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Auricle AMCDR 069 73'50" CD-R 7.00 + p&p

1. Like Swamps & Gas, But There's No Reason 17'05"
2. The Number Of The Beast, Encounter #2 7'06"
3. Please, Can I Have A New Fist? 13'10"
4. Politely Doing The Transylvanian "Excuse Me" 8'45"
5. The Number Of The Beast, Encounter #1 7'06"
6. Beware Of The Scorpion, You Don't Know What He'll Do 8'45"
7. Attempting The Reverse Sidestep Polka 11'37"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio 29 August 2005.
Transfer, remix and editing by Alan 30 August 2005.

Alan Freeman: guitar, synths, voice, cymbal, laptop computer (drum/groove loops).
Steve Freeman: bass guitar, synths, loops, samples, turntable, cymbal, voice.
Jim Tetlow: loops, guitar, voice, pre-recorded percussion tracks.
Dave Powell: hurdy gurdy, effects.

With some wicked percussive drives becoming a key focus to the Extremities sound, be prepared for some surprising new twists in a further gelling of the sound. Almost avant Krautrock, with hints of Faust, Neu! and Can in the mix, but nothing that you could whistle or dance to! The hurdy-gurdy looms and shudders more in this one, whilst everything else threatens to explode!

on YouTube...
Please, Can I Have A New Fist?

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/?/2005.
Second edition (quantity not specified) - released 15/1/2016.

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