Psychedelic Failure

by Combat Astronomy

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Warning: LOUD.

Harsh loop cutup psychedelic noise.

This was a very limited demo album back in the day... though some of the tracks (esp the title tracks) I think still stand up as noise classics.

Some of makes me think of stumbling into a peculiar alien tribal dance party on a mixture of unusual drugs, while other parts continue to have a weird heavy emotional weight for me even to this day.

Created with really very primitive early computer cut and paste and digital processing techniques on a Pentium 2 (all laboriously done by hand) - heavy metal and godzilla samples bludgeoned into service - and with a production approach that seems hell bent on making a CD sound like a broken record player. I don't think I was even playing guitar at that time.

Seemingly a thousand miles from the modern mature CA (with proper songs! talented musicians! and singing! and a decent studio!) the structural aspects to this material, and single minded introverted work process are quite similar though.

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released May 1, 1999

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