Godspeed You! Black Emperor's 'All Lights Fucked on the Hairy Amp Drooling' (partially found album; 1994)

All Lights Fucked on the Hairy Amp Drooling
Status Partially Found

All Lights Fucked on the Hairy Amp Drooling is the first release from the group Godspeed You! Black Emperor (back when their name was punctuated Godspeed You Black Emperor!). During this time, the band consisted of only Efrim Menuck, Mike Moya, and Mauro Pezzente. Only 33 copies of this release were published on audio cassette in 1994. Very few people are known to have the cassette minus one owned by Constellation Records, the band's record label.[1]

Some time in September 2013, Reddit user "casketjack" claimed he had a copy of the tape in storage, providing photos of the tape and booklet.[2][3][4] He even uploaded two songs onto Bayfiles.net, which were quickly uploaded onto Youtube, and eventually planned to upload the entire album online. However, in the end, he didn't upload it due to worries about legal issues. None of the other songs have surfaced since.


"Random Luvly Moncton Blue(s)" and "Dadmomdaddy"

Track Listing

Side A
  1. "Drifting Intro Open"
  2. "Shot Thru Tubes"
  3. "Three Three Three"
  4. "When All the Furnaces Exploded"
  5. "Beep"
  6. "Hush"
  7. "Son of a Diplomat, Daughter of a Politician"
  8. "Glencairn 14"
  9. "$13.13"
  10. "Loose the Idiot Dogs"
  11. "Diminishing Shine"
  12. "Random Luvly Moncton Blue(s)"
  13. "Dadmomdaddy"
Side B
  1. "333 Frames Per Second"
  2. "Revisionist Alternatif Wounds to the Hair-cut Hit Head"
  3. "Ditty for Moya"
  4. "Buried Ton"
  5. "And the Hairy Guts Shine"
  6. "Hoarding"
  7. "Deterior 23"
  8. "All Angels Gone"
  9. "Deterior 17"
  10. "Deterior Three"
  11. "Devil's in the Church"
  12. "No Job"
  13. "Dress Like Shit"
  14. "Perfumed Pink Corpses from the Lips of Ms. Céline Dion"


  1. Archive of Constellation Records' page on the tape, on which low resolution scans were provided. Retrieved 15 Sep '13.
  2. Gallery of photos taken by casketjack Retrieved 15 Sep '13
  3. Another photo taken by casketjack, with username proof Retrieved 15 Sep '13
  4. casketjack's original Reddit post Retrieved 15 Sep '13




22 days ago
Score 1++
What I find funny about the comments that only 33 copies were put out is that if you go on Discogs and look up this release, 29 people supposedly have a copy. If 29 people at least have a copy and admit to it, then why is this still all but lost? Maybe that is saying something about people who will lie just to pretend to be one of the few lucky ones.


21 days ago
Score 0++
It's so annoying that despite how rare it is, no leaks have ever showed up. Even Efrim has shown confusion that no audio leak has ever been released. Is it really that hard to put this demo out there?
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