The Japanese Pangea record label released this Bondage Fruit compilation album in 1999, the same year that the Maboroshi No Sekai label released the fourth album by Bondage Fruit.
Five tracks, taken from the first three albums.
No new material, but pretty exciting music.
Data has been added to the United Mutations Archives.
Track 15 on Show #2 from Frank Zappa's The Haloween 77 Box has an error.
There's two or three seconds somewhere in the track that are repeated, making the track two or three seconds longe than it should be.
Those of us / of you who bought the box directly through Zappa dot com will receive a message with a link to a download of the correct track.
It looks like a radio broacast of a Missing Persons' concert found its way to a CD-release.
"Live In New York 1981".
Semi-official release on the Air Cuts record label.
Missing Persons = Dale Bozzio, Warren Cuccurullo and Terry Bozzio
Writer Dimitri Verhulst plus ten musicians, lead by guitar player and composer Corrie van Binsbergen who took care of the soundtrack.
I was very happy to attend the concert in Herentals a little while ago. Nice. Very nice.
Released on vinyl.
If you're able to attend one of these concerts, don't hesitate.
Belgian duo Magnus consists of CJ Bolland and Tom Barman.
(Tom Barman = dEUS, = Barman / Van Nueten, = TaxiWars)
Magnus is some sort of dance music project.
This first album, however, might be classified as some sort of rock album with dance beats.
It has been entered into the United Mutations Archives because it features Peter Vermeersch, Mauro Pawlowski and Tim Vanhamel.
The soundtrack of the documentary about Rachel Flowers has been made available on CD.
Rachel became known through a number of YouTube movies where she performed some great music, including a couple of Frank Zappa tunes. Shortly thereafter, she got invited on stage during a Zappa Plays Zappa concert.
The recording of Rachel with the Dweezil 'ZpZ' Zappa band perfoming 'Montana' is the closing track on this soundtrack.