Metal Mad Man

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Metal Mad Man
Metal Mad Man.jpg
Studio album by Merzbow
Released 1992 (1992)
Recorded 1 August 1991 – 19 May 1992
Genre Noise
Length 62:41
Label Stinky Horse Fuck
Producer Masami Akita
Merzbow chronology
Dutch Tour 1989
Metal Mad Man
Recycled Music

Metal Mad Man is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow.[1] It features studio remixed excerpts from live performances. An unremixed excerpt from the Konjung Art Exhibition performance was included on the Oh! Moro Volume 5 video (1992 ○か×).

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Live De-Composition from Tajima" 32:19
2. "Metalmadman 1" 14:14
Total length: 46:33
Side two
No. Title Length
1. "G.B.A" 9:01
2. "Excerpt from Live at Konjung Art Exhibition" 7:07
Total length: 16:08


  • "Live De-Composition from Tajima" original recorded live at Gym, Ex-Hatsko Kosan Elementary School Camp in Tajima, Art and Performance Festival, Tajima, Fukushima, 26 August 1991. Remix at ZSF Produkt Studio, 27 May 1992.
  • "Metalmadman 1" live at 20000V, Koenji, Tokyo, 19 May 1992. Remix at ZSF Produkt, 28 May 1992.
  • "G.B.A" recorded at ZSF Produkt Studio, 24 September 1991.
  • "Excerpt from Live at Konjung Art Exhibition" live at Konjung, Korea, 1 August 1991. Original recorded on 8mm video. Remix at ZSF Produkt, 27 May 1992.


  • Masami Akita – noise, de-composition, remix
  • Reiko Azuma – bass on "Metalmadman 1", voice on "G.B.A", bowed instruments on "Excerpt from Live at Konjung Art Exhibition"
  • Tetsuo Sakaibara – electrodrums on "Live De-Composition from Tajima", performance on "Metalmadman 1"
  • Shohei Iwasaki – original recording on "Excerpt from Live at Konjung Art Exhibition"


  1. ^ "Merzbow - Metal Mad Man (Cassette)". Discogs. Retrieved 14 December 2012.