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Performer: Volcano The Bear
Genre: Electronic
Album: Guess The Birds
Released: 2001
Style: Abstract, Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1723 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1893 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1151 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 321
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A1 Urchins At The Harp
A2 Maureen Memorium
A3 There In The House Of The Moon
B1 Millipede For The Little Boy
B2 All The Paint I Can Breathe
B3 Volcano The Bear


  • Artwork [Front Cover Art] – Nick Mott
  • Artwork [Insert Art] – Aaron Moore
  • Composed By – Moore*, Padden*, Coleman*, Mott*
  • Mastered By – Kev Reverb
  • Performer – Aaron Moore , Daniel Padden, Laurence Coleman, Nick Mott
  • Recorded By, Composed By – Volcano The Bear


Number 8 of 12 in the Lactamase series (lactamase 08), limited to 500 numbered copies.
Some copies were pressed on grey vinyl.
Includes two 10" square inserts.

David Keenan played wine glasses but not on this record………
Thank you Chris McBeth, Neil Campbell & Jon Whitney & Kev Reverb for CDR mastering.

© ℗ 2001 (blurr2001)volcano the bear
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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
mt028 Volcano The Bear Guess The Birds ‎(10", Ltd, Num, Gre) Beta-lactam Ring Records mt028 US 2001

Review from Audion #46 (2002)...Amongst the most engaging of their releases, this is much more the patent Volcano The Bear, their unique style that we all Volcano fans have come to know and love. This is deeply layered stuff, involving much use of the studio as an instrument, and all pretty fresh too (very little had been heard before in live performances) and thus all the more rewarding.All the textural characteristics, fuzzed keyboards, echoey instruments, clarinet, and mangled rhythmic excursions, make a come-back here, taking us back to YAK FOLKS Y'ARE, whilst also stepping on, to a cosmic electronic music with weirdo Nurse With Wound type twisted edges.Yes, I love it, but don't think I should go any deeper, rubbing-it-in, as it's already out-of-print and deleted. Rather silly, if you ask me. Maybe they could put their heads together and come up with a solution, i.e. issue this and YAK FOLKS.. as a CD. How about it? - They never did!