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Von LMO Tranceformer: Future Languaje 2001
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Sci-Fi avant-garde by futuristic punk pioneer. Much before DEVO, and while the first man was landing on the moon, this astonishing character who addressed himself as VON LMO was already experimenting with the drums and synthethizers, way ahead his time! Munster Records re-issues a CD containing part of his work performed in 1981.

His pioneering work in the destruction of musical forms and instruments spans back to late 60s, with his combo Funeral of Art, with Sal Meida (Roxy / Milk’n’Cookies / Hilly Michaels Band…). His next major contribution to culture came in the form of the band named Kongress during the mid 70s. Originally a synth/drums duo with erstwhile Aleister Crowley buff Otto Von Ruggins 666, the combo grew into a larger conglomerate incorporating bizarre spear-chuckin’ Australian cleric Geoffrey Crozier amongst others.

BY 77, decided to join forces with ‘antisocial’ guitar shredder Rudolph Gray, to form the legendary and fire-raiser combo Red Transistor (their first gig saw Von Lmo donned a straight jacket and proceeded to chop up a lot of stuff…! A year later went on to form The Von Lmo Band, a later incarnation of this unit recorded this “Future Language”, after which Von went into ‘suspended’ animation for a while…

From his records, you could count on a muscular kind of insect music, like Devo, Chrome, Residents, Suicide or Silver Apples, but the truth is a little louder…! Von Lmo ripped up heavy punk loops with really abrasive feedback and high-end hurting; a formula borrowed from him by Sonic Youth. He looked like George C. Scott towards the end of “Hardcore”, demented and shellshocked.

Munster Records now issues under the name of “Transformer: Future Language 2001” his “Future Language”, originally released in 1981, a noisy and frenzy blend of wild-schizoid-futuristic punk, well ahead of his time featuring sounds maybe you could realte to Devo meeting Rob Zombie??!!!

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