Label: Blackest Rainbow (BRR668)
Format: Stool Sample Transparent brown vinyl L.P. / Earwax Marbled burnt orange coloured vinyl L.P. / Septic Scabs Dark red coloured vinyl L.P. / Activated Charcoal Marbled charcoal vinyl L.P. / Abnormal Urine Marbled teal coloured vinyl L.P. / Tapeworm Marbled grey coloured vinyl L.P.
Love is Dead (I'm Loving Engels Instead)
Blood and Sludge (I)
Intravenous Lipid Emulsion
DSM code 295.9/ICD code F20.3
Blood and Sludge (II)
DSM code 295.3/ICD code F20.0
Another instalment in the ongoing MONSTER series and the fourth record for Blackest Rainbow.
Monstrous Medical Mishaps (Horrendous Hospitals and Disastrous Dentistry) is a medically themed album. Many of the rhythm tracks used on the recording were constructed from an array of meticulously crafted samples garnered from an assortment of medical and dental instruments being tapped, scraped and plucked.
As with all Liles releases, this L.P. covers a huge and unpredictable musical landscape, ranging from leftfield electronica and twisted beats through to the unfathomably bizarre.
Open your mouth and say “AAAARRRRGGGGHHHHH!”
Stunning cover art comes from Zeke Clough, an artist known for electronic music’s most shockingly morbid and detailed sleeve art, whose twisted designs came to define the aesthetic of the groundbreaking Dubstep label Skull Disco.
This L.P. has been pressed in 6 different colours. ALL DISCS INCLUDE EXACTLY THE SAME MUSIC –
‘Stool Sample’ version, pressed on transparent brown vinyl. Edition of 26 copies.
‘Earwax’ version, pressed on a marbled burnt orange coloured vinyl. Edition of 38 copies.
‘Septic Scabs’ version, pressed on a dark red coloured vinyl. Edition of 41 copies.
‘Abnormal Urine’ version, pressed on a slightly marbled teal coloured vinyl. Edition of 51 copies.
‘Tapeworm’ version, pressed on a slightly marbled grey coloured vinyl. Edition of 76 copies.
‘Activated Charcoal’ version, pressed on a slightly marbled vinyl which to the naked eye looks charcoal, but when held to a light is a dark grey/red/brown colour. Edition of 68 copies.