Dog Control" contains Nasenbluten material from 1996-2001. It was compiled during April 2001 in Newcastle, Australia. Comes in a jewel case with transparent disc tray. Moreover, track 15 "75 CD's" is not a standalone track on the vinyl, but the intro to track 16 "Trench Warfare"
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A Matter Of Convenience EP (FIST20) Memetic - A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again (FIST21) Aftermath - Aftermath EP (FIST22) Warwick Capper - Fist22 Sampler (FIST25) Fluorocarbon - Intentional Misuse (FIST27) Nasenbluten - Dog Control (FIST28) Epsilon - Extol. Tape (FISTC15) Memetic Fraughman - Caution S4 (FISTC16) Nasenbluten - Live At NCL Scum (October 6 2000) (FISTC17) Aftermath - Live At NCL Scum (October 6 2000) (FISTC18) Syndicate - Live At NCL Scum (October 6 2000) (FISTMP309) Mark N & Gavin Syndicate - This DJ Cuts Different Ways (FISTMP313) Sub-Urbane - Polis (Unreleased Mix) (FISTMP314) Fluorocarbon - Vortex.
from FIST 27, FISTCD02 - Dog Control (2001) by Nasenbluten. supported by. Anton Kanaev. 2011 Xylocaine digital release by ex-Nasenbluten member Aaron Lubinski. Stoma Care by Xylocaine. First released in 2001 on CDR and then again numerous times with track variations up to 2005.
SX-10 released an album in 2000 called Mad Dog American. In 1996, he performed "Quien Es Ese Negro (Who's That Black Dude)" with Mellow Man Ace, MC Skeey, Mr. Rico, and DJ Rif for the AIDS benefit album, Silencio Muerte: Red Hot + Latin, produced by the Red Hot Organization. On September 30, 2008, Sen Dog released his first solo album, Diary of a Mad Dog, seventeen years after the release of the first Cypress Hill album. In an interview with HipHopDX, Sen Dog described how he felt that he had more control and could talk about personal aspects of his life with this album