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Auricle AMCDR 081 7.00
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duration: 40'25"+

1. A Faustian Farmyard 13'00"
2. A Marvellous Metal March 7'00"
Brainhead 20'25"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio: track 1 (23 August 2000), track 2 (29 November 2000), track 3 (9 February 2000).
Mixed by Jim Tetlow at Tachyon Studio 2001-2002)

Quite obviously a dedication to the spirit of the most out-there Krautrock and the German industrial underground. Faust - most obviously. Jim did a wonderful psychedelic "fried" mix on "A Faustian Farmyard" itself, which as much reminds me of Volcano The Bear meeting Nurse With Wound at a Monty Python convention!? "A Marvellous Metal March" may be a Faust like title, but it is and isn't Faust-like, it's... And then there's "Brainhead" full of fried crackle, looming tension and an awesome crescendo. So, this is not at all a typical Endgame record. Warning: All anomalous noises on this record are purely intentional!

CD-R - released 8/2006.
Bandcamp download - released 16/8/2014.
Routenote distributed download - released 4/4/2019.

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This is a CD+ containing a bonus remix single in full resolution mp3 format!
Also included is a Tachyon studio gallery and other titbits...

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