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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:04
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:


I have been meaning to buy "Ejaculation Generater"


Does it come with free tissues?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:13
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:

Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:


I have been meaning to buy "Ejaculation Generater"


Does it come with free tissues?



I have heard rumored the booklet comes with extensive tear out tissue pages Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:16

That's a relief!


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:20
Yu, are you familiar with this psych monster?

THE BRAEN'S MACHINE



A mysterious studio group, whose albums for the Liuto label, founded by composer Piero Umiliani, are incredibly sought-after and reach high prices.
The style is not far from other ghost-groups of the same period, instrumental music that could be used as a film soundtrack, with fuzz guitar and keyboards to the fore, and probably more psych-oriented than others. 
It's certain that behind the name Braen's Machine hid Umiliani himself and Alessandro Alessandroni, as they appeared with their nicknames Braen and Gisteri as the album tracks composers. The name Braen also appears as composer in the two Pawnshop singles.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:24
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:


Yu, are you familiar with this psych monster?


No, but I wish to be! What a cover! Looks like it has just eaten Motorhead and Monster Magnet Shreddies and washed them down with a pint of vodka

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:26
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:

Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:


Yu, are you familiar with this psych monster?


No, but I wish to be! What a cover! Looks like it has just eaten Motorhead and Monster Magnet Shreddies and washed them down with a pint of vodka



... hmm I'm mean I think there might be some samples out there somewhere Embarrassed


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 17:27
Ahem....



    

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 20:35
Anyone familiar with this one, was looking around for the French styled Zeuhl band. This one seems to have folk elements. I have not found much information on the band but so far they look promising.

ELOHIM - ZEUHL PSYCH FOLK

A' L'AUBE DU VERSEAU





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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 20:38
That's weird, I was sure this is symphonic in style...
It is on my wish list in Syn-Phonic.

There is another band called Elohim (which means God in Hebrew) that released an album called Mana Perdu which is said by Greg Walker to be similar in style to Ange.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 20:45
It could well be the Symphonic Style band. That description came from somebody selling the item on ebay. They tend to be very loose with their genre tagging in such sites. It did get my hopes up when I saw Zeuhl and psych in the same sentence.

I was actually listening to Ange's 2nd album this morning I think it is quite good. Another continuum of my liking for the French side of Symphonic.

Also good news for the Zeuhl side of addition, I'm currently compiling information together for Christian Vander's off shoot Offering. I said I was going to add them a while ago, but I am finally getting around to it. Better late than never.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:14
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:


I was actually listening to Ange's 2nd album this morning I think it is quite good.


It's a masterpiece!

http://ec3.images-amazon.com/images/P/B0000084G8.01._AA240_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:18
Well then, if we are liking Ange, might I suggest a new band called Maldoror which released in 2004 (is I am correct) a brilliant album called L'Arbre Cimetiere which takes its influences from Rimbaud and Isidore Ducasse (aka Lautréamont who wrote Les Chants de Maldoror).

http://www.maldoror-web.com/enter.php


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:20
Yu, I remember at one point in this thread, many, many pages back you wrote you a list of Zeuhl bands we had discussed. I was wondering whether you had that close by somewhere? 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:23
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:

Well then, if we are liking Ange, might I suggest a new band called Maldoror which released in 2004 (is I am correct) a brilliant album called L'Arbre Cimetiere which takes its influences from Rimbaud and Isidore Ducasse (aka Lautréamont who wrote Les Chants de Maldoror).

http://www.maldoror-web.com/enter.php




Assaf, I cannot remember if I ever thanked you for getting me into this band, so I wish the thanks now.
Some wise words have been spoken, their album is quite astounding Clap
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:26

avers, I love the dark and forboding atmosphere that the French are masters of. If anyone needs convincing just stick on that with Arachnoid, Shylock's Ille de Fievre, and Gainsbourg's Melody Nelson!

