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|4||Barbichuettes Night (A Tribute To John Zewizz)
Overtone Voice – Barbichuettes
|5||These Stories About After Revolution
Lyrics By – Bernadette Mayer
|6||Los Pinches Gatos Del Sistema||3:57|
Overtone Voice – Aldous Huxley
Lyrics By – Robert Frost
|9||So You Want To Be...
Lyrics By – Charles Bukowski
His double album should seduce people who likes legendary cold punk-gothic-early indus bands like Bauhaus, Psychic TV or Joy Division. One can guess a true passion for litterature and revolution : the Beat Generation writers famous for their avant-garde poetry, provocative happenings & drugs experiences or the Marquis of Sade and his sexual wanderings alongside young women somewhere between pain & pleasure. D69 is also clearly influenced by free jazz music in a few tracks. He played or programmed all instruments and recorded his own vocals in some tracks. This album is co-released with Plataforma Records (Brasil) and you can get physical copies via Cieliro Diystro (Chile).
"Vocem For Atonal Wave" is a good weird mixture of dark and revolutionnary influences reinterpreted in a personal way. Feel the power of the dark & experimental side !