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**Limited, individually numbered edition of 600 with certificate of ownership. 5LP compilation + DVD + 20-page 11"x11" booklet housed in embossed box, documenting a plethora of bands who played in the Antwerp venue for extreme arts and music, Club Moral. Covers all manner of grotty minimal Belgian synth music, noise and stranger, unclassified doings** "Club Moral was founded by Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven and Danny Devos in Antwerp in January 1981. The framework to this incredible Box-Set is mainly based on selected tracks by DDV from "4 Sept" (CM02) and "A Sound Atlas of Venerology" (CM18), Club Moral's "Mit neuen Waffen" (CM03), with additional compilation tracks and live recordings by Club Moral. Furthermore Etat Brut's complete "Geometrie d'un Assasinat" (CM10) and a selection of tracks by The Parts (DDV, AMVK and Erik Vloeberghs) are included. Some of the tracks included in this Box-Set have never been released before. From 1981 until 1993 Club Moral acted as a venue and until today as a music performance band. They have become known for their controversial performances and imagery because they focused on the presentation of art and live events of an extreme nature. Acts that have performed at Club Moral have included Non (Boyd Rice), Coup de Grace (Michael Moynihan), Slave State, Gerechtigkeits Liga, - Delta t, John Duncan, Angst, Ar/Te, ProduKtion, Jack Stevenson, ConDom and many more. As a band Club Moral played about 150 live performances in Europe and Australia, in 2011 they will play USA… This box-Release should give an audio- and visual overview and insight into the work of and at Club Moraland the two protangonists, DDV and AMVK. It will take you beyond the highly sought after Vinyl-Release of "To All Who Are Interested" from 1989 and will focus on the very early stage of Club Moral's work including acclaimed pieces of close friends and collaborators."