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Friday, 29 September 2017

MIXED BAND PHILANTHROPIST - THE IMPOSSIBLE HUMANE (SIREN RECORDS CD ALBUM 1999 / SELEKTION SLP007 VINYL LP 1987) (MP3 256)


DEDICADO AL AMIGO Y SEGUIDOR STAN HENS

El seguidor de este blog STAN HENS me ha pedido una serie de materiales que en lo sucesivo voy a compartir en éste, vuestro blog. Empezaremos con este proyecto llamado MIXED BAND PHILANTHROPIST, del que apenas tengo información, salvo los datos que aparecen en san Discogs en que informan de que sus fundadores fueron ALLAN ZANE, D. LUCAS, K. JAMESON, RICHARD RUPENUS, STAN REED. Pero ante la escasez informativa, me permito transcribir un texto que he encontrado por la red de redes y que da una explicación bastante amplia sobre el proyecto y sobre este trabajo en particular:

Recorded from 1984 to 1986, The Impossible Humane is the sole album from The New Blockaders side project Mixed Band Philanthropist. Originally released on the German Selektion label in 1987 and impossible to find nowadays, Staubgold makes this rare gem of industrial-goes-musique concrète available again in a strictly limited edition of 400 copies. Furthermore, the reissue contains two bonus tracks taken from the 7" single The Man Who Mistook a Real Woman for His Muse and Acted Accordingly. The album is assembled of exclusive source material by the who's-who of the industrial music scene of the time, including contributions from Nurse With Wound, Organum, Andrew Chalk, The New Blockaders, Etant Donnes, H.N.A.S., P16.D4, Asmus Tietchens, Controlled Bleeding, Smegma, Merzbow, and many more. "A classic chunk of destroyed concrète. Assembled from a variety of musical and spoken sources, this is a nonstop barrage of genius. Filled with headsnapping changes, sexual innuendo and general confusion, it's a totally great listening experience," said The Wire. Idwal Fisher wrote: "This car-crash tape collage still stands today as one of the best examples of the genre. Its perpetual barrage of split-second samples are a dizzying mess of '60s pop songs, scrapes, industrial whirr, uncategorizeable racket, ghostly voices, electronic beebles and burrs, sped-up records, tape whizz, machine rumble, snatches of reggae, bucket damage, kazoo farts, disco spots and about three-thousand or more (I'm guessing) other samples that really shouldn't work, but, by some sleight of hand or genius, actually do. On paper, snatches of steel bands shouldn't be found on the same side of tape as Geordie MCs, Michael Jackson, pneumatic drills, early Merzbow and '50s doo wop, but here they are and it works. Totally. Then comes the added bonus of being able to listen to this to the point of ad nauseam, mainly due to the fact that there are so few reference points that every listen brings something new."

Personalmente, me ha encantado este CD que procede del LP con el mismo nombre editado en 1987. Se trata de collages sonoros muy bien trabajados, sonido altamente industrial y energía e imaginación a raudales. Me ha hecho pasar un rato magnífico.

DISFRUTAD !!!!



Tracklist:

The Beginnings Of A Once Great Loneliness
Some Were Animated By Their Purest Motives
Confusion In The Mind Of The Otherwise Healthy Boy
The Industry Of Children & Machines
Horus Man (Enclaved By Wisdom)
The Impossible Humane


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