Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters (4) ‎– Underrated Silence

Bureau B ‎– BB094LP
Vinyl, LP, Album
CD, Album


A1 The Messiah Is Falling 3:44
A2 Long Distance Call 2:53
A3 Forgotten 4:15
A4 Yesterday Didn't Exist 5:30
A5 Rosen Im Asphalt 5:35
B1 The Child Or The Pigeon 3:44
B2 Ekaterina 5:31
B3 Amoxicillin 4:20
B4 Gift Horse's Mouth 7:23
B5 Underrated Silence 6:52



Written, produced and recorded by Ulrich Schnauss and Mark Peters at home.
Thanks to emil for the title.

Fascism has opened up the depths of society for politics. Today, not only in peasant homes but also in
city skyscrapers, there lives alongside of the twentieth century the tenth or the thirteenth. A hundred million
people use electricity and still believe in the magic power of signs and exorcisms. The Pope of Rome broadcasts over
the radio about the miraculous transformation of water into wine. Movie stars go to mediums. Aviators who pilot
miraculous mechanisms created by man's genius wear amulets on their sweaters. What inexhaustible reserves they
possess of darkness, ignorance, and savagery! Despair has raised them to their feet fascism has given them a banner.
Everything that should have been eliminated from the national organism in the form of cultural excrement in the
course of the normal development of society has now come gushing out from the throat; capitalist society is puking
up the undigested barbarism. Such is the physiology of National Socialism.

Leon Trotsky, What Is National Socialism? (1933)

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March 26, 2014
edited over 7 years ago

Including the CD with the LP wasn't a great idea. The CD slipped out of its cover and marred side A with circular marks in multiple places during shipment, with audible results. Revenge of redbook digital audio! Next time, how about a download card with a FLAC or something? If I listened to 44.1KHz 16-bit PCM, I'd just buy the CD, not the analog LP.


November 6, 2013
The collaboration is an artist itself: Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters