JOHN OSWALD (Plunderphonics) returns with two fourteen-minute-plus tracks of sliced and diced audio assemblage. "Highly recommended. Imagine playing 'name that tune' at 5 times the speed of your ears' ability to recognize familiar sounds. This composition, made up entirely of pop music samples, deserves five stars because of it's meticulous organization of disparate and familiar sounds into an exciting new composition, one that stands on it's own whether or not the listener is familiar with each artist being 'plundered.' The piece never descends into disorganized noise, each sound is clearly placed where the composer intended. This is the mailbomb you want to send to pop culture."-xmw This ... belongs in every home, and I'm not kidding. One of the most incredible listening experiences to be had anywhere. This kind of collage is of course easy to do if you have the right equipment, but to get a result such as what can be heard here requires an extremely acute musical sensitivity. This is beautiful, exciting, rewarding, exhilarating, mind-blowing, rejuvenating MUSIC. The tremendous force behind it will open up new perceptual horizons, causing you to rethink (no less) the way you listen to music. Absolutely Essential. - Amazon reviews.
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