cat-nr: sug: 001, release date: Jan. 1994, first edition: 1000, green vinyl
Two fantastic features of intense, raw and grinding industrial metal from the suburbs of Norway's capital city! Ultimately the tightest and most powerfull project from Norway!
cat-nr: sug: 002, release date: Feb. 1994, first edition: 1000, black vinyl
Finland's extreme experimental industrial doom project. Five colossaly grinding industrial peaces. A absolutely devastating debut from these disturbing noise experimentation, influenced by Black Sabbath and Godflesh!
cat-nr: sug: 003, release date: Apr. 1994, first edition: 1000, yellow vinyl
The sound of ELIXIR is a nightmarish dream, an uncontrolable haze of distorted frequencies and crashing rythms, all subject to a punishing back beat. Ranging from beyond heavy hardcore beats to droning, ambient rumblings, ELIXIR combine many influences to produce the most advance sound they are humanly capable of.
cat-nr: sug: 004, release date: Aug. 1994, first edition: 1000, clear vinyl
An orchestrated apocalypse of intense industrial spacecore for our wasted generation! Experience the utter horror of musical dismemberment by the Universal Chaos Orchestra. Four songs of sonic deconstruction!
cat-nr: sug: 005, release date: Feb. 1995, first edition: 1000, blue vinyl
Deep's debut release. Slow-motion experimental sounds, played with drum computers, 2 bass guitars, noisy synth parts and tape loops! Heavenly multidimensional song/noise structures!
cat-nr: sug: 006, release date: Apr. 1995, first edition: 1000, red vinyl
The most extreme and weird one-man orchestra with the charismatic P.F. Staub on the entertainment noise and technical equipment! A tasty electro noise obscenity!
cat-nr: sug: 007, release date: Oct. 1995, first edition: 2000, mp3
70 minutes of pure pleasure from the Universal Chaos Orchestra! Colossally heavy technical industrial spacecore. A mind confusing surrealistic composition out of atmospheric sounds and disturbing noises.
cat-nr: sug: 008, release date: Feb. 1996, first edition: 1000, blue & green vinyl
Superb classic noise-rock from Oslo / Norway. Heavy, gloomy spooky and sometimes slighty pop ish guitar noise-rock!
cat-nr: sug: 009, release date: Feb. 1996, first edition: 1000, blue vinyl
Features a hypnotically-pounding title track built around drums, metal percussion, keyboard, gtr., treatments and buried vocals, plus four flipside pieces!
cat-nr: sug: 010, release date: May 1996, first edition: 1000, red, pink & green vinyl
Joint-released with `No Risk No Fun´ Records
Pittsburgh’s most notorious noisemongers! An industrial opera of noise and madness! A total insane fusion of extreme guitar noises, weird samples and intense rhythms.
cat-nr: sug: 011, release date: Apr. 1996, first edition: 1000, red vinyl
Two new songs from London’s most direct, cranium-disgusting, post-industrial noise outfits! Awesome rumbling noises, weird rhythms and danceable structured beats!
cat-nr: sug: 012, release date: Nov. 1996, first edition: 600, black vinyl
Psychotic output from these Leeds-based kings of experimental tortured noise sound! Weird and varied experimental noise, hypnotic samples and amazing insane electronics!
cat-nr: sug: 013, release date: Nov. 1996, first edition: 600, black vinyl
Joint-released with `No Risk No Fun´Records
Comprising two 18/19 minute pieces that represent the bands most accomplished work!
cat-nr: sug: 014, release date: May 1997, first edition: 600, black vinyl
A journey to the nether worlds of the human psyche. Slugish noise rock, atmospheric, distorted and gloomy stuff! With this manifest the project MERCURY 4°F is terminated and continues under the new name PHASED 4°F.
cat-nr: sug: 015, release date: May 1997, first edition: 700, black vinyl, mp3
Beautiful packaged output from Japanese noise artist Ichiro Tsuji. Two cuts of distorted metal-percussion, ghostly chime, dark dronings and screaming voices.
cat-nr: sug: 016, release date: Aug. 1998, first edition: 500,
Joint-released with Amanita Records and Fourth Dimension, mp3
Submerged vocal mantras, grand canyon rhythms labyrinthine textures, screaming, loops, bamboo flute, crocodile tears, moonlit guitar surges and spattered samples. Also, keeping the pups at bay, some wonderful, Graham Lambkin artwork.
cat-nr: sug: 017, release date: Aug. 1998, first edition: 1000, mp3
Since 1990 HEADBUTT has swam in the endless ocean of joyous celebratory noise and rhythmic uplifting mayhem using their trademark multiple basses, teetering percussionists, storms of feedback, beautiful possessed vocals and of course their cheap suits.
cat-nr: sug: 018, release date: Sep. 1998, first edition: 600, red vinyl
Mesmerising new finish hypno-rock project! Two cuts of gurgling electronics, psyched-out guitars and sprightly rhythms! Complete with gatefold cover full of holes and printed tin foil inner sleeve!
cat-nr: sug: 019, release date: Dec. 1999, first edition: 700, yellow vinyl
New project that formed as an offshoot of `Chemical Plant´ reforming `Ashley Davies´ (Headbutt, Project D.A.R.K., The London Dirthole Company etc), `Matt Scott´ (D.A.R.K., Klinker Club, etc) and `Isa Suarez´(FinDeSiecle etc) making futurist-ic film signature tunes with enchanting lyrics in an old Basque dialect. The kind of bleak feeling inspired by dysfunctional machinery and the madness that keeps the human spirit trapped within itself. Jane Birkin meets Metropolis?? Pop music for people who think they don’t like pop music
cat-nr: sug: 020, release date: June 1999, first edition: 400, black vinyl
The End was formed during `96 by two crazy technocrats from Oslo’s underworld. They experiment with all sorts of crazy sounds ranging from self-strangulation, insane guitars, psychotic loops to funny cartoon samples and mental film statements. This is the strangest vinyl release from this project.
cat-nr: sug: 021, release date: March 2002, first edition: 1000, mp3
Joint-released by Piledriver and Suggestion Records! Piledrivers fourth and finally their best album so far. This album contains 11 refreshing full-on energetic dancable songs!
cat-nr: sug: 022, release date: March 2006, first edition: 300, mp3 reviews
Four unreleased compositions from 2003!