V.A. "Island of Sanity : New Music from New York City”

V.A. "Island of Sanity : New Music from New York City”

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Various Artists
Island of Sanity : New Music from New York City
No Man's Land (Germany) 1987
nml 8707d (2LP) gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : EX+(light wear on corner, still good condition.)
media : EX/EX,EX/EX(some slightly surface noises. some small and slightly hairlines that does not affect to sounds.)

This double album, produced by Elliott Sharp and released in 1987, is a compilation of music by 22 artists from the New York experimental scene. The album contains a plethora of tracks by artists whose names give me the creeps, including David Linton, Christian Marclay, and the Skelton Crew. All of the tracks are excellent, but there's also a floor-ready percussion track by David Linton on A1. Then the great track by Christian Marclay a turntablist known for his collaborations with Toshio "Bing" Kajiwara of Hitozoku Records/Antibodies Collective, on A3.

A1: David Linton "Lumbago"
A3: Christian Marclay "1930"

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