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3E / 11,000 Volts

A 7” single re-issue of the first ever release from the short-lived but highly influential New York no-wave band Mars. Originally released on Lydia Lunch’s self-run label Widowspeak, the punk icon described ‘3E’ and ‘11,000 Volts’ as “obtuse and unforgiving” and “sickly sexy”. 

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Mars Archives Volume Three: N.N. End

Feeding Tube Records close out their series of retrospective releases from NYC no-wavers Mars. Mars Archives Volume Three: N.N. End splits into two halves - the first fronts up audio from a 1978 gig at Max’s Kansas City, the second is a taped rehearsal around the time of the band’s final live show at the end of that year. Avant-punk at its most down and dirty - think Gang Of Four and Pere Ubu.

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Mars Archives Volume Two: 11000 Volts to Tunnel

The second release in this series of Mars Archives explorations / excavations is a bunch of live tracks recorded at Max’s and CBGB circa 1978. 11000 Volts To Tunnel jerks and kicks with the sparky weirdness of Mars’ still-emerging no wave sound. An excellent listen for no wave historians and general fans of strange music alike! On Feeding Tube Records.

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Mars Archives Volume One: China to Mars

Mars Archives Volume One: China To Mars documents the very, very early days of Mars: so early in fact, that they were called China at the time. This collection gathers up early cassette bootleg recordings of the no-wave punk group at CBGB’s: the first side is actually their audition show! Historical wonder on Feeding Tube.
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