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BAD SECTOR - Storage Disk 2

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Waystyx Records WR43
Release Year: 2008
Note: second part of this collection of re-mastered old & rare tracks, e.g. from the ultra-rare "From Planar Energy" pic 7", plus 4 previously unreleased pieces; special cover, inlay, lim. 500
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00

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Zweiter Teil der Anthologie mit raren Tracks vom italienischen Kult-Projekt, die beweisen dass Massimo Magrini auch auf Compilations und "kleinen" Releases nur hochwertiges verffentlicht hat; inklusive 4 unverffentlichen Stcke von 2002, und wieder im besonderen WAYSTYX-Design!

"2nd part of rare tracks anthology. Contains material from: "Planar Energy" picture 7" (Smallvoices), "Scrignum Vitae" box with CD and objects (Old Europa Cafe), "Ten Years Of Madness" 2 CD (Achtung Baby!), "Land:[Schaft]" 2x10" (Cold Lands), "Hover" CDr (Bastet Rec.), "L'Ame Electrique Presents Old Europa Cafe" (Ame Electrique) + 4 previously unreleased tracks recorded in 2002." [Zhelezobeton]

"...The Waystyx label focuses on Industrial based music, drones and field recordings. Behind the Bad Sector-project you find the Tuscanny-born artist Massimo Maggrini who has been active under the Bad Sector flag since 1994 with the debut cassette release "Ze" on the Slaughter Productions label followed by the CD-release "Ampos" on Dutch label God Factory in 1995. Since then it has resulted in an extensive number of releases on various labels with quite a few on the Waystyx label. Present album titled "Storage disk 2" is a compilation of later materials of Bad Sector from the period 2002-2005. The overall expression is quite dramatic combining industrial sound spheres with more downbeat ambient. Despite the downbeat expression approaching the tranquilizing sound of melancholic ambient, there are masses of industrial elements combined with interesting noisy and state of the art electronics added elements of manipulated guitars and processed human voices. The music of Bad Sector is intense and very atmospheric. Thus a pleasant overview of earlier materials from a talented Italian artist calling himself Bad Sector. Intense!" [NM, Vital Weekly]