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IRR.APP. (ext.) [aka MATT WALDRON] - Resurrection of the Senses [Expanded Edition]

Format: CD-R
Label & Cat.Number: Errata In Excelsis eie019
Release Year: 2015
Note: rare self-released CDR by the inimitable "advanced surrealistic experimental drone" project from the US, this is in fact an expanded and remixed version of the pic-12" that came out on Beta-lactam Ring Records in the "Records are not for baking" series in 2005; professionally duplicated CDR, full-colour printed artwork, lim. 200
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"An expanded, remixed and remastered edition of the 2004 EP, released on CDr in an edition of 200 copies.

Tracks 1-3 were originally released in 2005 on a picture disc EP in an (official) edition of 200 copies, each of which included a matted original drawing of a tardigrade in black ink on gold foil. These were made available as part of a subscription-only art edition of the album Perekluchenie. A small number of surplus copies were first packaged in a black cardstock sleeve with an original drawing in silver ink, and then with a pair of original drawings on blue + vellum or black + textured paper.

Tracks 1 & 2 were developed at the Felton Empire Studio in Felton, CA between 2001 and 2002 for a series of solo Butoh performances by Shinichi Momo Koga. I was rarely credited for this contribution, and the tracks were eventually dropped from the performance in favour of pre-existing popular songs anyway. Ive always been particularly pleased with the organic way that these compositions came together, so I was happy to give them a more secure home on this record.

Track 3 was recorded in 2004, also at the Felton Empire Studio. This was my first proper attempt at creating & arranging a completely straightforward musical composition, using only conventional instruments and structures.

Track 4 was created in September 2014 at Rock Creek Tributary, exclusively using modified extracts from track 3.

All tracks dismantled, scrubbed, remixed and remastered between July and September 2014 at Rock Creek Tributary, Hillsboro, OR.

Thanks to John & Greg Scharpen for their company on the trips to Cornwall and Wales, where some of the raw sources used in tracks 1 & 2 were recorded."