This tape is a joint release by Frank Pinckers and DDV to commemorate the 300th birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach. On side A Pinckers has some found footage and plays the organ. On side B DDV gives a rare Bach record a synthesizer treatment. The cover sports a pornographic picture of a priest with two naked girls, a medieval pair of finger handcuffs Frank Pinckers was a photography student at the time DDV was a sculpture student at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gent in the late seventies. After a while he became one of DDV's major performance photographers. In the early eighties hey also were both involved in a number of chaotic post-punk freestyle music bands such as Perfectone, Happy Star/Nominette and Multifour. In the late eighties Pinckers moved to Singapore for a number of fashion photography jobs, he resides there since then. In january 1999 they got to meet again when DDV was in Bangkok for the Alter Ego exhibition at Silpakorn University. Since then their paths have crossed whenever DDV travelled in Asia. Pinckers' photography work can be seen at www.pinckers.com. DDV's recent audio work is available through Club Moral.