We've updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.

MP3 Club #41: Sludgefeast 92

by Sludgefeast '92

/
1.
2.
No Name 00:46
3.
Fever 01:38
4.
Obnoxious 01:16
5.
Reality 01:41
6.
Stove 02:58
7.
Heaven 01:43
8.
Flower 02:06
9.
10.
Dust Cloud 02:15
11.
Stereo 01:31
12.
Paris 00:58
13.
Surprise 02:15
14.
15.
Digestor 02:05
16.
Tortoise 01:20
17.
18.
Sheltered 02:14
19.
Dog Food 02:20
20.
21.
22.
Doorway 01:29
23.
Archway 03:10
24.
Pale Globe 01:25
25.
Hate 01:42
26.
Hate Song 01:15
27.
28.
29.
30.
Spud 02:55
31.
32.
Mangled 02:53
33.
Too Kind 01:35
34.
Thoughtless 01:41
35.
36.
Never Again 01:02
37.
38.
285 Miles 01:03
39.
40.
Intro 01:04

about

This year marks 30 years of Sludgefeast, I could write a billion words about it….but what’s the point? As we get ready to release a brand new SF album, I decided to go back and re-record all the original songs. 30 years ago, I dreamed of being able to record these songs, and now years later I kind of decided I owed it to myself to do it. If you buy the release you also get access to hours of previously unavailable rehearsals & shows from 91-93.

These studio recordings collect together every single song I could find or remember from that time. I know a bunch have been forgotten and lost, but at least these ones have been saved from the giant vacuum that is my ever-expanding-clouded-memory.

I recorded everything apart from the drums in my small flat, which is why the vocals are sung in an exceptionally quiet Anti-Rock’n’Roll fashion. I released this on April Fools day 22, exactly 30 years after we recorded our 4-track demo. And really, April fools day is the only day I could release something like this, seeing as I spent way too much time on it for no apparent reason.

For $6.66 you get 39 songs, 1 interview, 225 original unreleased recordings, and 2 secret tracks. 267 songs, that's less than quarter of a cent per track! - but you know what - that is still 8X more than Spotify will pay!

credits

released January 4, 2022

recorded in march 2022 by James, written in 1991/1992/1993 mostly by James, with some help from Richard Hawkes

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

Springloaded Games

Springloaded is an indie games company started by James Barnard, who along with making games, also has a love of chip tunes, punk rock, and a few other musical styles here and there.
The purity and heaviness of an unmodified square wave defines it as the best sound in the universe.
Come back for regular new releases to coincide with each of our new games.
... more

contact / help

Contact Springloaded Games

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

Report this album or account

If you like MP3 Club #41: Sludgefeast 92, you may also like: