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SPK

SPK, formed in 1978 in Sydney, Australia, was a 1980s and early 1990s industrial music and noise music act. The group was formed when Revell (aka Operator) met up with Neil Hill (aka Ne/H/il). They were both working at a psychiatric hospital when they became inspired by the manifesto of the German radical Marxist group known as the Sozialistisches Patientenkollektiv (SPK). William S. Burroughs the American writer was a huge fan and supporter of SPK; the picture right shows the band with Burroughs at his home in Lawrence, Kansas in 1982. From left to right: Graeme Revell, Karel vanBergan, William S. Burroughs (uncle Bill), Dominik Guerin, and James Pinker

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  Artist Title Label Catnum Genre Format Price  
S.P.K. Dokument - Recordings 1979-83 SPK S.P.K. Dokument - Recordings 1979-83 VINYL-ON-DEMAND VOD 143 Noise 7xLP box + 7'' bonus 180    
London Brixton Ace SPK London Brixton Ace THERAPEUTIC OPSPK5 Noise Vinyl LP 19.90  
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Dokument III0 1979 - 1983 SPK Dokument III0 1979 - 1983 VINYL-ON-DEMAND VOD 50 sp Noise Vinyl LPx6+3x7 320.00  
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Dokument III0 1979 SPK Dokument III0 1979 VINYL-ON-DEMAND vod50sbox Noise BOX 3x7 29.99  
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Zamia Lehmanni (Songs Of Byzantine Flowers) SPK Zamia Lehmanni (Songs Of Byzantine Flowers) The Grey Area SPK 3 CD Experimental CD 16.00  
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Despair SPK Despair TWIN VISION spkdvd1 Noise DVD 19.00  
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DOKUMENT III0 1979-1983 SPK DOKUMENT III0 1979-1983 VINYL-ON-DEMAND VOD50 Noise LPx6 in a wooden box + T Shirt 130.00  
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