Mono (7) & World's End Girlfriend ‎– Palmless Prayer / Mass Murder Refrain

CD, Album


1 Untitled #1 12:15
2 Untitled #2 13:36
3 Untitled #3 17:03
4 Untitled #4 11:59
5 Untitled #5 19:13

Companies, etc.



Jewel case comes in cardboard slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 56605 31082 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 656605310824
  • Matrix / Runout: 0DHP6<7205>TRR108 WWW.BELLWETHERMFG.COM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L485
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 810H



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February 3, 2008
This album is probably the saddest thing I have EVER heard. By the time I get to the sequentially titled Trailer 3 (of a five part album), I'm almost shaking with grief, unable to comprehend how mere music can possess so much power of movement. I challenge anyone to sit through this marvel and rebut my pronouncement. Mono is a Japanese instrumental post-rock band, which appeared over and over on my charts throughout the years. With multiple releases on Temporary Residence Limited, Mono has developed their own staple sound as well as a group of loyal followers (including yours truly). On this collaboration they are joined by Katsuhiko Maeda, who releases under many names, most notable of them, World's End Girlfriend with excellent albums on Midi Creative / Noble. Maeda's sound is an unclassifiable potpourri of modern classical, experimental post-rock with a touch of electronic glitch, and he has also numerously appeared on my rotations. But on this album, Maeda leaves his micro processing behind to join Mono and create an acoustic requiem which grabs at your heart and does not let go until it squeezes every last tear. I have officially found music for my funeral. Yes, I want everyone to weep freely to this nonreligious, palmless prayer