Pagan Muzak

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Pagan Muzak
Released 1978
Recorded 1977 or 1978
Genre Industrial, noise
Length 17:00
Label Graybeat

Pagan Muzak is a landmark industrial-noise 7" vinyl released by NON.[1] The release was pressed with 17 tracks of locked grooves and includes an off center hole drilled for an alternate method of play.[1]


The album was first pressed in 1978 via Graybeat Records.[2] This pressing was a 7" record housed in a 12" sleeve containing 17 tracks on side A, with side B blank.[3] In 1981, Graybeat Records repressed the record, however, both side A and B of the record now included the same 17 tracks.[3] On September 27, 1999, The Grey Area re-pressed the album in an identical manner to the first pressing, with side B blank, and only a standard single center hole.[4]

Track listing[edit]

Side A[1]

  1. (untitled)
  2. (untitled)
  3. (untitled)
  4. (untitled)
  5. (untitled)
  6. (untitled)
  7. (untitled)
  8. (untitled)
  9. (untitled)
  10. (untitled)
  11. (untitled)
  12. (untitled)
  13. (untitled)
  14. (untitled)
  15. (untitled)
  16. (untitled)
  17. (untitled)

Side B[1]

  • Side B is either blank or includes the same tracks as Side A, depending on the pressing.


  1. ^ a b c d Rolf, Semprebon. Pagan Muzak. Allmusic. Retrieved May 10, 2012.
  2. ^ NON Discography. Boyd Rice. Retrieved August 14, 2012.
  3. ^ a b Pagan Muzak (7"). Discogs. Retrieved August 14, 2012.
  4. ^ Pagan Muzak (7", S/Sided, RE). Discogs. Retrieved August 14, 2012.