Black Lung And Xingu Hill ‎– The Andronechron Incident

Ant-Zen ‎– act132
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Original soundtrack selections for the L'Ultimo Pictures International motion picture. The Andronechron Incident is an obscure Italian experimental science-fiction film that stalled and has never been screened outside of Italy.

Released in Digipak.

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February 9, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Is it possible that there is one single disc that makes you think: "It's amazing what man can do with his synth's"? The answer is YES. This disc was a revelation to me; the very first release I ever persuaded from the Ant-Zen label and still one of my favourites (though I own half of their catalogue by now). It's the kind of disc that makes you follow a band; it's the kind of disc that makes you surf the internet to find out whether the movie excists or doesn't; it' a disc you don't loan to your dearest friend becaus of the preciousness. It's an A+; 10/10; top of the bill release.
If you don't have it; GO FIND IT!!!!


April 17, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The soundtrack for the mysterious Italian sci-fi movie that doesn't really sound like something lifted from a movie. There are several moments that make me wonder how this would ever fit in a movie. Then there's times when the album sounds exactly like something from a movie. Nevertheless this is totally demented ride! Both Xingu Hill and Black Lung put out their best on this album. It's quite hard to put this into one genre, there's the idm and the experimentalism, but there's so much more to it. It's a class of its own. Wonderful record.