William S. Burroughs: Curse Go Back

Curse Go Back is a compilation that puts together William S. Burroughs' recordings on which he used his iconic cut-up technique back in the 1960s.

The LP features 46 minutes of Burroughs' cut-ups and marks the first time these recordings are being available to the public, after the CD issue that was given freely with the debut issue of French magazine, Crash, in 1998.

Curse Go Back is available on clear vinyl from Paradigm Discs on a limited run of 500 and includes a 12”x12” insert with an essay by Ben Harper and several previously unseen portrait photos of Burroughs, taken by Harriet Crowder in her Hammersmith flat during a drug experiment.

Listen to some of Burroughs' and Brion Gysin's iconic cut-up recordings through Antony Balch's 1966 film below...


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