Sunday, 18 May 2008

Gastunk - The Vanishing Signs 12" 1986



Pretty solid Gastunk ep that fits snuggly between "Deadsong" and "Under The Sun". I have seen this with a different cover so if you have any info about this leave a message.

01 - The Vanishing Signs
02 - In Exchange For Your Mind
03 - A Holy Land
04 - Endless Waltz

Love Records

8 comments:

ido said...

Awesome. Love this band and I've been looking for this one. Do you have RED INDIAN ROCK? Thanks a lot for putting this up.

Papst Benedikt XVI said...

he stig! nice you´re back!

Anonymous said...

all of the gastunk i've heard including this has been awesome. is "under the sun" good?

STiG(NZ) said...

Under The Sun is more rock/cult influenced than this or Dead song. Still good but this stuff is their best. Sorry I don't have Under The Sun or Red Indian Rock. I have a few other ep's which I will add after I rip Dead Song. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

i found their early years cd. it has most of their early singles, including this one i think, although not the first dogma single. it has red indian rock on it as part of the geronimo 7".

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=D4JLQI40

ido said...

Thanks for that link. Their first s/t Dogma single is actually up on 7inchpunk.com. My favorite version of "Devil."

Anonymous said...

this sleeve is usually referred to as the 2nd "stock" version. the 1st version is clear vinyl, and has a cartoonish, Misfits-esque posed band photo on a glossy 11" x 11" card insert with the lyrics printed on the back. this clear version is usually referred to as the "promo" version, and was also included in the package of the HUGE 1983-1988 box set. that being said, the clear version turns up all the time, while the black version seems to be pretty elusive.

~wedge

STiG(NZ) said...

Cheers Wedge.