Sugarmorphoses was recorded in 1974 solely by Genesis P-Orridge within the COUM Transmissions headquarters, joyfully known as the Ho Ho Funhouse, and are some of the most compelling experimental recordings related to COUM. Consisting of candid kitchen recordings of solo broken piano improvisations accompanied by P-Orridge's own tape experiments using old reels dating back to 1965, from which a young Neil Megson made countless field recordings and homework dictations to play while sleeping. Playful, chaotic, imaginative, and historic, these recording show a young P-Orridge at a heightened sense of creative fervor. Previously unpublished photographs from the P-Orridge With Everything archives and exclusive liner notes by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge recalling the environment and zeitgeist of these formative times. Limited to 1,000 copies.