Coil - Scatology



Disc 1 | 12"
Second edition 
A Matrix:
B Matrix:
Record Details
Artist: Coil
Title: Scatology
Format: 12"
Label: Force & Form / K.422
Cat No: FFK1 / FFK1
Released: 1984
Genres: Industrial, Experimental
Status Details
Status Have
Additional Information
Comments Second edition with no postcard covering black star on front cover. Comes with a black and white printed inner sleeve with lyrics. The artwork in the top left cover of the front of the inner sleeve is a woodcut by [a=Alfred Jarry].

A1 - Four sounds, sampled and sequenced on a Fairlight CMI.
A3 - An improvisation at Aosis Studios.
A4 - Backing track composed on the Fairlight.
A5 - Original rhythm played on Mimic sampling keyboard and recorded on TEAC 4 track cassette machine and then bounced to 24 track for the addition of Ocarina, organ, sampled drums and vocals.
B1 - Recorded live at the Bar Maldoror, September 3rd, 1984.
B2 - This track consists of samples made from private recordings and from [m=21196].
B3 - Originally to be called "Ergot".

"The name 'Coil', first used by John Balance in Autumn 1982 for his solo works, now represents him in collaboration with Peter Christopherson."

"We would like to thank the following, who were all most obliging in one way or another: Marc A., Stevø, Rob, Jane and Sue, Gavin Friday, Steve, Nick Alvarez, Tibet 93, Barry Clempson, God's Gift, Max & Richard, Fritz, Derek J., Marc Monin, Bastille, and Leon, wherever he is."

On spine: Made in England ℗ & © K.422 1984
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