VCSR - Tape #4 album
Tape is one of these raw reels recorded in 1979 and 1980. This was done before they had a mixer. Permanent Records reissued that album, and now turn to an archival issue from Vermette’s experimental group, VCSR. Tape proves as elusive as the late-1970s, early-1980s ensemble, as it is simply one of many tapes produced by VCSR that are unreleased. From their own collection of tapes, this album features three compositions, which includes two extended performances. These mysterious recordings are titled by number, and which adds to the archival feel of the release.
Titel: Tape Label: Permanent. Katalog-Nr: perm048lp. Vinyl, CD & Tape from Label. LP25,99 €. Stonewall - Stonewall LP. Salt Lick.
VCSR Tape (Permanent).
Demo Tape 4, despite the name, is actually the fifth demo tape released by System of a Down. It is notably longer than the other demo tapes; while the others were three or four tracks long, this is thirteen tracks long, and closer to an actual album in length. It was never meant to be released to the public, and was meant for record companies; however, it eventually found its way onto the internet
This, however, was mostly made up of original songs with original production with Funkmaster Flex providing the DJ mix.
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Dave PalmerJohn VignolaBil VermetteRand. One of the many late night recordings, John, Dave, and Bil did in the summer of 1979. Recorded in 1979 - J. Vignola - Arp 2600, D. Palmer- Farfisa Organ, B. Vermette - EML 101. VCSR.
- Performer – Bil Vermette, Dave Palmer , Emmons Page, John Vignola, Randy Jezierski
NotesLimited to 500 copies - 150 on Clear (THIS) and 350 on Black
|PERM-048||VCSR||Tape #4 (LP, Ltd)||Permanent Records||PERM-048||US||2015|