Impostor Orchestra ‎– Heliopause

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Puu ‎– PUU-19
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Tracklist

1 Abyss Of A Glutton 5:08
2 Heliopause 2:49
3 Country Of Edom 3:31
4 Gummiprint 3:15
5 Interstellar Panspermia 2:57
6 Sun Of The Foreign Land 2:52
7 Martian Surveyor News Radio 0:27
8 Interplanetary Politics 0:33
9 Money 0:45
10 Martian Weather Today 0:13
11 Traffic Report 0:58
12 Sports Universe 0:22
13 Daytime Sex Show 0:33
14 Kickbox Show 0:18
15 Cinema Program 0:34
16 Art & Antique 0:17
17 Occult 0:35
18 Retrobilly Show 0:27
19 Programma Futurista 0:33
20 Romantic Night Show 0:39
21 Planet Baby 1:41
22 Late Time Chronicles 6:06
23 Secrets Will Remain 1:39

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Notes

Housed in a gatefold digifile sleeve.

©+℗ Sähkö Recordings 2000.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 718755 016923
  • Other (Distribution Code): EFA 50169-2

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PUU-19LP Impostor Orchestra Heliopause(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Puu PUU-19LP Finland 2000 Sell This Version
PUU-19LP Impostor Orchestra Heliopause(LP, Album) Puu PUU-19LP Finland 2000 Sell This Version

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Escherichia

May 8, 2013

I love the tone of this album, how unsettling and bizarre it is, with borderline electroacoustic experiments appearing next to 70’s-sounding space/lounge/free-jazz/cinematic weirdness, and some electro/techno snippets here and there as well. The trouble is the album’s choppy mid-section (which seems to replicate what it would be like to intercept clips of Martian radio/television broadcasts), where no track tops the 1:00 mark. It reminds me of Naked City’s “hardcore miniatures” in principle, but here the concept is less effective. You just start to get into a groove and then poof, it’s over and on to the next bit of Tenor’s noodling. Many of these brief tracks could have been fleshed out into full pieces and the result would have been more satisfying, especially since the album clocks in at a paltry 37:12. That said, I’ve never heard a release quite like this, so it stands in my collection as a one-of-a-kind album. It’s one of my go-to CDs when I need to shake things up a bit.