Not Breathing ‎– The Starry Wisdom

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Invisible ‎– INV 094 CD
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Nuclear
1-01 Sacred Relapse
Featuring [Halogen Hihats] – Branden TheisFeaturing [Raunchy Acid And Tron Beats] – Carl White*
9:21
1-02 Quixl
Vocals [Pink Rugmuncher Diva Vocals] – Michelle Pandow
5:14
1-03 Digenetic Dub
Featuring [Doctoring And Textures] – Young Miss Mark Spybey*
6:42
1-04 Voudoun Electrique 4:52
1-05 Neptune Rotor Probe
Featuring [The Cube And Grits] – John Sharp (2)
5:14
1-06 Chunky Monkey
Featuring [Sour Acid, Nitro And Bleats] – DJ Jack Acid*
16:24
1-07 Sexy German Chick Theme 3:30
1-08 The Floater 5:41
1-09 Celliphas 5:37
1-10 Magneto Maximus
Featuring [The Channeling Of Hank Williams] – The Late Amy Andrews
9:10
Abyss
2-01 One Winged Dove
Featuring [Dumpster Diving Audio Thief] – Tahoe FosterFeaturing [The Cube And Grits] – John Sharp (2)
2:06
2-02 Bowels Of Cthulhu 5:37
2-03 The Sog March
Didgeridoo, Featuring [Live Scorpions] – Bruce Brindamour
7:28
2-04 Heliopause
Didgeridoo, Featuring [Live Scorpions] – Bruce BrindamourFeaturing [Electro Soma Keys] – Ron Chmara
7:05
2-05 Mushroom Dub 6:44
2-06 Lost Carcosa
Didgeridoo, Featuring [Live Scorpions] – Bruce BrindamourFeaturing [Electro Soma Keys] – Ron Chmara
11:49
2-07 3breathe0aether3
Featuring [Doctoring And Textures] – Young Miss Mark Spybey*
7:28
2-08 Scorpion Dream
Didgeridoo, Featuring [Live Scorpions] – Bruce BrindamourFeaturing [Electro Soma Keys] – Ron Chmara
15:39
2-09 Wet Creosote
Featuring [El Nino Channeling Por Favor] – Adam Yoffe
6:42

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Written and recorded in Tucson, Arizona, USA, August 95 to November 97.
Megamixed in Chicago at The Mattress Factory, December 97.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 37642 00942 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): INV00094D1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L043
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 163F
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): INV00094D2
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L043
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 1632

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Escherichia

Escherichia

November 8, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

An engrossing trip through futuristic ambient-techno, acid, IDM and ambient/noise. Disc 1, Nuclear, is the more beat-driven of the two, and therefore the more immediately accessible. The sounds are bleak throughout, with barely a hint of melody, so the tracks rely on texture and layers for substance. There's a menacing overtone to the whole thing, so this is definitely not a disc to chill to. Taken in the right mood, though, it’s capable of transporting you to someplace wholly alien.

Disc 2, Abyss, takes the foreboding mood even deeper (as the title suggests) and focuses on largely beatless soundscapes ranging from tense, minimal ambience to speaker-ripping noise. It has a good sense of continuity and flow, even though the tracks don’t often directly segue into one another, so it’s an easy disc to get lost in. Again, not for all moods or tastes, but if you like cold, mechanical, sci-fi ambience, then this side (and really the album as a whole) won’t disappoint.