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Disharmonic Orchestra

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2.30 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Introphylaxe (1:31)
2. Inexorable Logic (3:17)
3. Life Disintergrating (2:22)
4. Sick Dishonourableness (4:51)
5. Successive Substitution (3:41)
6. Accelerated Evolution (2:40)
7. Psychoanalysis (2:31)
8. Quintessentially Unecessary Institution (3:29)
9. Hypophysis (4:03)
10. Disappeared With Hermaphrodite Choirs (2:25)
11. Disharmonisation (5:07)
12. The Unequalled Visual Response Mechanism (2:01)
13. Onset Of Serious Problems (2:16)
14. Dehumanoid (3:04)
15. Interposition (1:57)
16. Shredded Illusion (2:22)

Total Time 47:37


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Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Klopf / Guitars, Vocals
- Martin Messner / Drums
- Herwig Zamernik / Bass

Releases information

Released through Nuclear Blast in 1990.
Recorded & mixed at Dust Productions in Chenbach, Germany.
Lyrics by Patrick Klopf.
VINYL LP on "Black-VINYL + 1000 copys on "SPLATTER-VINYL"
Re-released in bare bones digipak form in 2000 with the Pungent Stench split
tracks a bonus.

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(50%)
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Review by UMUR
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2 stars "Expositionsprophylaxe" is the debut full-length studio album by Austrian death metal/ grindcore act Disharmonic Orchestra. Much like the two preceeding releases by the band, "Expositionsprophylaxe" features a pretty simple and at times noisy take on the genre. The avant garde tag that Disharmonic Orchestra earned with their 2nd full-length studio album "Not to be Undimensional Conscious (1992)", can´t be used to explain how "Expositionsprophylaxe" sounds. There are experimental parts on the album but the basic style is simple death metal/ grindcore. An example of the more experimental nature of the music can be heard in a track like "Disharmonisation". The music is overall a bit too primitive and generic and the weak production doesn´t help much either. The drums are way too high in the mix and have a funny sound while the guitar totally drowns.

I listened to "Expositionsprophylaxe" back in the early nineties. A friend of mine had the album on LP and he got me a cassette copy which I listened to on occasion. It never did much for me though and listening to "Expositionsprophylaxe" again after all these years doesn´t help much on my initial impression. A 2 star rating is warranted.

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