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MB / BAD SECTOR / SIGILLUM S - Endometrio / Endometrio De-Composto

Format: do-CD
Label & Cat.Number: Old Europa Cafe OECD 227
Release Year: 2016
Note: re-issue of one of the true masterpieces by M.B.(originally LP from 1982 = recycling of his own material which he called "bionic music") - especially we love the 2nd long track with piercing drones and strange harmonies underneath, one of our favourite MB tracks; as as bonus you get a CD with two AWESOME 2016 remixes by two other already "classic" Italian post industrial groups: BAD SECTOR and SIGILLUM S
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €17.00


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"Towards the end of 1982, I was living a moment of creative stagnation, and for avoid the risk of repeating myself with sterile modular secrations, I had an arterial idea: filering ancient recordings of mine through the aid of an Aiwa mucus echo machine, and so I set to process the sounds, transforming them into something completely new, so I coined the term bionic music, composed by concrete sounds recycled with electronic spraying
And as main theme I used the medical syncretism to ascertain the synthesis of physiological with unnatural.
Thus was born the experimental cavity of "ENDOMETRIO". - MAURIZIO BIANCHI

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After the re-mastered and De-Composed re-edition of S.F.A.G., OEC is proud to affer a new re-edition of another seminal and innovative album by the MB of the very first era.
This is one of the first chapters in the Industrial movment.
"Endometrio" was first released in 1982 by MB and is one of the first and seminal albums of the Industrial movment de-composed and self-released by Maurizio Bianchi.
This new re-edition was completely remastered and is offering a second CD with 2 re-mixes of the original tracks made by two primer Italian projects of the Industrial and Experimental-Ambient scene.
A milestone which can finally be heard with best sound standards but with the old spirit of his original roots.
And re-listen it in the "de-composed" versions by BAD SECTOR and SIGILLUM S, two primer projects of the Italian Industrial and Dark scene."


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