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This full length cassette album (running at just over 100 minutes) was the fifth for Nasenbluten, with the first four being recorded, home-dubbed and released on the pre-Bloody Fist dEAdGirL label during '93 and '94. Features tracks that went on to be released on the Storm Records 'Really Nasty Violent Sex EP' later in 1995. released October 1, 2014. All embarrassing material by Newlands, Melo, Lubinski. The 100 minute cassette was originally released in February 1995.

Nasenbluten – The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP Storm Records Scotland – WAR 001. Nasenbluten u200e– You're Going To Die. A1 Intro (Arsehole Alert) 00:00 A2 Rabid (Die Motherfucker Remix) 01:02 A3 God Loves You Honey 06:51 A4 Meathead 12:49 A5 Squabble 13:16 A6 For You. Nasenbluten - Dermal Plating (1996).

The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP. Storm Scotland 1995. Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Contains samples of 4 songs. Multiple Elements Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Assassins by Geto Boys (1990).

Nasenbluten – The Really Nasty Violent Sex Ep. Nebulist – Catatonic Acid Relapse Ep. Needle Sharing – My Kind Came First. Negrobeat – Dawson Leery. Nero’s Day At Disneyland – From Rotting Fantasylands. Nic Endo – Cold Metal Perfection. Nina Terrorista – Mata Tus Idolos. Stazma The Junglechrist – A Giant Skull Made Of Guns Ep. Steve Shit – Volume 3: Sidekicks (First Known Use Of The Word Breakcore To Describe A Track – 1994). Stonehead – Raw Power. Stunt Rock – The Pinnacle Of Mediocrity. Stunt Rock – Regret: Instructional Manual Issue One: Questions And Answers For The Insecure Youth. Subsonic – Braized/C-Bus.

Nasenbluten inspired local musicians, leading to a thriving hardcore techno scene in Newcastle. In February 2005 Luke Collison (. Dsico) acknowledged his major influences were "probably Nasenbluten and the Newcastle Hardcore scene. I grew up around there. the radio show that Mark N used to do on 2NUR. While in Germany they recorded an EP, Cheapcore, for the local Strike Records label, which was issued in 1997. The group played their last gig on 30 September 2001, they issued a 3 LP album, Dog Control, in November and disbanded as the three musicians pursued their own projects. Side and later projects. Really Nasty Violent Sex – Storm Records Scotland (WAR 001) (1995). Cheapcore – Strike Records (STRIKE 020) (1997).

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The group were founded by three DJs, Aaron Lubinski (. Xylocaine), David Melo (. Disassembler) and Mark Newlands (. They pioneered hardcore techno, gabber, amigacore and cheapcore music in the Australian market. They released six studio albums before disbanding in 2001. Nasenbluten created music on Amiga personal computers using tracker software in the MOD format and started playing house parties in Newcastle. They self-released a number of cassettes on the Dead Girl label starting with their debut album, Transient Ischemic Attack, which appeared in March 1993. On 31 July that year they recorded a gig, which was released as Live at Wobble. In late October they recorded another album, You're Going to Die.


Pessimistic Guy
Intellectual Killer
Cut Her To Bits


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAR 001 Nasenbluten The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP ‎(12", EP) Storm Records Scotland WAR 001 UK 1995
WAR001 Nasenbluten The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP ‎(12", EP, TP) Storm Records Scotland WAR001 UK 1995

DASH: sample of jean michel jarre: ethnicolor (album zoolook).good track!!
I pay this good vinyl (intellectual killer is a bomb of balanced sounds) 10€ 4 year ago..make yourself questions......
you can got this track cheaper with this comp
My copy has no writing but does have the sticker.
digytal soul
Mark Newlands was never ripped off by Storm. The P&D distributor ripped the label off for all the profit on the vinyl - no money. Mark got his share of the royalties from CD sales from Jackhammer at Nosebleed. As much as I respect Mark Newlands' talent he has exaggerated and misinformed people about the demise of Storm. Jackhammer left the music scene for a while.
Mark hasnt "exaggerated and misinformed people" at all. Im surprised if hes mentioned it to anyone for a decade or more. Check the date of MY comment for a start. And thats relaying details of discussion on a hardcore message board from the late 1990s. Oh and who mentioned 'being ripped off'? I said "had problems over getting the money". Thats not necessarily being ripped off. The first person who used that particular phrase was you.So while its great that you here to present your side of things, youve made a complete hash of it and come away looking worse than before.
This "Sophomore" outing of the more widely available Nasenbluten records offered a glimpse of things that were to come. Hardcore was in a complete drought and the Dutch had gone completely happy/powercore. This record makes a screw that type of statement and is dark and hard, full of breakbeats and most importantly creativity. One of the few gems during the horrible late 94/early 95 era of Hardcore Techno. 5/5 enough said.
Horrible late 94 early 95 era of Hardcore Techno???, really?
I Totally Agree,
Rich Vulture
Something very special about this record, ill treasure mine forever :)
Yet another Nasenbluten release that they had problems over getting the money for. According to Mr. Newlands, Storm stands for 'Someones Taken Our Royalty Money'.
I've heard some nasty rumours, yeah...
Nasenbluten - The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP FLAC album
The Really Nasty Violent Sex EP
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1960 mb
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1876 mb
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