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Studio Album, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ixaxaar (5.07)
2. Primordial Atom (25.23)
3. Protoplasmic Reversion (5.53)
4. The Daathian Doorway (6.28)
5. The Fourth And Final Key (11.03)

Produced at the Anterior Digital Research Station, November 1990.


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Line-up / Musicians

- B. Lustmord / composer, electronics, producer

Releases information

Side Effects dfx 14 (1992)

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3 stars The opener 'Ixaxaar' has a sample from the 50's 'B' movie 'Night Of The Demon' which repeats continuously every six seconds for the entire five minutes of the track which gets a bit annoying even though it's hidden below blankets of dark ambience. Track two - 'Primordial Atom' is a sprawl ... (read more)

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