Black Noise (make sure to visit below to find out how Black Noise made it to cd)
Phasors On Stun 3:49
One O'Clock Tomorrow 6:05
Dialing For Dharma 3:15
Slaughter In Robot Village 5:02
Black Noise 9:56
|The Original CBC release had a different cover (Photo courtesy of Dave Handyside of Ina-Gadda-Da-Records|
This is the label from the original FM Black noise demo reel (Photo Coutesy of Brett Maraldo)
Cameron Hawkins: Synthesizer, Bass Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals
Martin Deller: Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer
Nash The Slash: Electric Violins, Glockenspiel, Vocals, Effects
Original Release Date: 1977
Remaster for Compact Disc: 1994 (Now See Hear NSH D7007)
Engineer: Mike Jones
Asst. Engineer: Ed Stone
Recorded at: Sound Interchange, Toronto, 1977
Cover Art and Photograph: Paul Till
Re Released again in 2014 with 2 extra tracks recorded at Larry's Hideaway in 1977 ( Black Noise & Phasors on Stun)
Nash had this to say in an article in a Kitchener newspaper.
"We flogged Black Noise to every record company in Canada, and nobody wanted it," Nash recalls. "We finally signed up with a small New Jersey label called Passport, distributed in Canada by GRT, and they ended up with a platinum record that sold 100,000 copies."
After 16 long years Black Noise finally made it to compact disc. Find out how it was almost not to be. Press release.