HEAVY ELECTRONICS – NEW YORK – EST. 1995

DISCOGRAPHY

First demo, 1995

Self-released cassette

*****

Heat Seeking Audio, 7″, 1996

Self-released, 321 copies total, 21 with shattered windshield and circuit board covers

Bi-directional and locked grooves cut by Aardvark

heat seeking audio

*****

Various Artists, “Underground USA”, 1996

Mother Savage Noise Productions, USA, cassette

  • A1 Woe Is Me –              Disorient Express
  • A2 Orifice Training –       Nubile Tenderness
  • A3 Bacillus –                   Deterioration Of The Host
  • A4 Strict –                       Slut Kill
  • A5 Jennifer Wolski –       Crazy Cooter’s House Of Blues
  • A6 Armenia –                  Obsessive Panty Collector, Blood Sniffer, And Ripe-Crotch Sex Addict (Interrogatorio Cientifico)
  • B1  A.S.M.*  –                  Pure Electronics (Excerpt)
  • B2  Depress / Regress –    Two Packets Of Dope
  • B3  Not Breathing –         Swallowing Dry Sand
  • B4  Daylight Savings Time*  – Demo #1
  • B5  Bob Marinelli –          Miyazu – 1,2,3… Part A, B, C, D
  • B6  Turbulence (8) –         Spectre Of Dismemberment
  • B7       Persn –            Inside The Burnt Wreckage

*****

Black Army Jacket / Hemlock split LP, 1997

Go-Kart Records / Sound Views, USA, 10″ vinyl and CD

Includes Woe Is Me track “Glorious is the Beast (intro)” on the Hemlock side.

Woe Is Me "glorious is the beast"

*****

Various Artists, “Northern Psychedelia”, 1997

Omega Point Records, Japan, CD

  1. Aube Finaledge
  2. C.C.C.C. Shounan Psychedelia
  3. Cemment Loop-Line
  4. Dooms Day Stagnation
  5. Dooms Day Still Alive
  6. Eyepopper Incalculable Person
  7. Force Musick Psychic Defense 1997
  8. Gum-Tezi Tiger III (Live)
  9. Gum-Tezi UxFxOorDxIxE (Live)
  10. MSBR In Blue Psych Room
  11. Public State Public State
  12. Rising Sun (6) Beleive On My Way Running To The Sun Prot
  13. Taichi From The Cradle To The Grave
  14. Totsuzen-Danbowl Midori No Taiyoh
  15. Yuasa Manabu Unjyoh
  16. Woe Is Me Four Track Mind

*****

“Big Plans”, cassette, 1997

SE Productions, Japan, 60 copies

Cassette wrapped in sandpaper and printed transparancy band. Fastened with nuts, bolts, wire, and suspended screw. Outer baggie closed with sandpaper hangtag and hardware.

big plans cassette

*****

Spastic Colon / Bastard Noise split, 1998

Pinch A Loaf Productions

Includes Woe Is Me on the Bastard Noise track “Stationary Flight Passage”

*****

Bastard Noise with Woe Is Me and Namanax / Hermit, “Microscopic Malediction / Extinction is Mandatory”, 1998

New Noise, Netherlands, 7″ vinyl, limited edition

microscopic malediction extinction is mandatorymicroscopic malediction extinction is mandatory*****

Woe Is Me / David Wright (Not Breathing), “Emergency Procedures: Live / Orca Y Corazon” , 1998

Spite, USA, cassette, 50 copies

*****

Various Artists, “1654 The Cave II”, 1998

Hands Productions, Germany, CD, 1st edition in silver eco-pak limited to 500 copies.
Regular edition comes in a jewel-case.

  1. Orphx –                     Teletai
  2. Winterkälte –            Warm Up
  3. Ravenloft –               X-311
  4. Imm –                        Project/Song 3/ZI7
  5. De Fabrik*  –             Chaos
  6. Sigillum S –               Missing Sonar 249 In B.A.
  7. Hybrids*  –                Song For The Rozenbergs
  8. Woe Is Me –             Why On Earth
  9. Ah Cama-Sotz –       Scalae Cryptae
  10. Vidna Obmana – Kindred Spirits
  11. Blink Twice –            Neutral Moment
  12. P·A·L –                     14-97
  13. Explotando O Som – Maresia
  14. Needle Sharing – We Are Back

woe is me

*****

Bastard Noise, “Three Dollar Date / Microscopic Malediction”, 2006

Housepig, USA, mini CD. This 3″ pro-pressed cd reissues the 1998 7″ from A.I.P.R. Records, and their side of the split 7″ with Hermit.

Package includes miniature original liner notes, and a glass with which to read them. Limited to 500 copies.

Includes Woe Is Me collaborations from the Microscopic Malediction 7″

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