don camillo und die schildbürger / punk-inspired slum-poetry noise / germany 1981 / rareallyveryrare

one of the most rare or even most rarest german diy-punk-records of the early eighties, a white-label 7"-vinyl-record in a rankxeroxed handfolded cover: don camillo und die schildbürger dissplaying einmal ist keinmal. this is mike just in 1981 deconstructing his very own noise long before he became the head of schrott or starving missile, his labels that released hundreds of records by the likes of der künftige musikant or the dead kennedys. 
einmal ist keinmal is pure/itanely mike just, his voice, his radio and his tape machine; the record was released in edition of 200 copies in 1981 and is long gone since and almost impossible to find, though you may buy it on discogs for 251,67 euro or about 251,67 dollar. but before you do so, please take the opportunity to listen to it right here and take your chance to ask mike if he has got a spare copy in his archives.
side a of the record has all the music, six or eight tracks in total, and side b is a blank groove that i added for your pleasure anyway. so here is nine and a half minutes of a 1981 postpunkraut-expearamint that you can't enjoy.

(mp3 / download or listen directly / don't forget to save the pictures)

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