Malodor sound like my cuppa. Thanks for the tip!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:27

Haven't got it saved on the computer Blackie so you might have to do a bit of digging


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:32
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:


Magma
Vortex
Pataphonie
Archaia
Eider Stellaire
Dun
Koenji Hyakkei
Shub Niggurath
Weidorje
Ruins
Pseu
Eskaton
Runaway Totem
Guapo
Universal Totem Orchestra
Zao
Happy Family
Patrick Gauthier
Bondage Fruit
Yog Sothoth
Kultivator
Evohe
Univers Zero
Art Zoyd
Heldon
Lacrymosa
Metabolist
Strawberry Song Orchestra
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
Uppsala
Olive Mess
St. Erhart
Hiatus
Bedjabetch
Verto
Noa
Honeyelk
Xaal
Ex Vitae
Resonance II
Hellebore
Cortex
Anaid
Yoch'ko Seffer
Troll
Musique Noise
Jacques Thollot
Tipographica
Abus Dangereux
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit

Potemkine
Rahmann
Epos
Mosaic
Simon Steenland
Ensemble Nimbus

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2006 at 23:38
Thanks for that Yu! Hopefully with working through some of the bands on the list we can get a very extensive Zeuhl listing for the site. Also further my aventures into the genre Big smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 11:04
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:


Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:




Magma - on PA
Vortex - On voting list and awaiting more votes (Adam and I are for it and I have started preparing the addition)
Pataphonie - On the voting list (same as Vortex)
Archaia - On PA
Eider Stellaire - I added them
Dun - On PA
Koenji Hyakkei - On PA
Shub Niggurath - On PA
Weidorje - On PA
Ruins - On PA
Pseu - On PA
Eskaton - On PA
Runaway Totem - On PA
Guapo - On PA
Universal Totem Orchestra - On PA
Zao - On PA
Happy Family - On PA
Patrick Gauthier - Should be added to our list
Bondage Fruit - On PA
Yog Sothoth - Should be added to our list
Kultivator - On PA
Evohe - Should be added to our list, but will be impossible to vote due to lack of source to listen to it
Univers Zero - On PA
Art Zoyd - On PA
Heldon - On PA
Lacrymosa -
Metabolist -
Strawberry Song Orchestra - Should be added to list
Cicala Mvta - Should be added to list
Triple Zero - Should be added to list
Uppsala - On PA
Olive Mess - On PA
St. Erhart - Should be added to list
Hiatus - Should be added to list
Bedjabetch - Should be added to list
Verto - The Same as Vortex
Noa - Should be added to list
Honeyelk - On PA
Xaal - On PA
Ex Vitae - Should be added to list
Resonance II - Should be added to list
Hellebore - On PA
Cortex - Should be added to list
Anaid - Should be added to list
Yoch'ko Seffer - On our list
Troll - Should be added to list
Musique Noise - Should be added to list
Jacques Thollot - Should be added to list
Tipographica - On PA
Abus Dangereux - On our list
Altais - Should be added to list
Serge Bringolf - Should be added to list
Couer Magique - Should be added to list
Cruciferius - Should be added to list
The Zorgones - Should be added to list
Nyl - Should be added to list, but not ours
Paga - Should be added to list
Perception - Should be added to list
Jean-Paul Prat - Should be added to list
Speed Limit - Should be added to list, this is supposed to be a supergroup, no? but more avant than Zeuhl.


Potemkine - On PA
Rahmann - Should be added to list
Epos - Should be added to list
Mosaic - On our list
Simon Steenland - Should be added to list
Ensemble Nimbus - On PA


    
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 15:26
^^^^ Assaf, If you want I can add all those bands to the progtology site (when I get time). This is the kind of thing I was hoping when I asked to the list. I'm happy to see another person quite enthusiastic about this.

Just one thing I noticed Rahmann is actually on the Archives but under Jazz-rock fusion (was looking for them yesterday). To me it is instrumental Zeuhl. What are other peoples thoughts on this?
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