Blurt Vinyl, CD & tapes by Blurt at Norman Records

9 item(s) found.   Show filters »

Blurt
Poppycock

At the time of writing (5th April 2018), Poppycock - the third studio LP from 80s art-punks Blurt - is ranked as the 831st-best album for 1986 by Rate Your Music. Initially that doesn’t sound very impressive, but consider 1) how many records were released that year, and 2) those lists tend to be skewed by people who actually think that Peter Gabriel’s So deserves a place in the top 20 and the odds start to look more favourable for Blurt. Anyway, Poppycock is a funny old thing, a zany saxophone-led affair that recalls The Birthday Party and James Chance & The Contortions as well as paving the way for the wtf-fest that was Mr. Bungle. Now remastered and reissued by Klanggalerie.

Ted Milton / Blurt
Ruminant Violence

Optimo Music here give a proper dancefloor context to an underappreciated weirdo gem by Ted Milton from 1984: the cult joy of Love Like A Violence. This reissue places the track in a DJ-friendly 12” context, along with its original B-side (‘It’s Only Recently That Stalins Have Begun To Roost’) and an addictive cut by Milton’s band Blurt.
  • Artist(s):
  • Blurt

Blurt
Live At Oto

Sold out

Blurt
Beneath Discordant Skies

Blurt is one of the longest-running and highest-profile projects of Ted Milton, an alto-saxophonist and existential poet. The art-rock crew have been highly productive over the years, but Beneath Discordant Skies represents their first full-length collection in half a decade. Plenty of time to brew some powerful experimental skronk numbers. On Salamander.
  • Artist(s):
  • Blurt

Blurt
Giant Lizards On High

Sold out

Blurt
Live In Berlin

Sold out

Blurt
Cut It/ Hat

Sold out

Blurt
Cut It

Sold out

Blurt
Blurt Plus Singles

Sold out