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1-2 performed by Kadin Contois & Paul Keily (vocals on 1 by Paul)
3-4;10;12 remixed by Will Thornton (vocals by Kadin)
5;7-9 performed by Kadin Contois
(vocals on 7 by Kadin / vocals on 8 by Paul)
6 performed by Kadin Contois & Will Thornton
Will Thornton remixed and remastered this version, and it's only available for this digital album.
11 performed by Will Thornton
13: all 25 episodes of season 1 from "That 70's Show" playing at the same time. 12 episodes on one speaker, 13 episodes on the other. Glitch punishment/beats added by Kadin Contois, and it's only available for this digital album.

Locust Furnace originally from Godflesh / Lovely Butterflies from The Melvins / Never Say Never To Always from Charles Manson / 10:15 Saturday Night from The Cure / Halloween from The Misfits


released November 2, 2015

With the exception of two exclusive remixes, here's a collection of tracks that were not available unless six different Pseudocide digital albums were downloaded in its entirety. We're making these available in this compilation because we really think these songs should be heard, and we want them easily available for your streaming and downloading. These are not all of our hidden/bonus tracks (what would be the fun in making all of them readily available?), so check out our other digital albums. Thanks!
HIDDENSONG was released to commemorate and acknowledge the 2nd year anniversary of Pseudocide's first release on November 2, 2013. Also available on November 2, 2015: 12 numbered copies of Pseudocide's THEY ARE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK on red cassette. These are available for $5 a piece, and once they're gone - they're gone for good. Available on Merciful Shaft records.

(pseudo16) TRT 77:36




Pseudocide Fredericksburg, Virginia

Pseudocide is the project of Kadin Contois who occasionally creates industrial noise drone music by himself or with Will Thornton, Paul Keily or James Balster. Band practice consist of mailing mp3s to each other.

Pseudocide started April 2013. After Kadin and Will played and recorded some live shows, and cut some rough demos, they compiled their first cd of material on November of the same year.
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