CD-R Auricle AMCDR 187 £7.00
Psilocybin Software 20'05"
2. Visionquake 18'58"
3. I Chew In The Hopper 17'51"
improvisations by Endgame.
Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Leicester by Jim Tetlow.
Track 1 from session LXXXI - 17 May 2001 - edit A2 .
Track 2 from session LXXXVI - 1 August 2001 - edit B2.
Track 3 from session IC - 2 January 2002 - edit B1.
Premix 4 to 2 track by Jim Tetlow.
Digital transfer and edit by Alan Freeman 2012.
Cover design by Alan Freeman.
1: A2 LXXXI (17/05/01) unique, deep atmos with echoes & synth
2: B2 LXXXVI (01/08/01) last track
off Bioplasm session
3: B1 IC (02/01/02) from the same
session as All The Latest Gadgets And
Appliances Unite... as remixed on
Alles Über Schizophrene?
Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, cut-ups, springs,
Steve Freeman: synths, guitar, bass, voice, tapes, turntable,
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, guitar, voice, percussion, loops,
A selection of more serious major works from the
"Alles Über Schizophrene?" era of Endgame sessions, all originally
noted as: possible 2CD piece? - i.e. what might have been the sequel to
Khimaira, if we'd had the money to invest in a 2CD set! Instead these choice
pieces waited on the back-burner for a decade, almost forgotten until now. As
such, the disc opens quite oddly with "Psilocybin Software" which
soon changes focus to become a curiously cosmic opener with strange
diversions. Next up is "Visionquake" a deep subterranean excursion
that's probably the closest we ever got to Interstellar Cementmixers? Finally
we have the weird kind of almost "classical" contemporary
avant-garde that is the bizarrely titled "I Chew In The Hopper".
CD-R - released 23/3//2012.
CD-R second edition - released 2/2/2014.
Bandcamp download - released 19/9/2014.
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