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Without Warning

by Richard Termini

‘Without Warning’ a compilation of relics from the songbook of Richard Termini.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Useless
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2. Spirit
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3. Ritual
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4. Another Big World/Please Don't LIVE at CBGB NYC
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5. New Heaven
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6. He's Off the Tracks
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7. Holy War
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8. Without Warning
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9. For Ernie, Mary and Bill
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10. Pulse Play #01
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
‘Without Warning’ a compilation of relics from the songbook of Richard Termini.
The title ‘Without Warning’ is from one of Termini’s early 1980’s projects. So many bands so many names!. This collection of recordings is dedicated to the victims of ‘cause stalkers’, 'mobbing' and to whistleblowers who have been harmed and often killed in the act of attempting to reveal injustice, crimes in high places and social scams that hurt all of us. Sometimes these people are targeted just for being ‘other’. Victims of the KKK are a classic example of people being hurt for no reason other that they are different from the rest. These cults of hate are epidemic today and they know who they are. If you see someone victimized by such as these, stand up, do the right thing, come forward and help them. You will be glad you did. The perpetrators of ‘stalking’ crimes are all cowards and use cowardly tactics. They are motivated and ruled by fear. Their god is a jealous god and a god they fear. And they expect all of us to fear ‘it’ too.

The Songs
1. USELESS. Recorded late 1980’s this ditty is about social parasites. People that contribute nothing to the world but hunger for money and power. Heartless thugs of the business world. Oddly some feminists have attacked this song as chauvinistic? I have explained that this song has nothing to do with woman in particular. It is about anyone, man or woman with zero ethics and a hunger for cruelty. The line in the song even says ‘You are a dying OLD MAN’ but for some reason some people think when the word ‘boor’ is used it is the word ‘whore’. But I assure you I wrote ‘boor’ as in insufferable pig. And even if it were the word whore, surely assuming that only women could be whores is sexist in the highest order. So to those feminists that feel this way about this song I suggest you seek counsel with feminists with greater understanding of life. Perhaps Camille Paglia or Emily Prager would be good choices to talk too.

2. SPIRIT. Recorded somewhere around 1986. Zarathustra in a pop song. Become the wheel that turns upon it’s own center.

3. RITUAL. A simple improvised instrumental circa 1991.

4. Another Big World/Please Don’t. Live at CBGB circa 1985. Wonderful line up.
John Campos - Guitar, Robert Agnello –Bass, Robert Kinkel – Keyboards, Herb Stempel – Drums, Richard Termini - Synthesizer and Vocal.
The studio version of ‘Please Don’t’ was first released on Vinyl circa 1983 on the album ‘Dangerous Games.’

5. New Heaven and a New Earth. Say no more.

6. He’s Off The Tracks. This version from 1986. The song goes back to about 1982 when it was part of a larger work entitled Cannibals. An earlier demo of this song that appears on the internet now and then has Pete Steele and Mark Piovanetti of the band Carnivore playing. Drummer Lou Beato was to be at that session but he had to take his bus-driving test that day. True story. Josh Silver was in the house but we could not get him to come and play that day. If Lou did show up and was on that recording I would have posted that version as well. I suspect that would have been a much better session than this one but it is all I have right now.
‘His heart is dragging splinters up from the steel floor’. ‘When all that he needed was a plea for a hook to hang his dignity’? Dedicated our to Frankie Black.

7. Holy War. 1988 song demo recorded at home in Brooklyn on Ernie Zollo’s Piano. Yet to be recorded properly with an ensemble.

8. Without Warning. Ultimately an instrumental about covert behavior among civilian ‘cause’ groups and other such criminals. This song features The wonderful Jerome Fox on Guitar with Termini playing Synth-Guitar in a winding solo duet of noise. Circa 1992. ‘They’re back’

9. For Ernie, Mary and Bill. Victims of ‘cause’ stalkers. Also dedicated to the memory of Karoline Maria Stauber.

10. Pulse Play #1. Recorded live to four track circa 1977 Brooklyn New York.

Without Warning
Produced and compiled by Richard Termini
All songs Copyright Richard Termini
Release November 23, 2010



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