Telepathic Movements through Ultrasonic Art

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Whiteberg/Superimposition Records/Laconic Productions 2010
WMACD/24(1+2)/1310R SR29

 
An improvised work recorded on 28 consecutive days, between December 11th 2009 and January 7th 2010

Sample Tracks:

Track 13, Disc 1. Bactrian Camel 2:18

Track 11, Disc 2. Sons of Pioneers 2:20

Track Listing:

Disc 1
01. Light My Fire 3:17
02. Child in Time 3:09
03. Mountains of Malawi 2:44
04. Panning for Gold 2:06
05. Burn Your Guitar 3:15
06. Ignorant Scissors 2:48
07. Before the War 2:23
08. Talking Drum 3:06
09. Duke of Bohemia 2:40
10. Cantonese Boy 2:23
11. Eclipse 4:06
12. Earth Song 3:12
13. Bactrian Camel 2:18
14. A Winter's Tale 2:50

Disc 2
01. Fat 3:45
02. Smokestack 4:20
03. Wax People 3:21
04. The Stalker 3:20
05. Sheep on Drugs 3:46
06. Big Baby 3:42
07. Exorcism 3:11
08. Flying North 2:13
09. Alien Ant Farm 4:15
10. Hot Bathtub 3:06
11. Sons of Pioneers 2:20
12. Beelzebub and the Angel 4:19
13. Song for Bat 3:45
14. The Mask 3:12

Recorded at: Studio Dwarf, Rock House Music Room,
Replies Noise Pit, 58 Micro Unit and Eam Sound.

Mixed and mastered at Studio Dwarf.

Produced and Engineered by Karl Genzmer
and WHITEBERG for Laconic Productions.

A Laconic Production, in association with
Superimposition Records.

Marketing: Deep Management
Circulation: mdw Distribution.

Cover Design: Formal Graphics.

Copyright and Phonograph Copyright owned by
Whiteberg/Superimposition Records/Laconic Productions 2010
All rights of the owner of the work reserved. unauthorised copying,
hiring, renting, lending, public performance & broadcasting
prohibited

All tracks are Improvised, composed, arranged and Performed by WHITEBERG: Emmanuel Whiteberg, Clem Fazuku, Vidya Sahara, Kavita Quartz, Algernon Vaniva, Ronnie Gurdjieff, Pablo Ouspenski, Phil Marinetti, and Maitland White. Track 7 includes a short
incidental quotation, which will be recognised as a phrase from ‘Before the War’ by Ryuichi Sakamoto. However, no track on this album is intended as a rendition of any previously recorded work.

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