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CATASTROPHIC LANDSLIDE RECORDS
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CATASTROPHIC LANDSLIDE RECORDS

Welcome, one and all, to the compilation Valhalla that is Catastrophic Landslide Records. This is not anything you will find in any shops. It's a load of compilations I've knocked up over the years from various sources such as Baz Jones and stonerrock.com. Most, if not all of these, have been heard and/or handled by less than ten people, as it's mainly for my own personal use. Consider it as a guide to quality rock and metal the world over.

Those of you who find it bizarre that the website shares a name with two compilations are reminded: (1) The compilation name came first and there was never supposed to be a sequel; (2) the website was changed to fit the domain name that I had only used for email until now.

Here's a few notes on the Burn One Up! sequels.

And now, the comprehensive list of every compilation that has ever appeared on Catastrophic Landslide, or its immediate predecessor, selfreplicatingvirus records:

022 OCT
2004
BANG THE HEAD THAT DOESN'T BANG IV
021 JUNE
2004
BANG THE HEAD THAT DOESN'T BANG III
020 JUNE
2004
SHALOM FOR SATAN
019 MAY
2003
THE LAVA LAMP CHRONICLES: PART ONE
018 NOV
2002
METAL STORM II: AN INTRODUCTION TO REALITY
017 NOV
2002
BANG THE HEAD THAT DOESN'T BANG II
016 MAY
2002
METAL STORM
015 JULY
2002
BANG THE HEAD THAT DOESN'T BANG
014 FEB
2002
Burn One Up! 5 - Bongs, Trucks And Superfuzz Pedals
013 DEC
2001
Burn One Up! 4 - Flying High Again!
012 MAR
2001
Burn One Up! 3 - Even More Music For Stoners
011 FEB
2001
Burn One Up! 2 - More Music For Stoners
the pitch sampler series
This was a series of compilations (001-010) which were made on Minidisc between 1999 and 2000 after several trawls through the archives of the (now ruined) mp3.com. While these were intended for a revival on CD round about the end of 2002 when Nottingham Rocksoc asked for anyone who had compilations to make them known, the idea was soon shelved as what was on them barely reflects what I'd have on my playlist now. There's a few diamonds, but these can be considered to be floating in a sea of shit, and the effort required to salvage all nine of the compilations (#10 was never made) is not feasible. Consider this series to be dead and buried. I will not even put the tracklistings up!

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