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Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Geisha This
Format: Book
Label: Book Beat
Country: USA
Price: $28.00
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Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Live In Tokyo + Osaka, 1996
Format: CD
Label: Compound Annex
Country: USA
Price: $15.50
"Live recordings of DAM performances in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, from 1996. This 17 track, 72-minute CD contains early revamped DAM classics of You Cant Kill Kill and Evil Works, plus many newer exotic oddities like Indecipherable and Show No Shame. Included are cover versions of The Seeds 900 Million People Daily All Making Love and the most bizarre cover yet of Jon Andersons Yes classic, Clear Day. Stretching out into spacey sonic territory, DAM attacks live in Japan at their crusty best with original founding members Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw and Cary Loren supported by Art Byington and Dave Muller." - Compound Annex
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Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Hot Box 1974-1994
Format: Double CD
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $23.00
"Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as a bastion of resistance of Detroits rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor Citys music scene, from the University of Michigans Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental -- led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley -- and the high energy one -- with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of Americas cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. Hot Box 1974-1994 is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material. Includes a generously-illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes." - Munster.

Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Hot Box 1974-1994
Format: Triple LP Box Set
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $81.00
"Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as a bastion of resistance of Detroits rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor Citys music scene, from the University of Michigans Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental -- led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley -- and the high energy one -- with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of Americas cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. Hot Box 1974-1994 is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material. Includes a generously-illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes." - Munster.

Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Grow Live Monsters
Format: DVD
Label: MVD
Country: USA
Price: $16.50
"Grow Live Monsters is a selection from short home-made no-budget 8mm, super 8 and 16mm film fantasies made between 1971-1976. Most of the films revolved around a group of friends and the wall of noise they would create in basement cellars and in live performance. This was Destroy All Monsters, one of the most avant-garde bands of all time. Featuring artists Niagra, Jim Shaw, Corey Loren and Mike Kelley, Destroy All Monsters is like nothing else. Ever. Psychedelic meets noise meets high and low brow art in a Midwestern blender. Say goodbye to your retinas." DVD Contents: "Grow Live Monsters (1971-1976)" - The early films of DAM; "Shake A Lizard Tail or Rust Belt Rump" - Montage of late-night TV adverts, techno club dancers, and Z grade monster clips; "Monsters Redux" - Outtakes, concert footage, band memorabilia, and photos; "DAM Invades Seattle" - Performance footage from Seattle, 2000; "Hometown Horrors" - Band photos and production stills. Total running time: approx. 145 minutes; 5:1 Surround Sound. NTSC format, region 0.

Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Destroy All Monsters Magazine 1976-79
Format: Book
Label: Primary Information
Country: USA
Price: $30.00
"Primary Information is pleased to announce the release of�Destroy All Monsters Magazine�a compilation of the magazine that was originally published between 1976-1979. The publication contains all six published issues as well as a seventh �lost� issue and is 278 pages. Destroy All Monsters was a Detroit-area band and collective that was formed in 1973. Its initial members were Mike Kelley, Cary Loren, Niagara, and Jim Shaw. Destroy All Monsters were art students and musicians who used performance art tactics to create noise music that evolved out of influences like Sun Ra, Nico, horror movie soundtracks, and local bands like MC5 and The Stooges. The band later took on new members and briefly reunited in the 90s. Destroy All Monsters Magazine�was edited by Cary Loren and contained artwork, photographs, and flyers from Mike Kelley, Cary Loren, Niagara, and Jim Shaw. Printed using any papers and techniques available to the band, the issues combine the cut and paste tactics of punk zines with a psychedelic affinity for color.�Destroy All Monsters Magazine�functions as a kind of manifesto, providing insight into the band through densely layered pages with movie imagery, kitsch, cartoons, delicate drawings, and counter-culture collages. While�Destroy All Monsters�has been the subject of recent exhibitions and partial reprints, this is the first time that all issues have been reprinted." -Primary Information.
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Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Double Sextet
Format: LP
Label: Printed Matter, Inc.
Country: USA
Price: $16.00
"Recorded in Ann Arbor in 1975, this long lost Destroy All Monsters gem features the group as a Sextet (Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw, Cary Loren, Jeff Fields, Kalle Nemvalts, and John Reed). Missing are the lovely lyrics and goth scrawl of Niagara but in her place we see the collective brainstorm through 30 minutes of an underground music/non-music and B-culture genealogy that is unmistakably Destroy All Monsters. A melted mind, reconstructed with duct-tape, bent circuits, saxophone drips, and fuzz that will lead you into dark corners with bright futures. DOUBLE SEXTET was lost for 35 years; witness the (re)birth with this incredible LP. 2-track 12-inch record with cover art designed by Mike Kelley!" - Printed Matter
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Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: 1974-1976
Format: Triple CD
Label: The End Is Here
Country: USA
Price: $31.00
"DESTROY ALL MONSTERS 1974-1976 is a repressing of the long out of print 1996 boxed set by this seminal noise/avant-rock group composed of artists MIKE KELLEY, CARY LOREN, NIAGARA and JIM SHAW. It was previously issued on Thurston Moores Ecstatic Peace! label and is now reissued on the bands label The End is Here. These are early low-fi vintage recordings by Destroy All Monsters when they lived and performed at "Gods Oasis" in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Almost too good to be true, the cream of the crop of pre punk American Midwest weirdness. If you missed out in 76 and 96, get on board now!" - Book Beat.
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