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Performer: 45 Self
Title: Aztec Gameshow Death Ritual
Country: US
Genre: Electronic
Style:Experimental, Electro, Leftfield
Released: 2001
Label: Sirius Death Ritual Records
MP3 album szie: 1909 mb
FLAC album size: 2048 mb

Tracklist

1 Dance Of The Kachina Cult
2 Illumivoid
3 Behind The Veil
4 Umbrasperm
5 Spark Web Galaxies
6 Aztec Gameshow Death Ritual
7 Vapor Anatomy
8 PUVVTT
9 Hellhound (Chase Into Space)
Bass – John York Guitar – Doug Marcis
10 A Snake From It's Hiss
11 Infrared African Plains
12 Opium Jones
13 The Bondage Chamber
14 Flutter
15 Vapour Anatomy (Remix)

Credits

  • EngineerC. Baker
  • Mixed By [Additional Mixing]Ian League
  • PerformerMatt Nemovanta, Mike Sullivan

Notes

Released in a yellow clamshell case.

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Sirius Death Ritual Records
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Reviews: (1)
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I find it hard to get the proper words for this as the more I listen to it the more I like it. There is a wide variety of sounds and a strong concept behind which provides an ongoing steady flow and makes it easy to concentrate on nearly anything besides questioning the soundtrack-ish qualities of this one.

Packed in a shell case the design leaves one with only a few hints but the song titles. A glimpse at the site reveals an duo standing up for this - as in most cases where fine electronic based music is produced; Matt Nevomanta (Livedrums,percussion,bells,beats,loops, Moog,analog synths,sound effects,guitars,bass,voices, piano,and samples) and Mike Sullivan (Analog synths,Theremin,sound effects,Moog, Airwave,samples,bells,percussion,and voices).

A sparse, relaxed atmosphere opens this Album. Real Drums merge with Synthesizers, a W.S. Burroughs quote gets thrown in, analog Sounds and an old drum machine jump into action and an interesting soundwall evolves, but not in a distracting sense.
The album proceeds in a slightly morbid mood - not really unexpected with a title like that - and offers a well crafted variety settled somewhere between the joyful use of any available sound source (as maybe the Severed Heads did) and an overall distant attitude (not unlike early Factory bands like ACR or Section 25).
What I especially like is the way they use voices as integral parts of the pieces, they are never placed in the foreground but work as subliminal addition.

Atzec Gameshow Death Ritual is an original piece of work I'd like to recommend fullheartly.

[Reviewed for The Brain in 2002]