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    CopernicusDisappearance

    Label:Nevermore Inc. – NCD 2091
    Format:
    CD, Album, Digipak
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Jazz, Rock, Non-Music
    Style:Free Jazz, Abstract, Free Improvisation, Experimental, Spoken Word

    Tracklist

    112 Subatomic Particles9:52
    2The Quark Gluon Plasma7:42
    3The Blind Zombies8:54
    4Humanity Created The Illusion Of Itself.7:09
    5Atomic New Orleans5:30
    6Poor Homo Sapiens13:57
    7Revolution !!21:05
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    Credits

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    Recorded November 2, 2008 at Water Music Studios, Hoboken, NJ.
    This album is dedicated to Jim No Coats.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 7 23616 20912
    • Matrix / Runout: MTD7098 DISK MAKERS
    • Rights Society: ASCAP

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Disappearance (CD, Album, Promo)Nevermore Inc.NCD 2091US2009

    Reviews

    pastysurprise's avatar
    pastysurprise
    Edited 12 years ago
    Copernicus is the free voice of scientific contemplation in rock music. On this CD he works with a great lineup of session musicians capable of flexing from rock improvisation to New Orleans styles. Mike Fazio is on electric guitar. There's a roster of titles aimed to provoke any listener's sense of comfort, given the wrenching lyrical deliveries. At times, Copernicus is like a much better crafted William Shatner singing, but usually, his introspection into the realities of quark level physics is a visceral, mad parody of science brought to the level of a street philosopher. This is music with an incredibly dramatic New York free expression that builds and builds. Each piece repeats it's theme relentlessly, allowing a lot of room for thought and pleasure, while the band accompanies with impressive riffs. The juxtaposition of hard science physics-speak with rock music is incredible. It's a contrast that one rarely can experience anywhere else. The tracks are long, ranging from an average eight minutes, to over 21 minutes for the final Revolution!! jam. This CD is good news in case you haven't heard anything recently from Copernicus. Powerfully built songs and a great band make this late season 2008 CD one to definitely seek out.