End.* ‎– Science/Fiction

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Hymen Records ‎– ¥725
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1 Eclipse Of Reason 6:00
2 Immeasurable Distances 6:36
3 The Image Economy 3:28
4 Global Media Engine 4:45
5 Simulacra And Simulations 2:55
6 An Elaborate Accounting Hoax 4:47
7 Society Of The Spectacle 4:16
8 The Culture Industry 3:26
9 Theatres Of Memory
Composed By [Original] – Julie Talen
4:55
10 Dead Media 4:02
11 Semiopolis 2:50
12 Science/Fiction 7:32

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All music by C.Peirce, 2001-2002. "Theatres Of Memory" originally composed for the film "Pretend".

From liner notes:
Now that science has helped us to overcome the awe of the unknown in nature, we are the slaves of social pressures of our own making. When called upon to act independently, we cry for patterns, systems, and authorities. If by enlightenment and intellectual progress we mean the freeing of man from superstitious belief in evil forces, in demons and fairies, in blind fate-in short, the emancipation from fear-then denunciation of what is currently called reason is the greatest service reason can render. Max Horkheimer.

Incidental info:
Released in a standard Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 01554aa7
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ98

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
¥725 End.* Science/Fiction(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Hymen Records ¥725 Germany 2002
¥725 End.* Science/Fiction(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Hymen Records ¥725 Germany 2002

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koekeeghan

koekeeghan

March 14, 2004
Very good shit indeed. I love it. I had never heard of End but it is one of my favorite break-beat albums now.

One thing that i hope he will change in the future is not to use a sample too much. There is a strange pop like sound in the breaks that gets a bit overused.

But great album.
_luca_

_luca_

January 22, 2003

This is one of the best electronic album released in 2002 and is very much underrated. It's quite dark stuff, with complex rhythms, heavy breaks and crackling percussions. Excellent production.