Foetus Interruptus - Thaw album download
|A1||Don't Hide It Provide It|
|A4||English Faggot / Nothin Man|
|B2||The Dipsomaniac Kiss|
|B5||A Prayer For My Death|
- Copyright (c) – Self Immolation
- Copyright (c) – Some Bizzare
- Recorded At – BC Studio
- Mixed At – BC Studio
- Published By – Dimehart
- Engineer – Martin Bisi
- Layout [Execution] – MX/Ai
- Sleeve – J.G. Thirlwell
- Written-By, Arranged By, Performer, Producer – Clint Ruin, Foetus Interruptus*, J.G. Thirlwell
NotesRecorded and mixed at B.C., Brooklyn Dec 87 - Mar 88
© 1988 Self Immolation/Some Bizarre
Made In England
|WOMB FIP 5||Foetus Interruptus*||Thaw (LP, Album)||Self Immolation||WOMB FIP 5||UK||1988|
|33083||Foetus Interruptus*||Thaw (LP, Album)||Torso||33083||Netherlands||1988|
|THI57013.2||Foetus Interruptus*||Thaw (CD, Album, RE)||Thirsty Ear||THI57013.2||US||1995|
|WOMB FIP 5, DAN LP 009||Foetus Interruptus*||Thaw (LP, Album, Gat)||Self Immolation, Danceteria||WOMB FIP 5, DAN LP 009||UK||1988|
|WOMB FIP 5||Foetus Interruptus*||Thaw (LP, Album, Promo, TP, W/Lbl)||Self Immolation||WOMB FIP 5||UK||1988|
Thaw is a Foetus Interruptus album released by Self Immolation/Some Bizzare in September 1988 and also released on Some Bizzare 1995, by Thirsty Ear. The track "English Faggot/Nothin Man" was inspired by a harassing message Thirlwell received on his answering machine. All tracks written by J. G. Thirlwell. Martin Bisi – engineering.
Complete your Foetus Interruptus collection. WOMB FIP 5 CD. UK. 1988. WOMB FIP 5C. Foetus Interruptus.
Coitus interruptus, also known as the rejected sexual intercourse, withdrawal or the pull-out method, is a method of birth control in which a man, during sexual intercourse, withdraws his penis from a woman's vagina prior to orgasm (and ejaculation) and then directs his ejaculate (semen) away from the vagina in an effort to avoid insemination. This method of contraception, widely used for at least two millennia, is still in use today.
All the traditional harsh, machine-based noise is still present, but in slightly more conventional patterns than before.
I first met Foetus with "Nail", which is his masterpiece. Since them, all Thirlwhell album I've met seems great and complementary to the eruption, magnificent and violent void of "Nail". It's a whole body of work. One terrible work, destructive almost all the time, hopeless, carved in blood and veins, plenty full of infernal but lyrical noise and sounds. Thaw" isn't so great as "Nail" or "Hole" but, as a part of a continuous agonic symphony still in progress it makes sense and sounds amazing as well.