Fire! With Oren Ambarchi ‎– In The Mouth - A Hand

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Rune Grammofon ‎– RLP3130
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A A Man Who Might Have Been Screaming
B And The Stories Will Flood Your Satisfaction (With Terror)
C He Wants To Sleep In A Dream (He Keeps In His Head)
D Possibly She Was One, Or Had Been One Before (Brew Dog)

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Black vinyl edition.
The track on side D is a 23-minute track not available on the CD edition.

Recorded October 28th 2011 at Eastcote Studios, London.
Mixed November 31st [sic] and December 1st 2011 at Chinatown, Melbourne.
Mastered December 21st 2011 at Deluxe Mastering, Melbourne.

℗ + © 2012 Rune Grammofon

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 033660 031308
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BC72183-01 A1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BC72183-01 B1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BC72183-02 C1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BC72183-02 D1 HL

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RCD2130 Fire! With Oren Ambarchi Fire! With Oren Ambarchi - In The Mouth - A Hand(CD, Album) Rune Grammofon RCD2130 Norway 2012 Sell This Version
RLP3130 Fire! with Oren Ambarchi Fire! with Oren Ambarchi - In The Mouth - A Hand(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Rune Grammofon RLP3130 Norway 2012 Sell This Version

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April 18, 2013
Oren Ambarchi saddles up with Fire! - the incendiary improvised psych-jazz outfit of Mats Gustafsson, Johan Berthling and Andreas Werliin - on a scorching session recorded late 2011 in London. Like their previous LP 'In The Mouth', they make a virtue of integrating fresh blood into their complex, attuned system, with Ambarchi and Gustafsson alternately projecting visions of elemental, abstract, distorted guitar sculpture and cosmic wind, rhodes, organ and electronics, respectively, on top of a swingeing, hypnotic rhythm section. Ambarchi's on stunning form, wielding sky-collapsing swipes of intense and delirious guitar noise like a man possessed on 'A Man Who Might Have Been Screaming', while Gustafsson bides his time to interject, dominating the first half of the 27-minute 'And The Stories Will Flood Your Satisfaction (With Terror)' with a caterwauling vortex of tenor sax, subsiding to mind-bending drones and Ambarchi's virtuosic dexterity, or meditating on looming, dissonant drone and amp worship on the finely reduced killer closing statement 'I Am Sucking For A Bruise'. Highly recommended.