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Format: CD
Sku: 241761268
UPC: 769791902701
UPC 14: 00769791902701
Release Date: 11/6/2012
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Ruckhousing - Syngen Brown ~ Various Artists
2. Rainer's Corpse - Syngen Brown ~ Various Artists
3. Midland Educational - Syngen Brown ~ Various Artists
4. Live At Lewisham Arthouse - (live) ~ Various Artists
5. Depths - Phil Durrant ~ Various Artists
6. Live At the Klinker - Voltage (live) ~ Various Artists
7. Time Spool - Clive Graham ~ Various Artists
8. Ninety and Nine - Andrew King ~ Various Artists
9. Three Inconspicuous Settings - Aquiles Pantaleao ~ Various Artists
10. Alphabet of Fishes [Live At Lewisham Arthouse] - Bob Cobbing (live) ~ Various Artists
11. Tan [Live At Lewisham Arthouse] - Bob Cobbing (live) ~ Various Artists
12. Insults [Live At Lewisham Arthouse] - Bob Cobbing (live) ~ Various Artists
13. Beouf En Crut [Entr?e] - Hastings of Malawi ~ Various Artists

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Performers include: Syngen Brown, Wits, Phil Durrant, Voltage, Clive Graham, Andrew King, Aquiles Pantaleao, Bob Cobbing, Hastings Of Malawi.
Muze PNote Photographers: Dennis Austin; Syngen Brown; Esmeralda Mu¤oz-Torrero; Mattias Ek.
Muze PNote The third volume in Clive Graham's overview of unique and out-of-the-way sonic conceptions in late 20th century England, once again delivering a generally fascinating and diverse survey. Syngen Brown opens the disc with a delightful trio of pieces made up of roiling, messy electronic washes. There is more music that refers, however obliquely, to rock and folk forms on this disc than on prior offerings in the series, including Voltage's "Live at the Klinker" (in a punk/noise sort of way) and Andrew King's heartfelt rendition of the 19th century ballad "Ninety and Nine." But experimental electronics lie at the heart of this collection, and there are some fine examples herein. Phil Durrant's "Depth" is a furious, boiling work, abstract but remarkably visceral and corporeally present. Graham's own "Time Spool" unwinds in a looser, hymn-like fashion, deftly sidestepping any unnecessary cuteness and revealing a detailed, unusual world full of delicately sheared slabs of soundstuff. If the occasional piece doesn't quite cohere (like the live Wits performance), or if some, such as Bob Cobbing's madcap vocalizations, are a bit of an acquired taste, there is still much here to whet the appetite of anyone interested in the goings-on off the beaten track in England. ~ Brian Olewnick

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 1999
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2000
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : PD 10CD
Music Label Name Label : Forced Exposure
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00769791902701

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