Dogs Blood Order
Details
1997 12" UK Durtro DURTRO039
1000 Red vinyl copies in regular sleeve
2007 February 12" UK Durtro DURTRO039
14 Black vinyl test pressing copies in signed and personalized sleeve with gold ink drawing
Hand-written labels in black ink
Track Listing
Side A
  1. Maldoror Is Dead (Live At The Clarendon) [c93-live-06-OCT-1983]
Side B
  1. Maldoror Ceases To Exist (Live At The Equinox Event) - Aryan Aquarians [c93-live-21-JUN-1983] [c93dboboot] [c93equinox]
Personnel
John Murphy
Roger Smith
Derek
John Fothergill
Sleeve Notes
After releasing one record LAShtAl, under the name of Current 93, we briefly became Dogs Blood Order. This release gathers together recordings of the two concerts we played; there were no studio recordings.
The first concert was at The Equinox Event, which took place at The London Musician's Co-op in Camden Town, North London, on June 21, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were then: David Tibet and John Murphy. The sound was mixed by Roger Smith. The second was at the Clarendon, in Hammersmith, West London, on October 6, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were now: David Tibet, John Murphy, Roger Smith, and Derek (second name forgotten, though he had played for SPK). The sound was mixed by Steven Stapleton and John Fothergill, of Nurse With Wound.
The image on the cover, Maldoror Is Dead, was the first piece of art designed by Steven Stapleton for us. I can never thank him enough for all he has done for and with me. The reocrding of The Equinox Event was done onto low quality cassette. The recording at The Clarendon was done onto stereo 1/4" tape. Three people clapped at the end of the latter concert. They were being sarcastic.
Thanks to Steven Stapleton, Geoff Cox-Dorée, John Balance, Michael Cashmore, Christoph Heemann, and kat for all their help over the years. To Alan, Alison and David at World Serpent. And to Denis Blackham for his great skill at CD mastering at Country Masters. Photograph of David Tibet by Fiona Burr, 1983.
All titles David Tibet/Current 93 1997. Published by ourobouros Music. The Culling Game. No-one noticed.
David Tibet, London, August, 1997.
Dogs Blood Order
Details
1997 CD UK Durtro DURTRO039CD
1000 In jewel case
iTunes UK Durtro
Track Listing
  1. Maldoror Is Dead (Live At The Clarendon) (30:31) [c93-live-06-OCT-1983]
  2. Maldoror Ceases To Exist (Live At The Equinox Event) (10:28) [c93-live-21-JUN-1983] [c93dboboot] [c93equinox]
Personnel
John Murphy
Roger Smith
Derek
John Fothergill
Sleeve Notes
After releasing one record LAShtAl, under the name of Current 93, we briefly became Dogs Blood Order. This release gathers together recordings of the two concerts we played; there were no studio recordings.
The first concert was at The Equinox Event, which took place at The London Musician's Co-op in Camden Town, North London, on June 21, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were then: David Tibet and John Murphy. The sound was mixed by Roger Smith. The second was at the Clarendon, in Hammersmith, West London, on October 6, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were now: David Tibet, John Murphy, Roger Smith, and Derek (second name forgotten, though he had played for SPK). The sound was mixed by Steven Stapleton and John Fothergill, of Nurse With Wound.
The image on the cover, Maldoror Is Dead, was the first piece of art designed by Steven Stapleton for us. I can never thank him enough for all he has done for and with me. The reocrding of The Equinox Event was done onto low quality cassette. The recording at The Clarendon was done onto stereo 1/4" tape. Three people clapped at the end of the latter concert. They were being sarcastic.
Thanks to Steven Stapleton, Geoff Cox-Dorée, John Balance, Michael Cashmore, Christoph Heemann, and kat for all their help over the years. To Alan, Alison and David at World Serpent. And to Denis Blackham for his great skill at CD mastering at Country Masters. Photograph of David Tibet by Fiona Burr, 1983.
All titles David Tibet/Current 93 1997. Published by ourobouros Music. The Culling Game. No-one noticed.
David Tibet, London, August, 1997.
Bandcamp
Dogs Blood Order
Details
2004 est. CD RU Ars Nova ???
500 In jewel case
Bootleg
Track Listing
  1. Maldoror Is Dead (Live at The Clarendon) (30:31) [c93-live-06-OCT-1983]
  2. Maldoror Ceases To Exist (Live at Equinox Event) (10:28) [c93-live-21-JUN-1983] [c93dboboot] [c93equinox]
Personnel
John Murphy
Roger Smith
Derek
John Fothergill
Sleeve Notes
After releasing one record LAShtAl, under the name of Current 93, we briefly became Dogs Blood Order. This release gathers together recordings of the two concerts we played; there were no studio recordings.
The first concert was at The Equinox Event, which took place at The London Musician's Co-op in Camden Town, North London, on June 21, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were then: David Tibet and John Murphy. The sound was mixed by Roger Smith. The second was at the Clarendon, in Hammersmith, West London, on October 6, 1983. Dogs Blood Order were now: David Tibet, John Murphy, Roger Smith, and Derek (second name forgotten, though he had played for SPK). The sound was mixed by Steven Stapleton and John Fothergill, of Nurse With Wound.
The image on the cover, Maldoror Is Dead, was the first piece of art designed by Steven Stapleton for us. I can never thank him enough for all he has done for and with me. The reocrding of The Equinox Event was done onto low quality cassette. The recording at The Clarendon was done onto stereo 1/4" tape. Three people clapped at the end of the latter concert. They were being sarcastic.
Thanks to Steven Stapleton, Geoff Cox-Dorée, John Balance, Michael Cashmore, Christoph Heemann, and kat for all their help over the years. To Alan, Alison and David at World Serpent. And to Denis Blackham for his great skill at CD mastering at Country Masters.
Photograph of David Tibet by Fiona Burr, 1983.
All titles David Tibet/Current 93 1997. Published by ourobouros Music. The Culling Game. No-one noticed.
David Tibet, London, August 10, 1997.
Dogs Blood Order
Details
2014 November 12" UK Durtro DURTRO039
between 9-20 black vinyl copies
Test Pressing
Title and artist written in the bottom left corner of cover
Initialled by David Tibet
Unnumbered
Track Listing
Side A
  1. Maldoror Is Dead (Live At The Clarendon) [c93-live-06-OCT-1983]
Side B
  1. Maldoror Ceases To Exist (Live At The Equinox Event) - Aryan Aquarians [c93-live-21-JUN-1983] [c93dboboot] [c93equinox]
Personnel
John Murphy
Roger Smith
Derek
John Fothergill
Notes
Each of these TPs have been put into a newly designed silkscreened sleeve, printed in copper ink on white card.
Each record has the title and artist hand-written in the CatSpace at the bottom left of the cover by David, and each record also has the title and artist written by him on the white label.
Each sleeve is initialled by him.
The edition of each title is not numbered.
In the case of a 2LP (double album) release, both records are put into one sleeve.
There are between 1 and 25 copies of each of the titles.