Saturday, December 22, 2007

Sypha Nadon: Black Omen soundtrack: Tracklisting

(subject to change in the future)

1. Black Omen Title Screen Song (2:29)
2. Black Omen Theme Song (3:29)
3. Through the Meteor Storm (3:44)
4. Hunting Mutants on Medical Deck (3:14)
5. The Reactor (5:05)
6. Futurist Elevator Music (1:57)
7. Mutant Massacre (3:21)
8. The Science Deck Sabotage (3:14)
9. The Haunted Maintenance Tunnels (2:51)
10. On the Executive Deck (4:18)
11. Flight Bay #23 (5:46)
12. Zero-G (4:01)
13. The Glow (6:26)
14. Operations Deck (2:56)
15. The Museum of Atrocities (3:33)
16. Crew Quarters (4:05)
17. The Security Gauntlet (3:50)
18. The Bridge (3:40)
19. The Crooked Universe (3:16)
20. The Final Boss (3:16)
21. Black Omen End Credits (4:32)
22. Game Over (0:19)

Total running time: 79:33


MZR is pleased to announce the release of the label's second newsletter, volume 2 of TRANS/MISSION. It may be downloaded from the following site:

At the moment there are 3 formats avaliable: Word 97-2002, MS Works Word, and Rich Text. In the future, we will also offer PDF versions starting in 2008. If none of these formats work for you contact MZR at Also, if you wish to be added to the TRANS/MISSION subscription list, let us know. This new issue may take a slight longer time to download than issue 1 as it is twice as long and has many pictures, some quite large. It is the MZR holiday issue and it features, among other things, extensive inteviews with Thomas Moronic, The People's Tongue, and Bryce Clayton Eiman, along with the rest of the lyrics off the first Boy Destroyer album.

TRANS/MISSION 3 will be devoted to the Cat Band and will include many lyrics from the recent anthology releases.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

New albums: The Cat Band Anthologies Vols. 1-3 [MZR009-011]

Mauve Zone Recordings is pleased to announce the official release of the first three volumes of the Cat Band Anthology box set (AKA "The Cat Box"). Two more releases will follow sometime in the future, but for now, these will satisfy any kind of Cat Band fix. As always, they may be downloaded for free from MZR's page at the Internet Archive (just follow the links below). For many years, these recordings have been heard by just a small handful of people living in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Now, I unleash it on the world. Would you kindly give the Cat Band a listen?

I would like to add here that anthology volume 3 contains the album "Cat Band's Greatest Hits Volume 1," which I sometimes rank in my top twenty favorite albums ever.

Lyrics to Cat Band songs will appear in an issue of TRANS/MISSION next year.