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Cock E.S.P. / Dental Work - Split 3-Inch CDR mp3

Cock E.S.P. / Dental Work - Split 3-Inch CDR mp3 Performer: Cock E.S.P. / Dental Work
Title: Split 3-Inch CDR
Style: Noise, Glitch, Musique Concrète
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 2011
Country: US
Label: Freenoise
Catalog number: FN15
Size MP3: 2747 mb
Size FLAC: 2114 mb
Rating: 4.9

Tracklist

1Cock E.S.P.Flapping Vagina 6130:43
2Cock E.S.P.Fanny Thrust 660:45
3Cock E.S.P.Junk Level 1231:17
4Dental WorkSurvival In West Oakland CA
Instruments, Computer [CPUNeuroNetProcessor], Effects [Delay giPedal], Noises [Contact highMics, acidHammer, snortBlow Up Dolls], Turntables, Tape [Broken VHSTapes] – Jay Paul Watson
10:20
5Cock E.S.P.Nut Glide 0043:03
6Cock E.S.P.Kundi Terrain 3010:40
7Cock E.S.P.Jizz & Jet 4020:30
8Cock E.S.P.Labial Yaw 18620:31
9Cock E.S.P.XXX Falldown 3520:43
10Cock E.S.P.Porn Loads 6031:03
11Cock E.S.P.Speedburn 35180:54

Credits

  • Artwork, Other [Graphic Design]Emil Hagstrom
  • Mixed ByCock E.S.P. (tracks: 1 to 10), Martin Thompson (tracks: 1 to 10)
  • PerformerEmil Hagstrom (tracks: 1 to 10), Jason Wade (tracks: 1 to 10), Matt Bacon (tracks: 1 to 10), Nicole Rode (tracks: 1 to 10)
  • Recorded ByMartin Thompson (tracks: 1 to 10)
  • Recorded By [Additional Material]Cock E.S.P. (tracks: 1 to 10)

Notes

Limited to 100, painted and housed in a plastic sleeve between two discs of paper.
Features samples of "black box" recordings salvaged from plane crashes.
Track 11 is a mix of two live shows done in Oakland, California.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Cyclops Studio
  • Recorded At – Mold Bath V
  • Recorded At – The Zoo
  • Recorded At – Lobot Gallery
  • Edited At – Danger Garden
  • Mixed At – Danger Garden

User reviews
JUST DO IT
The Cock rears it's plump yawning meatus once again and defies analysis by APPARENTLY caring even less than you do about the results..
..the Dental Work track makes this worth having, this, er, 3", it's a live-performance-recording of electroacoustic Glitch or Deconstructivist Musique where compositions arise phoenix-like from decomposing consumer playback equipment; the performer's agenda is to abruptly juxtapose the jarringly modern with mainstream appropriations in the delivery of satirical collage that functions both as an entertainment and a musicological polemic similar to the Noise-Core-Parody methodology.