Muslimgauze ‎– Azzazin

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Staalplaat ‎– MUSLIMLIM 003
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Tracklist

1 Untitled 4:29
2 Untitled 5:02
3 Untitled 2:21
4 Untitled 4:57
5 Untitled 5:45
6 Untitled 5:13
7 Untitled 2:00
8 Untitled 1:03
9 Untitled 2:11
10 Untitled 4:11
11 Untitled 2:10
12 Untitled 2:01
13 Untitled 3:27

Credits

  • Design [Uncredited]H'cile

Notes

Edition of 500 copies.

Made in the Netherlands.

Second edition in jewel-case released in 2004, limited to 800 copies.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MUSLIMLIM 003 Muslimgauze Azzazin(CD, Album, Ltd, RP) Staalplaat MUSLIMLIM 003 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
none Muslimgauze Azzazin(CD, Unofficial) ArsNova none Russia 2002 Sell This Version

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odder7

odder7

September 12, 2018
why is there no LP version of this yet? sacrilege
emptycyb1

emptycyb1

September 6, 2018

I would pay good money for an LP edition of this.
ZacDavis718

ZacDavis718

November 10, 2014
I agree with the comment below; this is a standout Muslimgauze release. Most songs are not much more than one or two tracks or analog synths either slowly arpeggiating or doing the smallest vamps/stabs imaginable. Sounds great mixed over house and techno records as it sounds like the synth/midrange component of those genres. Besides this rhythmic base; Bryn Jones shows off his skills with found sounds on this release; the high range/headspace of each track being strange collages of found sounds, percussive hits, echoes, noise and 'general electricity'. There are a few tracks with fast, almost Jungle/protoDnB breakbeat manipulation going on, but he still manages to make this dance atop the slower, punishing rhythms below. Extremely repetitive and dark; reminds me a bit of Klaus Schulze "Cyborgs Traum" or if Hamas re-recorded Tangerine Dream "Phaedra". If you want to see Jones' tape cutting/production skills being put to the test, or if you just wanna zone out; this is the Muslimgauze release for you. Its strange how much MORE rhythmic his production seems when he is using non percussive samples to create his web. A perfect record IMO.