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New Maps Of Hell - Paul Schutze

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    The first thing Paul Schütze's music tells you is that Hell has no fixed coordinates. Outwardly its audible signs are familiar enough to anyone living in Anytown (above a certain size), anywhere in the world. The smudged palette of noises merges the hubbub of the crowd, construction - site clamour and the rising and receding hum of traffic with the musics of the modern Balkanised city's myriad religious rituals and entertainments.
    Track Listings:
    1. The Eraser 2:31
    2. Topology Of A Phantom City 16:31
    3. The Velvet Horizon 6:13
    4. Eating The First Map 2:13
    5. Sacred Agents 7:14
    6. Doubts About Waking 4:48
    7. The Mutant Beautific 3:37
    8. A Soul Reports 9:36
    Total Time: 52:42
    Artist Name(s):
    Paul Schutze, Bill McDonald, Peter Jones, Gareth Vanderhope, François Tétaz, Mark Stafford, Peter Neville, Simone De Haan
    Producer(s):
    Paul Schutze
    Release Year: 1992
    Style:
    Ambient, Experimental, Industrial
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, Digital / Download
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Anne-Louise Falson, Paul Schütze
    Studio Name:
    Absolute Studios, ABC Studio 325.
    Mastering: Denis Blackham at Porky's
    Engineer(s): Garry Havrillay, Paul Schütze
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Extreme
    Catalog Number(s):
    XCD 015
    Location:
    London, UK
    Reviews
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. 1992 - CD XCD 015 - Extreme, Australia & USA
    2. 1996 - CD ABB104CD - Big Cat, UK
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Jack Hertz

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Paul Schutze is one of my favorite soundscape artists. Still somewhat ahead of his time, his work fuses fourth world, electronic  and other dark electronic styles into a sound all his own. This album is wonderfully dynamic with slick percussion and deep dives into sonic neither worlds that are rewarded with repeated listens.

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