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Killing Joke - The Original Unperverted Pantomime album mp3
The Original Unperverted Pantomime
Post-Punk, Punk
FLAC album size:
1585 mb
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Pandemonium is the ninth studio album by English rock band Killing Joke, released on 2 August 1994 by record label Butterfly. This album marked Killing Joke's return after a four-year-long hiatus, the longest the band had taken since it was initially founded. This album also featured the return of founding member Youth, who replaced Paul Raven on bass. The vocal tracks for "Pandemonium", "Exorcism" and "Millennium" were recorded in the King's Chamber of The Great Pyramid of Giza.

An expanded and remastered version of Killing Joke’s live album THE UNPERVERTED PANTOMIME, this CD/DVD collection presents the British post-punk in its raging early incarnation. Highlights include the pummeling tracks Wardance and Change, along with fierce rare tunes such as Malicious Boogie and You’re Being Followed. The video portion of the release features Killing Joke performing other classics (most notably The Wait and Requiem ) on a 1981 American tour.

Not sure if this is the original Unperverted Pantomime from MANY years back - (if Animal turns out to be the (better !) cover of Sex Pistol's Bodies then I'll know). IF it is then this is one of the best post Punk albums ever 2003 seems to be a busy year for the Joke, with a new album out in July. But to get us started, out came this release, full of jems from their early days.

Complete your Killing Joke collection.

The Unperverted Pantomime?, 2006.

The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.

As an extra the digitally remastered album holds a bonus DVD "Live in USA" from 1981 containing 10 tracks.


CD-1 We Have Joy 2:50
CD-2 Empire Song 3:23
CD-3 Chop Chop 4:38
CD-4 The Hum 4:39
CD-5 Pssyche 5:11
CD-6 Nervous System 4:31
CD-7 Animal 3:09
CD-8 Change 4:20
CD-9 Nuclear Boy 3:19
CD-10 Turn To Red 3:51
CD-11 Malicous Boogie 3:04
CD-12 Wardance 3:48
CD-13 Are You Receiving 5:08
CD-14 You're Being Followed 3:04
CD-15 Bodies 2:40
DVD-1.1 Wardance 3:14
DVD-1.2 Unspeakable 4:34
DVD-2 The Wait 3:51
DVD-3 The Fall Of Because 4:11
DVD-4 Primitive 3:03
DVD-5 Exit 2:43
DVD-6 Requiem 2:43
DVD-7 Follow The Leaders 3:27
DVD-8 Change 3:49
DVD-9 Pssyche 6:34
DVD-10 Tension 4:01

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tanglade Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Abstract Sounds
  • Copyright (c) – Tanglade Music
  • Distributed By – Plastic Head Distribution
  • Recorded At – East Side Club


  • Drums – Paul Ferguson
  • Recorded By – Michel Polizzi
  • Vocals, Bass – Youth
  • Vocals, Guitar – Geordie*
  • Vocals, Keyboards – Jaz Coleman


Dedicated to our brother Paul Vincent Raven 1961 - 2007

CD-1 to CD-4 is the Peel Session aired December 16, 1981.
CD-5 to CD-15 is a live show recording from 1979.
DVD contains an amateur recording of a live performance at East Side Club, Washington D.C. on August 17, 1981.

Original notes by the taper of the video do not match the final track positions.
DVD-1.2 "Unspeakable" is not printed at all.
DVD-6: cuts in
DVD-7: tape damage near end
Bloodsport: tape damage throughout [track is omitted].

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 03341 25079 6
  • Barcode (String): 803341250796

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Killing Joke The Unperverted Pantomime ‎(Cass, Ltd, Num, P/Unofficial) Not On Label (Killing Joke) none UK 1982
  • Fenius
The CD side of this release is very poor quality. The tape they chose to digitize sounds absolutely knackered and my own cassette sounds far better. Pretty shoddy sounding for an official release. The DVD is excellent however. The footage is a tad rough but it is KJ at their most energetic and it's a great performance. Worth picking up just for the DVD but in terms of the audio side, you'd be better off buying a nice condition original tape and digitizing it yourself.