9 thoughts on “ Odd - Nurse With Wound - Nurse With Wound (2): 1992-2000 (CD)

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  4. Nurse with Wound Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Customers Also Bought Items By Coil Throbbing Gristle Nurse With Wound 2 Odd (Reworked CD version) 3 Homotopy To Marie 4 Several Odd Moments Prior to Lunch (Original vinyl version) 5 Salt Marie Celeste 6.
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  6. Nurse With Wound's catalogue is dotted with the occasional 'song', between all the abstract sounds, and this is the earliest example. The midsection of the CD is given up to 'mawsookedoranj', or 'more sucked orange', suggesting a collection of snippets and offcuts a la those on A Sucked Orange.
  7. Sinister Whimsy For The Wretched contains the long out-of-print albums, Sugar Fish Drink () and Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven (). Both discs are remastered by Andrew Liles. You will never hear these better. Sugar Fish Drink, "Cod Surrealism", is a distinctly wet aberration on paranoid aesthetics occasionally coordinated by John Balance and Steven Stapleton.
  8. Odd 5. Aquarium 6. Dirty Fingernails No Hiding from the Black Bird Nurse With Wound 2. Burial of the Sardine FH Nylon Coverin' Body Smotherin' (with Current 93) [Split] () Current 2. The Great in the Small Nurse With Wound Please Support your Favorite Artist and Buy the Original CD's/DVDs and also Merch. ~ DMCA Protected.
  9. Jan 08,  · Don't know about the LP, but the CD sounds as if Nurse With Wound decided to make a Krautrock album. It's pretty bizarre, as you'd expect from Stapleton, but it rocks like no NWW that I know of! One more thing I like about these three titles is that they avoid the silliness which Stapleton often engages in but that I merely find to be an irritant.

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