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Although this release is no longer
available, it is possible that copies
may turn up. i.e. rediscovered stock,
promos or second-hand. If so,
it will be listed on Discogs, or in the
UT catalogue, or on the news page.

As of 10/10/2018 we have 2 last
copies for sale via Discogs, the
last new copy & an ex-display copy


Auricle AMCDR 050 66'49" CDR DELETED

1. In Disfigured Grace 17'03"
2. Slithy Groves 22'21"
3. The Organism Consumes Itself 27'17"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio (22 November 2000). Original mix by Jim Tetlow,
with mastering by Alan Freeman at Tachyon Studio (4-5 August 2004).

Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, gadgets.
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, guitar, voice, loops, tapes.
Steve Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, turntable.

In Disfigured Grace: Opens with weird squawks and mutations that flux and ionise, to give way to a vast, swelling, apocalyptic tumult, dense Xenakis like tonalities, with an overdose of echo and reverb effects. Slithy Groves: Opens with processed voice, a Dadaist dismemberment of Lewis Carroll, into Ligeti-esque vocals, into outer-space abstract Hawkwind cum Pink Floyd mutating into early Kluster and grungy guitars. The Organism Consumes Itself: Opens as a serene gliss of intermodulations, into mire of folding and crunching sounds, out of which a huge chorale aum's and ahh's, decaying into an icy tundra populated by swirling decaying symphonic strings and rasping electronic tonalities, vaguely evoking early electronic Stockhausen.

on YouTube...
The Organism Consumes Itself

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/9/2004.

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