Destroy All Monsters - Hot Box 1974-1994
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Hot Box 1974-1994

Label Munster Records ‎– MR 348
Format 3 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition Box Set,
Barcode 8435008834814
Country Spain
Released 2014
Genre Rock
Style Garage Rock, Punk, Experimental
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Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as bastion of resistance of Detroit's 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 City's music scene, from the University of Michigan's 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 America's 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.

Early Warning
A1 Intro (Fragment)
A2 That's My Ideal
A3 Children Of The Night
A4 From Edgar Cayce Foundation
A5 Confession (Fragment) - I Love You But You're Dead
A6 I Want To Live
B1 Magic Bag (Fragment) - You Can't Kill Kill
B2 TH Queen
B3 Take Me With You
B4 Unplugged In San Diego (Fragment)
B5 Iron Man (Rehearsal Fragment) - Paranoid Of Blondes
Studio - Singles
C1 Bored
C2 You're Gonna Die
C3 November 22 1963
C4 Meet The Creeper
C5 What Do I Get
D1 Nobody Knows
D2 Going To Lou's
D3 Boots
D4 Jesus Is A Shotgun
D5 Anyone Can (Fuck Her)
E1 Enough Is Enough
E2 I Just Wanna Be Sleepy
E3 Bored
E4 Party Girl
E5 Fast City
F1 Go Away
F2 Sweet Dreams
F3 Little Boyfriend
F4 The Right Stuff
F5 Ground Zero
Marketed and sold under the title "Hot Box 1974-1994". This title does not appear anywhere on the actual release's contents.

This is a three LP box set release which includes illustrated colored jackets, and a 36 page colored and illustrated booklet.

Each of the three LPs has their own title. As specified on the labels: "Early Warning" for sides MR348-1-A & MR348-1-B; "Studio - Singles" for sides MR348-2-A & MR348-2-B; "Live" for sides MR348-3-A & MR348-3-B.

The sleeve's back lists the LP titles and order as follows: "Singles Studio", "Early Warning", "Live". As noted above the LP labels list their titles and order as follows: "Early Warning", "Studio - Singles", "Live". Note the differences. However, the LP labels and matrix/runouts would be definitive.

One other inconsistency is with the "Live" LP's track "The Right Stuff" which is identified as such on the label, but identified as "Right Stuff" on the sleeve's back and the LP's jacket.

There's a tall rectangular sticker placed at the lower center of the sleeve's back. It lists the "Early Warning" tracks. The included booklet also has a sticker placed inside the first page and lists the table of contents. These were likely used to correct mistakes or changes.
Barcode – 8435008834814


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