Beate Bartel and Gudrun Gut share history. They were both part of Mania D., "the first German punk band". Beate continued with Liaisons Dangereuses and Gudrun with Malaria!. Then they experimented in sound and visual arts and released three albums with Matador, along with Manon P. Duursma. After 25 years, they are part of the same project again, both producing five tracks for Myra Davies's spoken word album Sirens (MOABIT 021CD). This instrumental vinyl edition provides extended mixes, which differ from the original recordings. Gudrun Gut is known for her activities in the Berlin music scene since the '80s, with Malaria! and recent solo work as well as collaborations with AGF (Greie Gut Fraktion) and Hans-Joachim Irmler (Gut Und Irmler). Beate Bartel was a part of the experimental impulse that made its way into today's art world and museums. Growing up in west Berlin, Beate Bartel's interest in sounds and noise made her a sound engineer and she became a founding member of bands like Mania D., Einstürzende Neubauten, Liaisons Dangereuses and Matador, with Gut and Duursma. Davies and Gut have worked together since 1991 on several releases, notably Miasma 1 (1993), 2 (1997) and 3 (2002), and multi-media performances. Includes a download code.