SOLDIER'S DISEASE

MODERN WITCHCRAFT

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by greh @ 1:00pm on February 27, 2010

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HOPE AND RUIN vol. 1

The first in hopefully a long series of Soldier’s Disease mixes. This one is by me, but I’ve got some solid guest mixes lined up already. For this starter, there’s no flow, no zone, just what I want to hear pretty much all day. Some bleak and influential tracks here as far as my tastes are concerned. This was sent out as a CDR with some Chondritic Sound orders last year in an un-mixed format. Below is the tracklist and some cover art.

You can download the mix HERE or click the play button to listen now.

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THEIR PETALS BROKEN, ILL-FORMED AND STOLEN

More from the ‘living room’ collection. The damaged photos at the bottom were a gift from Jamie Easter who found a large stack of similar photos, if believe in an abandoned building somewhere in Detroit/Hamtramck.

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ANOTHER DAY FULL OF DREAD

Note new address: http://soldiersdisease.com/ – old links will still work but it’d be great if you updated. Or if you haven’t linked and feel like it, that’d be great too.

Scans from collected/found amateur pornographic photographs grabbed at seedy bookstores and flea markets over the past few years. They’d previously hung in our living room, but since most everything I own is boxed from the last move pending a cross-country move next month, I had to rip into some cardboard and yank them from the frames to present them here. Now that they’re out, might as well put them on the wall again. Expect scans from these in the next day or so.

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WELL-DRESSED MAN DISGUISE

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by greh @ 3:39pm on February 17, 2010

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SLICER

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by greh @ 7:30am on February 12, 2010

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RISE OUT!

Postcards/fliers/stickers/newsletters from the archive.

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