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Destroy All Monsters

Hot Box 1974-1995


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Destroy All Monsters

Hot Box 1974-1995


SKU: MR CD 348  |  ,

An anthology which compiles, for the first time, both the experimental period and the high energy years (with Ron Asheton and Michael Davis) of Destroy All Monsters. Includes a generously illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes, including previously unreleased material.

Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as bastion of resistance of Detroit’s rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor City’s music scene, from the University of Michigan’s Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental – led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley – and the high energy one – with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5 -, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of America’s cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. “Hot Box 1974-1995” is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material.

Grupo liderado por la impredecible Niagara. Dinamizo (y dinamito) a una banda arty que acabó siendo leyenda oscura del rock de Detroit. Bajo el innegable atractivo de su vocalista y de sus desmanes, no se encuentran canciones para todos los públicos ni un arsenal de posibles éxitos en potencia. Su primera fase abundó en desestructuradois pedazos de música con contornos difuminados, centrados en plasmar pesadillas y malos rollos. Más concreta fue su etapa con Ron Asheton, plagada de buenas piezas firmadas a medias por el ex Stooge con la cantante... (Alfred Crespo para Ruta 66)

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An anthology which compiles, for the first time, both the experimental period and the high energy years (with Ron Asheton and Michael Davis) of Destroy All Monsters. Includes a generously illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes, including previously unreleased material.

Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as bastion of resistance of Detroit’s rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor City’s music scene, from the University of Michigan’s Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental – led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley – and the high energy one – with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5 -, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of America’s cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. “Hot Box 1974-1995” is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material.

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Hot Box 1974-1995

SKU: MR CD 348  |  ,

An anthology which compiles, for the first time, both the experimental period and the high energy years (with Ron Asheton and Michael Davis) of Destroy All Monsters. Includes a generously illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes, including previously unreleased material.

Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as bastion of resistance of Detroit’s rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor City’s music scene, from the University of Michigan’s Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental – led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley – and the high energy one – with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5 -, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of America’s cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. “Hot Box 1974-1995” is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material.


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Munster

Destroy All Monsters

Hot Box 1974-1995

SKU: MR CD 348  |  ,

An anthology which compiles, for the first time, both the experimental period and the high energy years (with Ron Asheton and Michael Davis) of Destroy All Monsters. Includes a generously illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes, including previously unreleased material.

Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as bastion of resistance of Detroit’s rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor City’s music scene, from the University of Michigan’s Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental – led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley – and the high energy one – with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5 -, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of America’s cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. “Hot Box 1974-1995” is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material.

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