Originally released in 1985 on the dutch label DING DONG Records, the split cassette The Terminal Kaleidoscope compiled excerpts from their 1984 tour in Holland and Switzerland.
Wrapped in a poster which once folded has the size of a Single 7", a booklet is also included. This CD reissue is limited to an amount of 500 copies...
supported by 6 fans who also own “Attrition - Across The Divide”
Great to have some tracks that are rarities and otherwise you'd never know existed (Jungle, WW6, No Bell) I'll play the wishful critic (as opposed to drooling sycophant) ;) jk guys... Where's all the other wonderful tracks from compilations? 8 years remastering and they're nowhere :( The ORIGINAL Time dance 5+min version, The OG Day at the Dreamies (simply amazing), Happy days, Shoot horses, My baby likes to hurt me, stuff from Stained soma that wasn't on traumstadt? Please, take my money!! :) mattyg107
supported by 5 fans who also own “Attrition - Across The Divide”
This is unexpectedly becoming one of my favorite Dots releases, period, along with Malachai and several other late ‘80s-‘90s highlights (my favorite LPD era). So happy to see some last copies of the gorgeous-looking LP on Bandcamp after making the mistake of not buying at the SF show. Walter Campbell