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MAD33LP Part1 - Pictures Of Pain

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Remastered, Revamped and Reanimated!

To commemorate it's thirtieth year in purgatory, we are pleased to announce Part1's hard-to-find album painstakingly revived and reissued via All The Madmen Records.

Originally released by US label Pusmort - in it's own right, a "posthumous" vinyl release of Part1's early studio demos collection "In The Shadow of the Cross", these recordings feature Part1 in their nascent form.

The leaden rhythms of drummer Bob Leith and bassist Chris Pascoe, punctuated by the swirling post-punk shrill of Mark Ferelli's guitar and singer Jake "Chris(t)" Baker's raging sermons.

With it's sleeve featuring the fantastic visionary art of Deborah Valentine on the front and the twisted outsider view of Nick Blinko on the rear, Pictures Of Pain has become legend to those who follow in the mischief macabre.

Now carefully restored to it's sonic supreme by Daniel Husayn of North London Bomb Factory Mastering and including a deluxe insert booklet of lyrics and artwork rescued from the Ferelli vault.  

Beautifully pressed on marbled vinyl and including a download card, this first pressing is very limited and is initially available from All The Madmen and Part1 only.

Witness the power of the fully exhumed and operational Part1, since 2013 and at gatherings of souls near and far. Now featuring Chris Low (The Apostles / Political Asylum / Oi Polloi / The Parkinsons...) on drums and David Barnett (Minor Indie Celebrity) on bass.  New recordings soon...