Various ‎– Musica Discordia

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Gi'iwa Productions ‎– GPCD02
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1 Tarezen Say Whot!?
Written-By, Producer – Eki Jokisalo, Gonzalo Laserna
6:31
2 Hired Goonz Sebastien's Dildo
Written-By, Producer – Neuron Compost, Petalien
8:43
3 Reality Pixie Phloem Of TLSG
Written-By, Producer – Darren Smith (4)
6:28
4 Tamlin Abstructality
Written-By, Producer – Jonas Henrikson
8:30
5 Spiritus (2) Billy's Bootcamp
Written-By, Producer – Teemu Niemi
7:03
6 Sattel Battle Fuck It! (Ex Uus Remix)
Remix – Ex Uus*Remix [Credited To], Producer [Reproduction] – Ilja ZelkovskyWritten-By, Producer – Elad Weinberg
5:53
7 Sattel Battle Stupid Computer
Written-By, Producer – Elad Weinberg
6:17
8 Hired Goonz Seatangle
Written-By, Producer – Neuron Compost, Petalien
8:35
9 Neuron Compost La Forest Femme
Written-By, Producer – Reece Stockhausen
7:58
10 Alrune & Bæst McGuyver
Written-By, Producer – Bæst, Rune Ranthe
4:14
11 ECT Jolly's Return
Engineer – MassWritten-By, Producer – Leigh Griffiths
7:54

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Illustrations] – T-Bone, jason.hueman@gmail.com
  • Mastered BySimon Polinski

Notes

BPM's: 150, 145, 148, 143, 147, 148, 145, 144, 144, 147, 138

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5017744101882
  • Matrix / Runout: | GPCD002CD | ARABESQUE LTD | *002529
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5075

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DeathPosture

DeathPosture

October 5, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
THE MUSICA DISCORDIA or, How I Found the Goddess EleKtroniKa and What I Did To Her When I Found Her.

After more than two years hiatus, recuperation and refuge Australia’s Gi’iwa Productions is out with their 2nd release Musica Discordia. When Schizm was released back in the summer of 2004 it was received with rave reviews and a hype seldom seen with debut releases… And two years later it’s still as fresh and innovative as the day it was released and it remains one of my most played ‘unconformity’ CDs… Rather than milking the success and rushing the next release, Reece and the Gi’iwa gang decided to play the waiting game until they actually had enough great tracks fit for a proper second release… Now let’s find out if that investment in time paid off…

Like Schizm did two years ago, this compilation knocked me right off my feet… It’s such a diverse style-clash crossover bonanza that words don’t really do it justice. After all writing about music is like dancing about architecture… Why this lengthy review then, one might ask? Well, that’s what I do, and this piece of plastic deserves some attention. It’s unlike anything I’ve heard this year, and if that wasn’t reason enough to check it out, just wait until it grabs you by the balls and drags you around a musical spectre wider than you thought possible… The classy cover art adds to the overall very full experience sparked by this release… This is - in the immortal words of Huckleberry Finn - something else!

Comes highly recommended. But beware. If you confront it with imperfect courage it might utterly annihilate your soul… Some of the tracks have not yet fully sunken in with me, and I’m not sure if they ever will… Luckily those tracks are scarce, and I really dig the vast majority of audio wizardry presented on this unique compilation. Do yourself a favour, and hunt this one down. It’s totally worth it, if not only to broaden your musical horizons. Enjoy!

Favourites: 1, 2(!), 3(!), 6(!!), 7, 9(!), 10