Various ‎– UKS - Forum Of Contemporary Art No. 1 / 2 1999

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UKS 1999 ‎– UKS No.1 / 2 1999
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CD
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Tracklist

1 Wonderphone Project The* Illumination +47* Spectrum Blue Presents: Available Light #1 3:00
2 Biosphere Expansion / Contraction 2:44
3 Cecilie Ore Festina Lente - Fanfare 2:12
4 Tore Honoré Bøe Origami Republika Merz Women 1:02
5 Per Platou Do You Believe In B Devedeze Dva 4:53
6 Jørgen Knudsen To Avoid Condensation On Eyeglasses One Can Walk Backwards Through The Door, Dedicated To Bo Krister Wallstrøm 2:19
7 Siqurest Garden 3:43
8 Clingfilm Alien Monsters 0:04
9 Prosub Union Cyclopean Vision In The Future Dawn Of Global Capitalism 0:07
10 Dinky Flake Sensing A Tear Bubbling Up As I Fuck Her Armpit Senseless And Her Rock Hard Nipples Work Their Way Through The Paint Job On The Silver Metallic '76 Porsche Carrera 0:13
11 Spin Cycle Untitled 001 2:11
12 Heidi Sundby Ostekjelleren / The Cheese - Larder 1:54
13 Ulver The Voice Of The Devil Plate 4 2:49
14 Arm (3) Cut Of Victory 3:53
15 Isak TH. Anderssen* Welfare 3:12
16 Kjetil Grøntoft Longing In The Absence Of TV 1:26
17 Bjørn Askefoss Cagt 3:22
18 Eivind Buene Study For Glenn (Dreamreading) 1998 3:00
19 Iwo Myrin Pippi - Ka - Ka 2:51
20 Bjarne Melgaard Unconnected Daydreaming 8:18
21 Andrej Nebb* Bjørn Sorknes Song Til Ein Orm / Song To A Snake 4:15
22 Lars Petter Hagen Nudes 2.0 2:33
23 Dag Marius Hestvik* Dryke Poteter / Growing Potatoes 2:32
24 Lophopora Williamsis Sound Commercial For: Whatever, Wherever, For A Lot Of Money 3:39
25 Heavy Backstage Worship The Crucified Voice 1:44
26 Lasse Marhaug The Answer To Everything 1:49
27 Origami Replika New Conceptions Of Folk 1:13
28 OHM* Untitled Impro. 2:13

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A Norwegian release from 1999 of a CD and 63 page booklet that gives some insight into Nowegian sound art. The editors of the booklet say of the CD - " Contemporary visual artists are most heavily represented, closely followed by contemporary composers and musicians and with contrasting contributions from the Norwegian black metal scene and techno inspired music of the nineties".

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