Friday, April 4, 2008

DISQUE 9 - "Des Uncurables"

DISQUE 9 - "Des Uncurables" (1997)

This is a really awesome and different album! Its not techno at all, but it was all made using a sampler. It is really experimental and unique and very very odd. It's right up my alley, but it's definitely not for everyone...

I picked this up at Egg City Radio, and since they did a good job explaining it (and because I'm feeling lazy), I'm going to let them do it for me:

This is one of those discs that I’m not surprised slipped through the cracks after it came out ten years ago. According to one review from a very un-updated music site called, the thing is a one-man effort from someone called Keith Fancy:

“Disque 9 sounds something like listening to two movies on cable while a radio is playing in the background and the refrigerator is on the blink. These are not songs in the traditional sense of the word. Mr. Fancy jumbles, distorts, and disassembles pieces of music in such a way that there really aren’t discipherable melodies or words. Instead, these songs are like fragments and snippets of songs all tied together in a most confusing manner. In the end, however, this obtuse little collection of ‘tunes’ doesn’t really sound like anything else I’ve heard of late…and for that alone, this gets high marks in the ‘land of the baby.’ Eerie and dream-like. Neat.”

1. The Collapse/Arrival
2. The TransportArrival
3. The Seduction
4. The Vision/The Gift/The Question
5. The Coveting
6. The Hallucination/The Corruption/The Betrayal
7. The Vision Prepares Its Revenge
8. The Intermission
9. The Dread & The Counting
10. The Duel/The Vision Is Undone By Its Own Gift/The Curse
11. The Gift Lost/The Death/The Ascension
12. The Curtain Call/The Laughter In The Wings
13. The Last Person Exiting Turns

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