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  • COLLECTED TRACKS 05-10, January 2014
The name says it all : Collected tracks 05-10 contains various things produced between 2005 to 2010. Some have been played during live sets such as “Rising” (Kviar, Kodex) or “Angry Machines” (Mark XIII birthday @ Grenoble). Various setups also, because some of those tracks has been produced in different ways :Muted for example is mainly written on a one-shot sequence variation made with the TEISCO S110F lfo running in BOSS DS1. Other sounds (like Piano or Distorted Glitches) were of course added in a second time in FL Studio.
Artwork by sulphuric saliva

  1. Muted
  2. Strengthbender
  3. Ashes for snow
  4. Rising
  5. Angry machines
  6. Time to learn how to fly
  7. Is it the end ?
  8. Inferno
  9. Your favorite torture
  10. Braincloud
  11. The land of no man
  12. Don’t be afraid of change

Available on bandcamp

  • NO OPPORTUNITY IN STANDARD EXPERIENCES, September 2005
Coproduced by Mark XIII and Discordian Records, N.O.I.S.E. was a massive 74 minutes CD album. It came out with “Biomechanism” by TRIATOMA (ambient side project) as a bonus CD. The gear is now completely based on software. The PC is running daw (FL STUDIO), various distortion plugins (Boss DS1 emulation, COLDFIRE Distbit etc…) and samples.
Artwork by David Frappaz

  1. Bulldozer Poetry
  2. Second birth
  3. Everything you know is wrong
  4. Flames were licking the sky (part 1)
  5. Flames were licking the sky (part 2 : Communication zero rmx)
  6. Survivor
  7. Condominion
  8. Anger
  9. Comatose drift
  10. Smash
  11. Phoenix
  12. Noise 2 Noise
  13. A moment off
  14. Cathartic noise absorption
  15. Missing

Available on bandcamp

  • HEART OF NOISE, March 2002
Produced by UWe, Heart of Noise is Sulphuric Saliva’s second album. Sound is less raw, less noisy than Noisetracks’s. This album sees the gear evolving. The Atari and S2000 are progressively replaced by PC with Cubase Audio to run sequences and play samples. A Yamaha AN1X has joined the setup and now brings the pad you can ear on Shore. BOSS DS-1 is joined by BOSS SD-1 and BOSS XT-2.
Artwork by David Frappaz

  1. Prologue
  2. Burning up (vs HIV+)
  3. Ersatz
  4. Trap
  5. Heart of Noise
  6. Ex/Core
  7. The 8th passenger
  8. The Implanter
  9. Cargo
  10. Confined
  11. Shore
  12. Epilogue

Available on bandcamp

  • SULPHURIC SALIVA VS MONOCULTURE, November 2001
Produced by Gazole, this EP mainly celebrates Burning Up on A side. Monoculture was a kind of side project for the two other tracks named Hammer and Trashcan which could not be considered as Sulphuric Saliva’s.
Artwork by David Frappaz
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  • SULPHURIC SALIVA, January 2001
Produced by UWe, this EP contains Inner Violence Apology on A side, and on B side Trap and Crash (“Body 88” remix by the Hacker)
Artwork by David Frappaz
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  • NOISETRACKS, October 2000
The first Sulphuric Saliva’s album found its way from Mark XIII to Laurent Hô and its new label UWe. Mainly influenced by movies like Alien, Eraserhead, Crash, The Trial, Nosferatu : Phantom der Nacht […] and by music bands such as Nine Inch Nails, Imminent (starvation), Sonar and so on… It was originally produced with ATARI ST computer, Cubase 3, Korg WS-SR, Akai S2000, Teisco S110F and Roland U20. Boss DS-1 pedal and ZOOM Studio 1204 were used for distortion effects. And the whole thing recorded on DAT directly from Soundcraft Notepad mixer and Behringer Ultrafex.
Artwork by David Frappaz

  1. Inner violence apology
  2. Hidden
  3. Crash
  4. Out of control
  5. The mistake
  6. Spare lung
  7. Wolf blood
  8. Catharsis
  9. Limits of patience
  10. Overload
  11. When we won’t have ears any more

Available on bandcamp