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The fourth in a series of previously unreleased recordings spanning the years 1991-1998. Unearthed from a massive archive of DAT tapes, recently retrieved from storage and largely forgotten about. Given the current state of intellectual property rights abuse, I would appreciate that these recordings not be uploaded to YouTube or shared via questionable file sharing networks.
The fourth in a series of previously unreleased recordings, Vol.4 - The Joy of Disease: Demos and Remixes showcases the initial recordings in preparation for the cult-favorite Joy of Disease album, released in 1995 on John Zorn's Japanese Avant label. These early home-recorded instrumental versions are supplemented by unreleased remixes from Plotkin and co-producer Mick Harris of Napalm Death/Scorn fame. The remixes were done during the original album sessions at Mick Harris' Black Box studio in the Custard Factory in Birmingham, UK.
This is the first time these demo recordings have been heard by anyone other than Plotkin since their inception.