Conspiracy Of Women by Lydia Lunch was originally released in 1990. It was recorded in Berlin by J.G Thirwell, a regular collaborator who has also recorded under the moniker Foetus. The spoken word classic is now getting a vinyl reissue on Nicolas Jaar’s label, Other People. It includes Why Was I Born An American which has been remixed by Weasel Walter and Nicolas Jaar.
12" £12.99 OP027
12" on Other People.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 12th December 2016This 12" isn't at all boring, Lydia Lunch is so mind-blowingly confrontational that she makes the spoken-word discs from former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra sound like the Carpenters. There are many valid points about 'BS aspects to our dysfunctional society', and Lydia is very bright and articulate to point them out for us. However, she's also so incredibly abrasive that a lot of people will stop the record after about five minutes. Sometimes the medium is the message. I say give it a go.
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