|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Born Again In Flames||4||Audio||1987|
|2||Ahora Neoismus||10||Audio||1988||Maldoror Records|
|3||Mass Media||3||Audio||1984||Yul Records|
|4||Neoist Songs||3||Audio||1983||Yul Records|
|5||Blood & Gold - Plagiarism||2||Audio||1986||Artcore Editions|
|6||Blood & Gold - Propaganda||5||Audio||1987-07-00||Artcore Editions|
|7||'Blood and Gold'||7||Audio||2011||Yul Records|
|8||Weapons For Children||17||Audio||Deli Plain|
Monty Cantsin is a multiple-use name that anyone can adopt, but has close ties to Neoism. Monty Cantsin was originally conceived as an "open pop star." In a philosophy anticipating that of free software and open source, anyone should perform in his name and thus contribute to and participate in his fame and achievements.
In reality the name is most commonly linked nowadays to the activities of artist and musician [a=Istvan Kantor].
It was also used by hundreds of artists and musicians, among them [a=A086], [a=Al Ackerman], [a=Andy Stenhouse], [a=Arthur Berkhoff], [a=Basic Essentials], [a=Black Hand Gang], [a=Boris Wanowitch], [a=Chico Louis], [a=Dave Porter (2)], [a=David Zack], [a=Emilio Morandi], [a=First Aid Brigade], [A=G. Achille Cavellini], [a=GX Jupitter-Larsen], [a=Ginny Lloyd], [a=Glassmadness], [a=Gordon W. Porter], [a=Graf Haufen], [a=Hapunkt Fix], [a=Istvan Kantor], [a=Mark Bloch], [a=Niels Lomholt], [a=People of Pontenossa, The], [a=Pete Horobin], [a=Robin Crozier], [a=Rod Summers], [a=Stewart Home], [a=tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE], [a=Tristan Renaud], [a=Vittore Baroni].
* This above list is far from complete *
For musical group efforts the name White Colours was chosen.