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  • There are 294 artists on the list. If LIMBUS 3/LIMBUS 4 and XHOL/XHOL CARAVAN are counted as the same there are 292 artists.
  • The 2001 reissue of Nurse With Wound's Chance Meeting album contains a bonus track, "Strain, Crack, Break". which consists of David Tibet reading the list. The track concludes with the words "All of these bands are completely shit." A shorter version of this track is included on the Rat Tapes One album.
  • "Words strain, crack and sometimes break,..." is a quote by T. S. Eliot, from "Burnt Norton", the first of his Four Quartets.

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