Doof ‎– Disposable Hymns To The Infinite

Label:
NovaMute ‎– P12 NoMu 11
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Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Gift Of The Gods
A2 In Flight
B The Nagual

Notes

Number 5 in the runout is scratched out on both sides making the matrix number appear as NOMU 11.

Made in Great Britain.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 12 NOMU 115 - A1 PR-M A THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): NOMU 115 - AA1 PR-M A THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12 NoMu 11 Doof Disposable Hymns To The Infinite(12") NovaMute 12 NoMu 11 UK 1993 Sell This Version
CD NoMu 11 Doof Disposable Hymns To The Infinite(CD, Maxi) NovaMute CD NoMu 11 UK 1993 Sell This Version
INT 826.758, CD NoMu 11 Doof Disposable Hymns To The Infinite(CD, Maxi) NovaMute, NovaMute INT 826.758, CD NoMu 11 Germany 1993 Sell This Version

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jazzliscious

jazzliscious

April 27, 2004

This is a fantastic release! I ranted already about calling it Goa Trance, so I'll stick to the music here. It crosses sub-genres to me and just can't be conveniently named, but that, too is really beside the point. Simply put, this is just fantastic music. It recalls a time when artists lent their skills to a craft that has long since sold out to the highest bidder and been desecrated by the sell-out attitudes of "DJ coolness". This is relaxing yet invigorating. It's hypnotic and rejuvinating, it's like a musical aural form of those little Chinese healing balls. The tracks are deep and reflective, they get you thinking about good things and allow you to purge your aggressions without anger and frustration. It's what really died in the mid-'90s when certain bands like Bush, Limp Bizkit and others convinced kids (and overgrown kids in their 20s and 30s) that anger heals anger and that angry music is the healer. Well, simple meta-physics - ever hear of a negative feedback loop? That's what 90% of our youth culture is stuck in. Allow me to quote a line from a 1961 issue of an underground American magazine that was inserted into a copy of Kulu Se Mama by John Coltrane I bought in San Francisco - ...for Hatred does not cease by Hatred, Hatred ceases by Love... - fitting quote, because this release is not about anger. Its notation is not angry, it's filled with soothing feelings of love - kind of like Mommy's...