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Splatt Wreckchords
This is what we were doing in Minneapolis at the turn of the millenium

To commemorate the 2001 SOUND UNSEEN Underground Film and Music Festival, Splatt issued the six-song EP, “Goddess Deconstructed”. This record was followed up with a series of eight more releases over the next two years; “Real True FreeCore”, “Hex Nois Plot”, “Better ‘N’ Bread”, “Rockin’ Teenage Combo”, “Acidophilus”, “All Saint’s Day”, “Say Something Nice”, and “Ill-Fitting Suit-A-Tron”.

These records caught the fancy of one Minneapolis DJ, the very nice Mr. Jon Nelson,  and as described at the following link, he made a compilation of these and released it on his own label .  

"World of Splatt" actually got some friendly reviews (like here:  http://www.indieville.com/reviews/splatt.htm

AND it was named as one of the TOP TEN RECORDS of 2004 in Estonia.  Don't believe it?  Neither did we, but you can see for yourself here:  http://www.euro.postimees.ee/020105/lisad/arter/153927_2.php