22 Nov 2012
Blurt - Live in Berlin [FBN 5] 
Factory Benelux presents a 500-copy limited edition 10" vinyl edition of Live In Berlin, the 1981 debut album by Blurt.

Live In Berlin, a blistering live set taped at the Berlin Free University on 13 December 1980, was scheduled for release as a 10" album on Factory Benelux (FBN 5) the following year. However, after Blurt parted company with Factory the set appeared as a regular 12" album on Armageddon.

In order to fit all 8 tracks this remastered version of Live In Berlin also includes a bonus 45 rpm 7" single. Sleevenotes by Wire editor Chris Bohn perfect this highly collectible package.

Blurt - Live in Berlin [FBN 5]

Tracklisting

Side One

1. Cherry Blossom Polish
2. My Mother Was a Friend of an Enemy of the People
3. Puppeteers of the World Unite

Side Two

4. Tube Plane
5. Paranoid Blues
6. Ubu

Side Three

7. Get

Side Four

8. Dyslexia Rules


Artist: Blurt
Title: Live in Berlin
Format: 10" + 7" vinyl (500 copies only)
Catalogue number: FBN 5 (8 tracks total)
Release date: 11 February 2013

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