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John Zorn



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5 stars .....

John Zorn's homage to postmodern writers William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin.

The Good: Bombastic acid drenched, wire wool intro. Morrocan marketplace. The filthiest bassline of all time. Psycho squared. Den of the lotus eaters. Spontaneous deluge. The mouse that missed his bus. Home and dry. The walls are closing in. Mingus breakdown. Toxic wasteland. The hour is nigh. Massacre. Revenge of the Archaeopteryx. Not in my house. Carlos joins the party. The clock shop. Anyone at home? O'o reprise (the joyful one). March of the gargoyles. Code: Red, Sector: Z for Zoetic haybales. O'o reprise (the sombre one). Something watery this way comes. Dude! We just finished Blood of the Snake. Ruckus with Passion. Interstellar conversation. Wolfman brushes his teeth. The Beast approaches. Thelonious the puppet master. The Mystic Circus of Meg. Latin corkscrew.

The Bad: The bit where the telephone gets unplugged. That hurt my ears.

The Verdict: Infinite dream and infinite nightmares. Perhaps, the ultimate trip.

Starhammer | 5/5 |


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