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Vol. 1
Mutilated Corpse
Bleeding Face
Corporal Punition
Cum Shot
Terror Squad
The Coven
A New Crime
Vol. 2
Body Rammer
Into The Fire
Vol. 3
Rotary Pt. 1
Rotary Pt. 2
Rotary Pt. 3 (Final)
Abrasive Collective
Handle With Care
The Last Scream
Perverse Circle
Wild Things
Vol. 4
Cannibal House
Total Versaut
Slave Cunt
Shit Pleaseure
Vol. 5
Random Pt. 1
Random Pt. 2
Random Pt. 3
Random Pt. 4
Vol. 6
Cruel Party
Letal Rambling
Shock Treatment
Happy Orgies
Bizarre Entertainment
War Culture
Dub Sex
Vol. 7
Hard Sensation
Violent Orgasm
AIDS Relation


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Murder Corporation The New Crimes ‎(8xCass + Box, Ltd) Murder Release none Italy 1995
LH59 Murder Corporation The New Crimes ‎(8xCD, Album, RE, RM + Box, Ltd, Num) menstrualrecordings LH59 Italy 2015

Murder Corporation - The New Crimes mp3 download
Performer: Murder Corporation
Genre: Electronic
Title: The New Crimes
Country: Italy
Released: 1995
Style: Noise, Industrial
MP3 version ZIP size: 1244 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1923 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 700
Other Formats: AU AA WMA MP1 AAC AUD MMF

Probably one of the best things I've splurged on. I have a few other MC tapes I really liked and took a chance on this one. Sometimes I don't know what to listen to and I'll pick a random tape from this box, it will always surprise me. I chose Vol.7 today and i was so impressed by not only the material but the quality of which it was recorded/duplicated for its age, the sub bass parts on Terminal are just so full and meaty as well as the high frequencies crisp and piercing. Every tape is great and different in some way. This box is a masterpiece in my opinion. Highly recommend it
Review from The New Crimes is a dense, imposing boxed set in the way that legendary noise collections such as Ramleh's Awake and Sutcliffe Jugend's We Spit on Their Graves are. Previously released in 1995 in an edition of 10, this material obviously did not receive significant exposure. Murder Corporation might not be amongst the most well known of Italian noise artists, which is a shame given the diversity contained on these eight discs. However, the brown and murky, analog heavy lo-fi sound is one that can at times be impenetrable and oppressive. Though daunting, the varying approaches Moreno Daldosso uses in composition result in a diverse, yet still bleak and violent piece of art. MC's Moreno Daldosso has produced a body of work that fits in the dour, brown and grey morass that Atrax Morgue and Mauthausen Orchestra are known for, as is the scene's still active innovator Maurizio Bianchi. Murder Corporation stands out though, because while his work has the same bleak depressive sounds and fascination with death, there is more of a sense of anger in his work. This aggression and the related imagery give off a distinct parallel with gory slasher films, in the sense that there is enough self-awareness to not completely come across as the work of someone who is truly mentally disturbed. This violent sound does not feature throughout all eight hours of this set, but the detailed explosions of "Cannibal House" are less depressive and more aggressive. At the same time, "Abrasive Collective" has him emphasizing piercing, ringing type noises that resemble the most violent moments of a giallo soundtrack looped for four unrelenting minutes. That is not to say that Daldosso creates purely violent sounds, however. "Mutilated Corpse" immediately leads off with nauseous, pitch wobbling electronics and a rushing water like passage of noise that resembles some of Atrax Morgue's sickest work. "Bleeding Face" has him employing more synthesizer like sounds, and with the punctuated moments of silence it is a bit less intense. His work, however, also strays into fields that would be more fitting for an experimental avant garde electronic album. "Strangulated" focuses on distorted, yet wet sounding electronics are harsh yet more complex and distinct in nature, rather than a monochromatic blast. "Rotary Pt. 1" is similar: it is clearly overdriven electronics but again drenched in its own unnatural sounding reverb to give an overall more idiosyncratic sound. Vocals and rhythms also make a few, though successful appearances throughout this box set. On "Deathtime" they take the form of a human voice loop, pitch shifted and layered throughout the piece’s duration. By the end it is a crushing, intense wall of noise that sounds nothing like it began. On "Sucker" Daldosso employs more traditionally shouted vocals, but like his Italian contemporaries, they are so extremely distorted and processed to be anything but intelligible. "Detention" and "Electrosex" both have him utilizing what sounds like a drum machine or sampler to generate crunchy, noise-laden rhythms that bounce between standard drum sounds and massive passages of distortion. It is not at all surprising that an artist named Murder Corporation would have created such a desolate and depressing work, but the variation and depth belies the seemingly monochromatic subject matter. The New Crimes is a surprisingly diverse, yet harsh electronic collection that may be predictable in its approach, but the actual music covers the gamut of styles to keep it engaging. All eight discs in a row may be a bit too much, but Daldosso keeps the sound fresh and dynamic even over long stretches of the material. Creaig Dunton