A note from David Roy Williams
Hello. As this is a TISM reissue campaign, we are commencing with two albums that were never issued in the first place. These are:
"ON BEHALF OF TISM I WOULD
LIKE TO CONCEDE WE HAVE LOST THE ELECTION"
The final TISM show. Recorded live November 27, 2004 at Earthcore. 31 Tracks on one CD or limited 2LP. There are two versions of the vinyl edtion: blue vinyl that you might be able to find in record stores, and the extremely limited red vinyl, which will be available exclusively from the online store.
Preliminary Address by DJ Trevor - Defecate On My Face - Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me - Sid Viscous - Somebody Start A Fight Or Something - Neck It - Diffident Strokes - Greg! The Stop Sign!! - Death Death Death - Mistah Eliot – He Wanker/Kill Yourself Now And Avoid The Rush - Message From A Big Day Out Port-a-loo - Defecate On My Face - I’ll ‘Ave Ya - Whatareya? - The Mystery Of The Artist Explained - As Seen On Reality - All Homeboys Are Dickheads - Five Yards - I Rooted A Girl Who Rooted A Guy Who Rooted A Girl Who Rooted A Guy Who Rooted A Girl Who Rooted Shane Crawford - A Faceful Of Divertimenti - Lillee Caught Dilley Bowled Milli Vanilli - Defecate On My Face - BFW - I Drive A Truck - Garbage - (He’ll Never Be An) Ol’ Man River - TISM Are Shit - Defecate On My Face - Interlude - On Behalf Of TISM I Would Like To Concede We Have Lost The Election - Give Up For Australia
"THE TISM DELUXE OMNI-ALBUM"
With its lesser dynamic range, worse signal-to-noise ratio, inferior channel separation, variation in playback speed, limited sound capacity, and susceptibility to heat, dust and damge, vinyl is an inexplicably re-emerging gimmick for pox-addled hair-lipped shut-ins who are trying too hard to compensate for their goitered lives.
But why pay for multiple TISM albums in vinyl format when you can buy only one? The TISM Omni-Album is an all-purpose album cover containing liner notes, artwork and song listings suitable for all six TISM albums. The TISM Deluxe Omni-Album comes with an actual vinyl disc, filled with 100 minutes of total silence, so as not to detract from the sound quality and thereby allowing you to savour the full vinyl experience: you will extract the soon-to-be scratched disc from the soon-to-be bent cover, place it on a revolving turntable powered by the latest in 1920s technology, and then attempt to drop a tiny, fragile and expensive needle on to an inconsistently revolving wax groove.
With the TISM Deluxe Omni-Album, all the features of analogue listening are yours: turntable rumble, extraneous cartridge noise, clicks and pops as the stylus hits dust, and of course, the repetitive insanity of a needle endlessly skipping over the permanently damaged surface. And remember, with The TISM Deluxe Omni-Album's carefully mastered total silence, you can listen to TISM's music in any non-analogue format you choose (these formats are available for separate purchase.) The TISM Deluxe Omni-Album is the ultimate TISM listening experience.
The standard edition of The TISM Omni-Album contains no vinyl at all. Why put up with second best? The TISM Omni-Album gives you the vinyl experience without the crap sound.
The TISM Ultra Deluxe Double Omni-Album - with its two completely silent vinyl discs - has been banned by the Victorian Department of Consumer Affairs. According to a department spokesperson, "surely there's no deadshit stupid enough to buy it."
(were you not paying attention?)
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