Bizz Circuits ‎– The Very Best Of Bizz Circuits

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1 Bizz Circuits Connecting Circuits 1:33
2 Bizz Circuits Gilles Deleuze Meets Rockers Downtown (Edit) 5:19
3 Bizz Circuits Drüben (Edit) 4:13
4 Bizz Circuits Fantasias Animadas 4:27
5 Bizz Circuits Blinded With Science (Snowblind) 4:07
6 Bizz Circuits The Blues 4:06
7 Bizz Circuits The Breaking Hands 3:48
8 Bizz Circuits Up On The Sun 3:59
9 Bizz Circuits Can't Get No Satisfaction (Thank God) 3:12
9b Bizz Circuits Breath Control 1:55
10 Bizz Circuits She's Hit 3:17
11 Bizz Circuits Living In Vain 3:39
12 Bizz Circuits Black Candy 3:43
13 Bizz Circuits Fade Out (Acieeed) 10:28
Video Random_Inc Losing Touch
Film Director – Rawimage

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Everything recorded and edited at Ostendzoo Studios May and April 2002.
Track 3 previously recorded for Sub Rosa/Quatermass "Rauchive's Voices".
Track 10 previously recorded for Doctsect Records in the Doctrine Insectivas series.

Includes a video version (.Mov and .AVI) of track "Losing Touch" by Random_Inc appeared previously on Clicks & Cuts 2.

Double-folded Digipak.

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scoundrel

scoundrel

August 22, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

The inside cover of THE VERY BEST OF BIZZ CIRCUITS boasts a humongous list of musical artists -- although you have to wonder how many of them truly influenced this collection. Certainly, the minimalists and the microtonal experimentalists show their hand here (listen to the cool bleeps and dub beats on "Gilles Deleuze Meets Rockers Downtown" or the slow, skittering percussion on "Fantasias Animadas"), but Camper van Beethoven? Don't think so. Sure, "Blinded with Science (Snowblind)" has an unmistakable kiss of funk in the bassline, and "Can't Get No Satisfaction (Thank God)" certainly pays a debt to Pole, but the Happy Mondays -- not so much. So perhaps it's better to see the list as a grounding for a well-rounded musical education, and the album itself as a subterreanean exploration of bleeps and bass, no matter where the inspiration comes from.