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Auricle AMCDR 100 51'03" CD-R £7.00 + p&p
2. I Can't Explain 0'57"
3. Oxygen 3'04"
4. Dream Sequence 1'08"
5. Fractal 2'01"
6. Yes, She Comes 2'53"
7. Psychotic Freeloader 11'02"
8. Voodoo 0'51"
9. Akustik Landschaft 2'08"
10. Deviant 1'35"
11. Squirm 4'54"
12. Concerto 14'51"
13. Murk 5'15"
material created spontaneously by Triax.
Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Knighton Fields Leicester, 12 February 2007.
Mix, collage and editing by Alan Freeman, 15-17 February 2007.
Alan Freeman: guitar, guitar-synth, digital synth, samples,
laptop computer, violin, bowed spring-board & acoustic CD, voodoo guitar.
Steve Freeman: bass, guitar, tapes, loops, turntable, prepared sounds,
analogue synths, acoustic CD, cymbal.
Dave Powell: hurdy-gurdy, flute, violin, voodoo guitar,
From the session that also resulted in the DVD release "Fractal". Four
of the six session pieces were filmed, two weren't. With the DVD those four
works are more-or-less intact. But here we have a very different approach.
For the 13th Triax release we opted for this simple title, with 13 tracks,
and a very different release overall to any Triax before it: more
fragmentation, vignettes, bizarre cyclical structures, darker too - and
perhaps scary! Definitive Triax, yet not - if you know what I mean! To this
date (January 2013) it remains one of my favourite Triax albums.
A Random Medley
First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/3/2007.
Second edition (quantity not specified) - released 10/5/2014.
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