Serious Experiments

by No Body

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For this recording, the “Nothing” duo of Brian and Bill were joined by Todd “Hund” O’Leary. Todd was part of the Cape Breton crowd, which also included Art Damage and Tim Coffey (who did the artwork for the “Burn” cassette).

The material was recorded at Bill and Todd’s place. The sampler and keyboard belong to Todd and the metal was collected by Bill.

“Give Me Some Drugs” is a re-recording of a track that originally appeared on the “Chainsaws” release by “Nothing”.

When Foe left Phÿcus in late 1992 or early 1993 to concentrate more fully on his circus career, Todd replaced him as percussionist. Todd left the band in 1995. He currently works as the manager for a cigar import business in Toronto.

01 I Want To Be A Chemist (Experiments)
02 Let Me Out (Experiments)
03 No Job (Experiments)
04 The Power Of Pain (Experiments)
05 Give Me Some Drugs (Experiments)
06 Endorphin Withdrawl (Experiments)
07 A Message From No Body (Experiments)
08 Parade Of Dead Cows (Experiments)


released June 6, 1992

Brian Damage: Instruments, vocals (02, 03, 08)
Bill Abominog: Instruments, vocals (01, 02, 05, 06, 07, 08)
Todd “Hund” O’Leary: Instruments

Instruments: Akai Sampler, Roland Juno, metal, percussion, piano sound board, trumpet


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Phÿcus Montreal, Québec

Phÿcus was a Canadian industrial / experimental band that existed from 1988 to 2000. Phÿcus transformed from the traditional band format into a network that included over 50 contributors in a dozen locales, with Montreal as its centre of operations. Phÿcus' success was minimal, but their output was prodigious. This page is a work in progress to document everything ever recorded by the band. ... more

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