|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Marx, Christ & Satan United In Struggle||12||Audio||1999||Molotov Records (2)|
|2||Cyber-Sadism Live!||28||Audio||1998||Sabotage Editions|
|3||Comes In Your Face + PunkRockDrunk Live||31||Audio||1998||Sabotage Editions|
|4||Pure Mania||31||Audio||1998||King Mob|
|5||Proletarian Post-Modernism||7||Audio||2013-11-21||Test Centre|
Stewart Home was born in south London in 1962. When he was sixteen he held down a factory job for a few months, an experience that led him to vow he'd never work again. After dabbling in rock journalism and music, in the early eighties he switched his attention to the art world.
Now Home writes novels as well as cultural commentary, and he continues to make films and exhibitions. He has long been an underground legend in Europe, North America and Brazil.