Diehard color-in-color (black into transparent seablue vinyl) limited to 100 copies! Second chapter in FOAD's annihilating mission to re-issue all the early 7MON material enriched by an incredible amount of rare and unreleased recordings. This LP includes two classic Ep's from the legendary years when TNT&Records from Germany was putting out on 7" some of the most classic Noisecore ever landed on this planet.. "Your father was a poser... and what's about you??" (1990) and the split with AxCx (1989) called "We'll just have to acclimatize ourselves to the post nuclear area" : complete rough tape sessions with a lot of never heard before outtakes added, freshly ripped from Mick's masters. Straight from the LP liner-notes: "the story behind this LP begun when Matthias Weigand delivered us a huge box of 7MON reels to transfer in the studio, to check exactly what was included in each one of them. We found out that most of them were the masters of the early Eps released by TNT &Records and then Ecocentric Records. When we started to discuss about a possible series of 7MON releases on LP to re-build the band's discography from the early times, Mick came out with the fact that he had recently unearthed the complete sessions of each EP, that were much longer than how they were originally released on 7".. (continues)"
To give you an idea of how longer these sessions are, the split 7" with AxCx was 6':35" on the original TNT&Rec EP, this extended version clocks at 17':18" with more than ten minutes of extra noise! The bonus CD includes both the original EP versions transferred straight from the reels with a somehow sharper sound and the extended rough tape edits from Mick's archives. The total of tracks included on this collection is countless, just think about the fact that the TNT editions had respectively 552 ("Your father was a poser..") and 241 songs (Split with AxCx), nobody dared to count the complete sessions included here but we're probably exceeding 2000!! These two legendary sessions shaped a whole genre and countless bands spawned from the "musical" extremism concepted by two Australian guys in the 80's. If there's a heaven of Noise, Seven Minutes Of Nausea is surely deserving a place at the top of it. LP with a special PVC sticker on the front cover, bonus CD, square A2 poster with the stunning "Your father was a poser.." art in its original colors and 20 page lyrics booklet!!