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annotation: Ilse Koch was the wife of Karl Otto Koch, SS chief commander of the concentration camp Buchenwald. A1 is from an un-named japanese military record. Für Ilse Koch (LP, Comp).
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Ilse Koch (22 September 1906 – 1 September 1967) was the wife of Karl-Otto Koch, commandant of the Nazi concentration camps Buchenwald (1937–1941) and Majdanek (1941–1943). In 1947, she became one of the first prominent Nazis tried by the .
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Ilse Koch, August 19, 1947. The most notorious German war criminal, of all those who were brought before the American Military Tribunals at Dachau, was unquestionably Ilse Koch, the wife of Karl Otto Koch, the infamous former Commandant of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Apparently this photo album was confiscated by the American liberators, but it was not introduced into evidence in the courtroom.
|A1||–Imperial Japan||Under The Victory Banner|
|A3||–Come||Come Sunday 2|
|A4||–Aleister Crowley||Nature Of The Beast|
|A5||–Nurse With Wound||Fashioned To A Device Behind A Tree|
|B1||–Leibstandarte SS MB||Plutoniumetrio|
|B2||–Charles Manson||Cease To Exist|
|B4||–Wiking DDV||Nordik Perversion|
|B6||–Whitehouse||Anal American (Live)|
|B7||–Heinrich Himmler||Europe Lives|
- Presenter – Come Organisation
NotesRed vinyl edition, also released on black vinyl. Supposedly there are only 100 copies on red according to contributer Club Moral and the book "Birth - Death - Whitehouse companion".
Front sleeve note: 'Come Organisation Present Für Ilse Koch'
(annotation: Ilse Koch was the wife of Karl Otto Koch, SS chief commander of the concentration camp Buchenwald.)
A1 is from an un-named japanese military record.
A4 features the voice of Aleister Crowley and some uncredited spinet music in the background.
A5 title of the Nurse With Wound track, "Fashioned To A Device Behind A Tree", is a collaged phrase heard on the LP Orchid Spangiafora - Flee Past's Ape Elf. The haunting voice samples "Nein Papa, ich will nicht Papa" were taken from Kollektiv Rote Rübe & Ton Steine Scherben - Paranoia (uncredited).
A6 is listed the wrong way: Artist "Lebensraum", title "Consumer Electronics".
B1 is music from Maurizio Bianchi mixed with other uncredited sounds.
B2 is a collage of Charles Manson singing, as well as The Manson Family and uncredited music in the background.
B4 is credited to Wiking DDV, but is infact Club Moral with their live track "Oorlog (Autonomia)", taken from Club Moral - Mit Neuen Waffen.
B7 is a collage of Heinrich Himmler speaking, some uncredited synth and percussion accompanying an undisclosed nazi military song.
The record ends with some uncredited synth sequence that runs into the end groove.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): WDC-88-1021-A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): WDC-88-1021-B1 FÜR ILSE
|WDC 881021||Various||Für Ilse Koch (LP, Comp)||Come Organisation||WDC 881021||UK||1982|
|WDC 881021||Various||Für Ilse Koch (CDr, Comp, RE, Unofficial)||Come Organisation||WDC 881021||Japan||Unknown|
|WDC 881021||Various||Für Ilse Koch! (Cass, Comp, Unofficial, C60)||Come Organisation||WDC 881021||Japan||2018|
|WDC 881021||Various||Für Ilse Koch (LP, Comp, Ltd, Num, RE, S/Edition, Unofficial)||Come Organisation||WDC 881021||Japan||Unknown|
|WDC 881021||Various||Für Ilse Koch! (Cass, Comp, C60)||Come Organisation||WDC 881021||UK||1982|