Sunday, July 13, 2008
Death Pact International - Peace Through Superior Firepower (tape, no label, 198?)
Today this blog exists for one year. Started out as something I was planning to do for just the slow summer period, then I thought to do it for a year. Some weeks ago I made a big pile here of stuff that I still want to do. So I can see the end of this blog somewhere in the future. Perhaps I'll make it into 2009, but a second anniversary is not likely to happen. I don't use soulseek, nor do I share stuff that I didn't make myself (o.k. with some exceptions). Everything on this blog I have (95% that is) I had in my hands, and did all the work (transfer and scans) on. This way I can guarantee it's all correct. And that's why I don't want to take on other stuff too lightly. Today we have Death Pact International, which was started by The Grey Wolves as a sort of music by mail project. Everybody could send in raw sound material which was then mixed together. The name Death Pact International was also open to use by anyone, but I think just The Grey Wolves did, and Midas Music/Korm Plastics did have a small label with collaborations. 'Peace Through Superior Firepower' was made by The Grey Wolves department. Perhaps it came it with a booklet, but I don't seem to have it. More tapes later.