Several well known works of art have been painted over older ones. However, most of the time the new piece didn't pay much tribute to the covered art, no influence was to be seen. Some suggest this technique has been mainly used by artists who were searching for cheap canvases. This technique is called "Palimpseste" in French (or Palimpsest in English). For this album I used a technique I am still using very often, I first compose tracks with the help of several pieces of equipment which therefore will be cleaned and cut to be reused once again as samples with a radicaly different result. This process of creating twice over the same elements, canvases, remined me of the aforementioned technique.
It is available for download in two formats. One, as a single VBR mp3 file that doesn't include any index etc. The other version is made of split files but for some reasons the index aren't making much sense of the sound result as some sections are split over several tracks indexes. I would suggest you to download the single VBR file instead because that one doesn't have any gap in between continous tracks."
Dimitri (September 2004)
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