Merzbow ‎– Batztoutai With Material Gadgets (De-Composed Works 1985~86)

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RRRecords ‎– RRR-CD-06
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2 × CD
Box Set, 1st Edition
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In To The Void Of Record Archeive
Untitled (73:27)
1.1 Uluk Constitution 2:50
1.2 This Dying Toad Become Forth With Coal For Colour Black 6:12
1.3 One Eyed Metal 7:47
1.4 Batztoutai - The Nightingale's Song
Other [Reference] – Blue Courts OrchestraWritten-By [Music Written By] – Lulu*
14:37
1.5 Intermission 1:26
1.6 Junk Dahkini 1:24
1.7 Gothol Exodomy 25:32
1.8 Wild Animal & Polythedral Garden 16:32
Loop Panic Limited
Untitled (49:29)
2.1 Agni Hotra Loop 1 0:24
2.2 Fireploof Enema 1 3:23
2.3 Arbeltus Magnus Mix 1 6:22
2.4 Arbeltus Magnus Mix 2 2:02
2.5 Sado Feedback Loop 4:08
2.6 Agni Hotra Loop 2 1:59
2.7 Agni Hotra Loop 3 1:16
2.8 Agni Hotra Loop 4 1:27
2.9 Agni Hotra Loop 5 2:36
2.10 Asagaya Field Recording 4:12
2.11 Strange Orange 2:43
2.12 Strange Orange 2 2:47
2.13 Micon Dick 7:26
2.14 Fireploof Enema 2 1:54
2.15 Industrial Pollusion 2 6:23
Untitled (22:24)
3.1 Electric Tatara 12:57
3.2 Karl-Marx Is Sutra 1:26
3.3 De-Soundtracks 1 7:50

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CD1: Re-create version of 'Batztoutai With Memorial Gadgets' (previously released on RRR-004).

Fake electro acoustic music dedicated to GRM/INA, WERGO, DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON, PHILLIPS & ERATO recording artists.

Cut-Up from various records.
Recorded on 1985 at ZFS Produkt Studio, Asagaya, Tokyo,
Except 2.16 & 2.18 Recorded on 1986 at ZSF Produkt Studio, Asagaya.
Re-mixed on 1993 at ZSF Produkt Studio, Takinogawa, Tokyo.

Packaged in a 16×17,5 cm plastic box.
There is just one indexed track on CD1 and two indexed tracks on CD2.
The duration for "Electric Tatara" is listed as 12:7 on the insert.

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Wjiik

Wjiik

September 9, 2007

This is actually the first Merzbow album I've heard that I don't like that much. I've been listening to about 100 Merzbow records in total and I still wait for an opertunety to say: "This Merzbow album is simply not good!". I can't say it about this eighter, because it IS good! It just lasts too long for me, and is kind of hard to get. There are some moments I really enjoy, and I can definitively hear that it's a quality record. It sounds like the early Merzbow (1979-1985), but it lacks something. Maybe if I turn up the volume I'll enjoy this more next time.