(Mute) Blast First / Mute reissue two classic UT albums - "In Gut's House" (1988) and the Steve Albini engineered "Griller" (1989) - on October 3, 2006. Sprung from the downtown No Wave scene, Ut (Nina Canal, Jacqui Ham and Sally Young) originated in New York City in December 1978. The inheritors of the fertile collision between rock, free jazz and the avant garde that first manifest itself in the Velvet Underground, Ut soon became a serious force within the New York music scene. The critically acclaimed "In Gut's House" was originally released in 1988 and made NME's Top 50 that year. In 1989 the band recorded and released the album "Griller." Engineered by label mate Steve Albini, who shared Ut's raw aesthetic. "Griller" captured the gripping intensity and sheer power of the Ut experience. Unfortunately, "Griller" was to be Ut's final release and in March 1990 Ut played their last concert in Paris.
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