Fushitsusha ‎– Nothing Changes No One Can Change Anything, I Am Ever-Changing Only You Can Change Yourself

Label:
Utech Records ‎– URCD087
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3 × CD, Album, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

1-1.1 A Seldom Seen Means Of Displacing Humiliation A Trembling Time Surely Glimpsed Far Ahead
1-1.2 Give Me Back All That Was Me Here Where I Left My Soul Awhile
1-1.3 Angō (1996 Vers.) Entering Into Depths Where Meaning Cannot Exist
2-1.1 Layer Upon Layer Of Missing Answers Swirl In Circles Speaking To Me “Still You Ask Why?” They Say
2-1.2 Hazama
3-1.1 Now Able To Know Fear, Can We Become More Exalted Than The Gods? Since They Have Stopped In Place
3-1.2 Acchi - Children Of Joy Overflowing / Omae - You Who Still Breathed / Nattanjanai - Akin To This

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Recorded at Hōsei University, Tokyo, April 26, 1996.

In a folded outer sleeve with art; the discs are housed in black paper envelopes inside a black engraved folder. A reproduction of the original flyer advertising the performance is also enclosed. Limited to 1000 copies.

Special thanks to Phil Freeman.

Durations:
Disc I: 61:33
Disc II: 58:18
Disc III: 55:40

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huhn

huhn

July 28, 2015

these are epochal recordings. Of the same importance as the New York Free Jazz Avantgarde of the mid 60s. It`s like Ayler and Hendrix playing together.
poneromusikologist

poneromusikologist

September 19, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
This is REAL MUSIC meaning it has an objective quality that renders it beyond argument or oppinion; it operates on a non-subjective level as functional sound art, yet it is consciously musical..
..in similar proportion to Branca's best.
the minimalism of the opening of their first one-hour single-tracked disc is peerless.
Yet the generosity of their programme is multiplied by the use of every moment by the artists.
This band is so good, so very loose and present that it takes most of my intelect to define them musicologically yet in an unfussy manner.
That definition is that THE SHIT is FuSHITsusha because they quintessentialize Avant-Garde Hard Rock. That is, spacially-adept, Live-Epic-Jammed, amplified acid-type rock. Many other idiomatic connotations are possible.
to what degree this group's spiritual integrity has to do with Japan (under Uranus) having excellent crystalline chemical drugs, like LSD and methamphetamine hydrochloride, I am unsure.
DouglasGroothuis

DouglasGroothuis

June 30, 2014
The first CD features Fushitusha, but Brotzmann does not appear. Brotzmann, wild and wonderful as usual, appears, but a bit sparingly, on the next two disks. Thus, the disks feature Fushituscha far more than Brotzmann.

Some long sections of this music are minimalist. Almost nothing happens. Other portions are repetitive but more interesting. Haino plays guitar in his inimitable style and offer acoustic blasts that one could not really call vocals.

This is music for the hard-core fan of avant-guarde, noise, drone fans.