Touch&Go Records T&G#32 (?)
(UK: Blast First! BFFP27)
(Australia: AuGoGo Records)
Touch & Go Records T&G#36
(UK: Blast First! BFFP33)
(AUSTRALIA: AuGoGo Records [red cover])
Cover is a blow up of a panel from the RAPEMAN manga, with the Rapeman laying on the bed and some kana-script.
Review from Empire Monthly:
They told us this existed -- the little lion hunter's theme song rearranged for a jazz trio, now renamed to irritate whatever concerned activist group wants to take the bait this time. It plays to all of Rapeman's strengths: the way each instrument is allowed a separate and distinct voice, the simple but not moronic dynamics, music for musc's sake. "Song Number One" if it is in fact their first, plays to a first song weakness -- the need for Albini to hear dead silence in one of his band's songs for the first time ever. So we get dead silence every three seconds. It's a sped-up Budd Jr., albeit with some deafeningly fat production that also adds to Inki's awesomeness. Evidence, if Two Nuns wasn't enough -- an album that in my book is superior to Songs About Fucking -- that Rapeman had every intention of living up to the expectations and the hype.
-- Pat Daly
(Blast First! UK BFFP13) (1989)
(Blast First! UK BFDJ1-10) (1989)
A ten-7" box set of Nothing Short Of Total War.
No info given, but since the etchings say "BLOW-400-A" and "BLOW-400-B", we can make an educated guess that that's the company name and cat. #.. Cover has what looks like the Rapeman dragging a "blond superhero" by the hair.
Live at London Astoria 1988
Live in Chester UK 1988
No company info. to my knowledge, but basically this is a bootleg CD of a bunch of Sub-Pop Singles Club 7"s. The Rapeman one is on this.