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First pressing of 100 copies on white cassette with on-body printing. Second edition of 50 copies on red cassette with on-body printing. Individually hand-numbered, each with silk-screen printed J-card, clear plastic cassette case, silk-screen printed wrap-around sleeve and silk-screen printed OBI strip. White and red cassette versions each feature alternative coloured artwork and packaging.
Miyazaki Tsutomu (宮﨑 勤) was a Japanese serial killer. He terrorised the families of his victims, sending them letters recalling in graphic detail what he had done to their children. To the family of victim Erika Nanba, Miyazaki sent a morbid postcard assembled using words cut out of magazines: "Erika. Cold. Cough. Throat. Rest. Death."
He allowed the corpse of his first victim, Mari Konno, to decompose in the hills near his home, then chopped off the hands and feet, which he kept in his closet. They were recovered upon his arrest. He charred her remaining bones in his furnace, ground them into powder, and sent them to her family in a box, along with several of her teeth, photos of her clothes, and a postcard reading: "Mari. Cremated. Bones. Investigate. Prove."
Recorded at various locations. Assembled at De Bejaarde, Drachten, Netherlands, January / February 2010