Severed Heads Vinyl, CD & tapes by Severed Heads at Norman Records

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Clean

Classic Australian post-punk here in the form of Severed Heads’ 1981 second album, Clean. The experimental mix of synths, sequencers, guitar, samples and violin makes for a weird but addictive listen. One reviewer at the time called it ugly music that you can’t ignore. That’s a pretty accurate summary.  Worth noting that 25% of the proceeds of this album will be donated to Australian Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities.
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Big Saints Reward (1988- 1990 Dubs)

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Come Visit The Big Bigot

Originally released in 1986, Dark Entries reissue Come Visit The Big Bigot on double vinyl for the first time since. Experimental and generally quite harsh percussion, noisy synthesis and sample mangling back vocals that vary from Kraftwerk-ian to almost Gary Numan. At it’s core it’s an industrial record, but with some polished edges.
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Please Clifford, Don't Live In The Past

Please Clifford, Don’t Live In The Past is a retrospective collection of Severed Heads, a bunch of Australian post-punk, synth-pop, tape-experimental heads whose work is getting some reissue attention from the Dark Entries label. Lots of exciting odds and ends here, with live, demo and unreleased tracks along with band members’ solo recordings. Double LP on Dark Entries.
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Stretcher

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Lamborghini/Petrol

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Dead Eyes Opened

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City Slab Horror

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Since The Accident

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ComMerz

ComMerz is an overview of the career of Australian dance pranksters Severed Heads. A thirty-song set that runs to well over two hours, ComMerz includes tracks released as early as 1982 and as late as 2006. The band’s moderately big hits ‘Dead Eyes Opened’, ‘Greater Reward’ and ‘All Saint's Day’ all feature. At their poppiest Severed Heads are like a bizarro version of the Pet Shop Boys, while the more surreal elements of their discography nod to Throbbing Gristle.
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