Merzbow ‎– Dharma

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Double H Noise Industries ‎– 2XH 003, Hydra Head Records ‎– HH666-95, Double H Noise Industries ‎– 2XH 006
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CD, Album
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Recorded & mixed at the Bedroom, Itabashi, Tokyo between Dec 2000 - Jan 2001
Final mixed on 9th Jan 2001

2XH 006 a presentation of Double H Noise Industries, a division of Hydra Head Records Inc.

Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CC6912 WWW.AIDEMEDIA.COM DHARMA <49:40> ·

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2XH 003, HH666-095 Merzbow Dharma(CD, Album, Promo) Double H Noise Industries, Hydra Head Records 2XH 003, HH666-095 US 2001 Sell This Version
none Merzbow Dharma(4xFile, MP3, 320) Not On Label (Merzbow Self-released) none Japan Unknown

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Acidtabloid

Acidtabloid

June 30, 2015

Sustain and release but really almost all sustain! Harsh noise-maestro caterwauls you with one of my favourite Merzbow sonic paintings!
bhangshop

bhangshop

February 7, 2008
Funny, I feel the reverse commentary on this release from the first review posting. The first track is so classic Merzbow, it shares no room for insight. The second and third begin to take off, but not quite yet. The final track is the one that seperates the classic Merztracks into something more profound! It slowly builds and builds and shortly after the epitome of crescendo, you actually don't want it to end once you fully get into it. Brings you to another place, space and time!

January 15, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Not the greatest Merzbow release but it has its moments. The 1st track is probably the best overall sounding track on the release. It starts very quite and then slowly cascades into the typical loud sound of rumbles. Akashiman is the loudest track on the disc and has a great distorted loop to finish the track off. The 3rd track is neat and goes along the lines of Merzbow's releases "Door Open At 8AM" and "Necromancer". The final track is one that had to grow on me. The first 14 minutes are great and show the talented side of Merzbow with his glitch out noise shots. Then for the final 17 minutes you have this long long long loud drone that barely changes, except for the pitch. It's great to hear but it can piss you off because you almost want it to end, but you can't, you have to hear it all.