originally released by Divided in 1992, then on lp by Three Poplars in 2003. the original cd had a pressing plant error, so this is the remastered version for the lp release.
Purge was a track recorded around the same time for the "The Arbitrary Nature of Meaning" compilation released by Isomorphic Records in 1994.
thanks to everyone from the original releases, Mohammed Abed, Ken Hoenigmann, Christoph Heemann, Andrew Chalk, and Jochen Schwarz.
With the entanglement and interaction of noise and musical tone, we seem to have traveled through the jungle infested by ghosts, and witnessed a new universe being reborn in this strange chaos and harmony. Through this recording, Jim O’Rourke reconstructed the order of sound in a sense. alain.proust
To me, this album sounds like a dying planet that was once full of life, but is now mostly desert with a few pockets of water. This music creates such specific pictures like that, and that's why I enjoy it so much. ggrimes65