!  It was going for 30% off recently.  Not sure if it is now.    Essential for their ambient side.  

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Issues 175 (sept 98) & 194 (2000) of the temporary free Wire archive have a few wicked interviews. My own magazine copies fell apart years ago, mad reading these after so many years.

Sure if you dig, there are more to be found. If anyone finds anything relevant lob the issue numbers here why we still have access.

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On 4/14/2020 at 7:21 AM, cwmbrancity said:

Here you go, you got until tomorrow morning-ish

https://ocean.exacteditions.com/magazines/493/issues/

Sad I missed this!   I thought everything was at their brainwashed site.   I've read everything at that site.   I'm sure I can find it on archive.org or something, there are too many Coil fanatics to not have this big name interview be traced somewhere.   

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Just revisited The Musick To Play In The Dark today after several years. Used to be one of my favorites from Coil, so many spliff sessions on this one. It is still solid as ever.

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There’s an “official” Coil bandcamp now:

https://coilofficial.bandcamp.com/music

edit: this is Drew McDowell, so I hope he came to some kind of agreement with Danny Hyde and Thighpaulsandra not to have competing Coil stores, it’s confusing enough already to weed out the “legit” releases from the Russian bootlegs.

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@Rubin Farrif I quote the page goes array, but

 

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FP presents a long-awaited complete version of “Sara Dale's Sensual Massage” OST with 8 exclusive and unheard tracks. 
Sara Dale's Sensual Massage was a delightful erotic video with a mystic soundtrack by Coil. Quite unusual for the band dreamy ambient, almost spa-relaxed soft harmonies, bland tribal rhythms, chimes, and birdsong but still with dark mysterious and inimitable Coil musick's charm. 
However, the second part of the album explores more rhythmic structures that remind 'Gay Man's Guide...' soundtrack. 

Besides the OST recordings, the edition includes bonus tracks from the "Basilisk prod.'s" era: “Theme From Blue”, and grandiose "The Hills Are Alive" so badly wanted on vinyl. 
Artwork by Steven Stapleton. Mastering by Martin Bowes. 
The album available on CD, 2LP in 4 different colors, and Collectors vinyl Box Edition limited to 55 copies.

 

Oh well.

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