Null and Void "Possibilities" LP


Happy to offer this crucial slab from the Bunkerpop imprint:
Recorded between 1981 and 1982, the 3rd and final LP by Fullerton, CA's brilliant but short-lived NULL AND VOID was unable to get a proper release in its time. Described on the Mutant Sounds blog as something resembling 'Half Machine Lip Moves' meets 'Here Come The Warm Jets', this is a product of an outstandingly talented and overlooked "synth wave" band taking their music into new and increasingly warped directions. After being rejected by head-scratching label execs in the U.S., and deemed "too weird" by most, the record was shelved for the next 30 years... An avant pop "post punk experimental acid music" masterwork, a truly endless piece of music, and the grand vision of N/V front man William Shifflette.

Included is a 24" x 36" double sided color poster with essays and liner notes and a small lyric booklet! Yes!

From Mutant Sounds:

"Like Half Machine Lip Moves On Some Faraway Beach, this final genius stroke from these increasingly warped Californian post punk merchants (following my posts of their Happiness And Contempt and Montage Morte EP’s, the latter of which shares a few tracks with this album) ratchets up the stakes significantly; their angle of approach here weaving Chrome-plated and dystopian shaded tangents through a series of emotionally loaded and pop savvy oblique advances that are absolutely breathtaking in their collective impact. This album was shopped around all over back in the day and deemed “too weird” by one and all. Feh! Silly children…they missed the boat on a stone cold classic…"

1. Bach Variation
2. Japanese Forest
3. When I Fell Down
4. Einstein's Theory Of Relativity, #2
5. Our New Life
6. The Motorcycle Song
7. The Philosophy Song
8. Aubrey Beardsley
9. A Party Filled With Thieves
10. A Dream Wah! Part 1
11. A Dream Wah! Part 2
12. A Dream Wah! Part 3