|Studio album by Boris|
Sound Square 1997
|Length||Fangs Anal Satan: 60:15
Southern Lord: 73:24
|Label||Fangs Anal Satan
Southern Lord (SUNN10)
Absolutego is the debut album by Japanese experimental doom band Boris. It was released in 1996 by Fangs Anal Satan. This album shows a primitive sort of inspiration from the Melvins. Excluding the Merzbow collaboration Sun Baked Snow Cave, it is the only "one-long-song" Boris album that is not broken down into multiple parts. Notably, up until Amplifier Worship, Takeshi had been called "Ohtani." Whether that may be a nickname or his surname (in recent years, Atsuo's last name has been revealed to be Mizuno) is unknown. In 2001 Southern Lord Records re-released this album as Absolutego+ and included a bonus track.
|Fangs Anal Satan release|
|Southern Lord release|
|Year||Label||Format||Country||Out of Print?||Notes|
|1996||Fangs Anal Satan||CD||Japan||Yes||Cover depicts a girl holding a large snake; sound quality is tinny and more trebly than future releases|
|2001||Southern Lord||CD-R||U.S.||Yes||Orange jewel box; new cover depicting Wata and guitar; U.S. bonus track|
|2001||Southern Lord||CD||U.S.||No||Same cover as limited U.S. pressing, includes bonus track|
|2010||Southern Lord||Vinyl||U.S.||No||2000 Black vinyl, 1000 red vinyl; New cover; Includes bonus track|
- York, William. Absolutego review allmusic.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-24.