Antonym ‎– Tonanysm

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Radiator Music ‎– RM01
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Tracklist

1 Metal Sheet 1:01
2 Trenchmouth 4:29
3 Coruscate 3:30
4 Cervix 1:00
5 Faith 3:50
6 Silvery Heavy Scented Threat 1:49
7 Swinefever 2:12
8 Love 6:11
9 Stark Shards 3:23
10 Hope 6:18
11 Harmony 4:00
12 Nidus 2:28
13 Spirit 4:07
14 Mass 4:35
15 Robber Fly 4:46
16 Flock 4:01
17 Peace 6:53
18 Suffocation 6:03

Notes

Recorded at the Temple of Tranquility between 1994 & 1996.
Antonym would like to thank Mick Harris and all the lads from Downwards (Karl, Pete, Richard etc.) for their past, present and hopefully future support. Also thanks for past support to Dave Bourgoin (Work In Progress), Dave Hopwood (Personal Soundtracks), Mark Crumby (Impulse), Fernando Cerqueira (SPH), Jim Plotkin and anyone who has shown enthusiasm for what we do.

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junkmale

junkmale

January 18, 2016
my CD has 19 tracks, the last not being listed on the cover, and is 24secs of....silence! seems slightly odd, I mean if you wanted the listener to sit quietly and absorb the music at the end of the album, why not just have 24secs of silence at the end of the last track, why add it as a separate track? or am I missing something?!
Alastis

Alastis

March 26, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

Apparently, this is quite rare CD, since you won't find any other reviews for it on the internet (at least for now). Its not all that bad, although there's a certain amount of filler as it often happens with CD containing 12+ tracks. The weirdest part is genre - mr. Burnham goes in all directions of non-mainstream electronic music. I was expecting an hour of pieces similar to the one included on "Melt" compilation. Although there are few pieces in dark ambient/experimental style, they are sharing space with minimal techno in the vein of Plastikman and a couple of so-called "true industrial" tracks very similar to Throbbing Gristle and the likes. "Tonanysm" is far from being flat and boring, but i wish that he could choose just one style, instead of trying to focus on anything at once.