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Martyn Bates - Migraine Inducers / Antagonistic Music (Complete Versions) FLAC album

Performer: Martyn Bates
Genre: Electronic
Title: Migraine Inducers / Antagonistic Music (Complete Versions)
Released: 2007
Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1170 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1151 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1430 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 876
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Singer: Migraine Inducers. Title: Dissonance, Antagonistic Music. Label: Ambivalent Scale Recordings ‎– ASR 001, Pure Noise Tapes ‎– ASR 001 Type: Cassette, Album, C60 Country: UK Date of released: Jan 1980 Category: Electronic Style: Experimental, Noise. Migraine Inducers - Dissonance, Antagonistic Music MP3 version. 1736 downloads at 28 mb/s. Migraine Inducers - Dissonance, Antagonistic Music FLAC version. 1418 downloads at 32 mb/s. Performer – Martyn Bates. Recorded and completed Jan 1980.

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1.1 Untitled 5:09
1.2 Untitled 2:39
1.3 Untitled 8:12
1.4 Untitled 2:56
1.5 Untitled 3:39
1.6 Untitled 4:49
1.7 Untitled 3:00
1.8 Untitled 24:23
1.9 Untitled 5:59
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1.11 Untitled 1:30
1.12 Untitled 3:23
1.13 Untitled 2:22
1.14 Untitled 0:37
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1.17 Untitled 0:50
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1.19 Untitled 2:01
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2.2 Untitled 0:37
2.3 Untitled 0:58
2.4 Untitled 0:35
2.5 Untitled 1:32
2.6 Untitled 0:31
2.7 Untitled 3:29
2.8 Untitled 1:45
2.9 Untitled 1:40
2.10 Untitled 1:16
2.11 Untitled 0:40
2.12 Untitled 2:50
2.13 Untitled 4:04
2.14 Untitled 1:59
2.15 Untitled 3:03
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2.19 Untitled 8:13
2.20 Untitled 2:03
2.21 Untitled 19:31


  • Liner Notes – Else Teicher
  • Performer [All Sound By] – Martyn Bates
  • Photography By [Of Martyn Bates] – Elizabeth S


(C)(P) 2007
An Ambivalent Scale Production
"Dissonance/Antagonistic Music" by Migraine Inducers recorded summer into autumn 1979.
"Dissonance Americas Version": completed early to mid 1981.
"Dissonance Remake": engineered by Peter Becker at A-Scale Studios, UK. mid 1994.

Ed. of 1000 copies in a deluxe 5 color gatefold sleeve, 16 page booklet with liner notes about the project by Else Teicher, with the first 100 being numbered and signed by Martyn Bates.

Originally released as a micro-edition in the UK in 1979, the more definitive American version was released as a cassette in the US shortly afterwards. For the first time “Dissonance” sees a limited edition CD and vinyl reissue, appended by a bonus disc with the 1994 “completion” of the piece.

The very first edition cassette release of "Dissonance" was credited to Migraine Inducers, who were listed as Martyn Bates (Instrumental Ambivalence) & Ann Biguous (Grundig & Random Noises). Also printed on the first edition was: "One hour of thrills!", "A low Hi-Fi recording", "Play", and "Produced by No-One". Cassette was self released on Pure Noise Tapes. The tracks were listed as: Bird Trapping Wing (In Steel Bars) / Ship In Distance With Cerise Backdrop / Child Squashing Frog / Planes In Collision, Falling / Mona Lisa's Sister And Subsequent Burning / Figure Amongst Ruins / Dead Seahorse With Sky Melting / Engine Failing-Resultant Crash / Church With New Shoes Squeaking.

In 1981 cassette release ASR 009 dropped the Migraine Inducers moniker and the "Antagonistic Music" title extension, now referred to as Martyn Bates' "Dissonance", released in an edition of 100 cassette copies for export to the United States and became known as "Dissonance Americas" also referred to as "Dissonance" #2.

Mastered from an original cassette.
Duration times and specific track titles corresponding to track #'s not printed on release, duration times provided by media player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Migraine Inducers): CA / - Marty N Bates Disc 1 - 24118
  • Mastering SID Code (Migraine Inducers): none
  • Mould SID Code (Migraine Inducers): none
  • Matrix / Runout (Antagonistic Music ): CA / - Marty N Bates Disc 2 - 24117
  • Mastering SID Code (Antagonistic Music ): none
  • Mould SID Code (Antagonistic Music ): IFPI KN15