Digitally remastered edition of one of very few indie label releases on Spin Magazine's list of 100 top counter-cultural music, ahead of legends like Mulatu Astatke, Brigitte Fontaine, Parson Sound, Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra and His Solar Arkestra, Harry Partch, and Os Mutantes. In 1965, eight guys from London, Ontario, decided to start a free-improvisation group - 'free' to the point of building their own instruments, which they decided couldn't be set up to produce specific pitches. Their vocalist, school teacher Bill Exley, banged on a cooking pot and bellowed hilariously about stupidity and destruction and Canada. They didn't treat what they were doing as an advanced, visionary form of experimental music, but as a big, stupid, fun, ecstatic noise. By the '90s, noise artists finally recognized NSB as their ancestors - and, almost 50 years after they started, the surviving members. Comes with huge color insert with the band's story and rare photo and more.
Destroy the Nations
When In London Sleep At the York Hotel
Dog Face Man
Oh Brian Dibb
Destroy the Nations Again
This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.