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Nasenbluten - Rainbow Up My Arse / Show Us Yor Tits FLAC

Nasenbluten - Rainbow Up My Arse / Show Us Yor Tits FLAC Performer: Nasenbluten
Title: Rainbow Up My Arse / Show Us Yor Tits
Style: Speedcore, Hardcore
Label: Not On Label
Released: 1996
Country: Australia
FLAC album: 2571 mb
MP3 album: 1528 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Electronic


1Rainbow Up My Arse
Vocals [Uncredited] – Netas
2Show Us Yor Tits
Co-producer [Uncredited], Programmed By [Uncredited] – Embolism


  • Lathe Cut By [Uncredited]Peter King


Actual titles do not appear on the release but the tracks appear separately on the cassettes Easiest $300 I Ever Made (erroneously credited) and N Of Terror.

This was never sold or commercially released, but only given away privately to a handful of people as a tasteless, deliberately offensive commentary on issues surrounding the band at the time. Only 50 copies were ever made, with hand numbered plastic sleeves from 1 to 50. Most carried a folded A4 insert with additional info.


Comments: (6)
Hello, may I where people got the information about Embolism programming it from? Is it the A4 insert with additional info?And also, if he programmed it, doesn't that actually make it an Embolism track?Edit: Nevermind it was released on Nasenbluten's N of Terror as well, so I guess Embolism is not the main producer after all
Steamy Ibis
On all honesty, putting aside the questionable nature of the samples in this, plus the title, do people actually dance to this ? And if they do, how ? How the hell does one get down with ones bad self at about 300 bpm ? You can't groove to that !
in the same way of how you can mix 120 bpm house with 240 bpm speedcore. it's all multiples!
Silver Globol
Its easy when you love this music. When dj's play this I dance hand to hand with my dick in erection. A legendary tune.
This is an awesome record. It is what it is; an ultra-rare single that was programmed with a snarl and it takes no prisoners whatsoever. It is pure attitude. Very Bloody Fist. Alternatively, it provides valuable and insightful social commentary upon pressing current affairs matters of the time. It's still very Bloody Fist and it's still wicked. Both of these comments are true. Not a lot more to say; you're not going to find the commentary on the Dutch music scene anywhere else. "Anna Woods" is available elsewhere if you're really really lucky (FISTC-12).
Due to the scant number of copies made and the bad taste value of the musical content, this record fetches frankly insane amounts on the like on ebay. Much to the embarassment of Mark N who is probably aghast that a couple of tracks he did for a laugh at the time fetch such a lot. The tracks is themselves are cheap stitch-together affairs probably knocked in a short time, which add to some of their...heh...'Charm', plus the sound quality is absymal. To be honest, instead of hunting down this record, you would spend less money finding MP3s of the tracks on a fileshare program and having youre own vinyl copy pressed, I know of at least 1 DJ that has done this.