A new NWW mutation, with some of the most hauntingly evocative pieces in Stapleton’s catalog, as striking and unusual as anything else Nurse With Wound has produced. A coherent sampler of Nurse With Wound’s range of dark and humorous that includes a full side of “Funeral Music For Perez Prado” on vinyl for the first time, the masterpiece “(I Don’t Want to Have ) Easy Listening Nightmares” from “Alice the Goon”, and a a remix/rework of this track ’ renamed as “Alice The Goon (A Floating Eye)”.

The tracks have been remastered by Colin Potter for a new full LP with a new Babs Santini artwork.

(I Don’t Want to Have ) Easy Listening Nightmares” is fairly creative experimental electronic music, mixing distortion and cartoon parps, sinister rhythms, looping mambo and a surrealist feeling going through the whole track.

“Alice The Goon (A Floating Eye)” is a brilliant rework of the previous track by Colin Potter, a more industrial approach and thickening rhythms.

“Funeral Music For Perez Prado” is perhaps the most atmospheric ambient track by Stapleton, and the backdrop for strange dream-like gibberish centering around a shakuhachi phrase played by David Jackman aka Organum back in ’87.

Limited edition of 500 copies, no repress. 

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