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PBK - A Noise Supreme, Early Solo Works 1986-89
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2006|CDr|X Died Enroute Y|xdey60
[Abstract, Noise]

Compiled and remastered in 2005/06 from cassette sources: Poetry And Motion (1986/87), Appeal (1988), A Noise Supreme (1989) and various compilations.
Edition of 100 hand-numbered copies in cardboard sleeve.

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PBK:

"On tour in 2004 I played a show in New Paltz, NY and Al Margolis showed up. One of Al's claims to fame is that he ran the legendary Sound Of Pig label in the 80's, probably the major showcase for cassette underground music during that time. I had my share of tapes released on Sound Of Pig and one of them was called "Poetry And Motion" from 1987, which featured some of my earliest soundworks. Al brought along a few copies of that tape to the show and somehow Adam Mokan, who was on tour with us, got ahold of one of these.

Apparently Mokan shared "Poetry And Motion" with Steev Thompson (aka Roxanne Jean Polise & Warmth) who was running the XDEY label. Steev really liked the tape and asked me if he could re-release it as a limited edition cd-r. I agreed on condition that I could re-configure the track list and remaster the compositions, so this project turned into "A Noise Supreme". (title borrowed from my 1989 tape release)

The earliest tracks here are the ones that use drum machine rhythms, 'Big Thumb' and 'Tribality', these are some of the very first things I recorded in 1986, experimenting and sorting out what direction I wanted to go in. It wasn't long before I stopped using the drum machine. This compilation definitely touches on all aspects of my early work, from the slow evolving drone masses of 'Appeal' and 'Underground', to the more cosmic fluxing textures of 'Fata Morgana', to the breakthrough tracks, 'Receiver' and 'A Noise Supreme', both from 1989, which point towards the noise-isolationist style of composing revealed on my first cd release, "Macrophage/The Toil And The Reap"(ND Records, 1992).

Many thanks to Steev Thompson for the excellent cover graphic which I've kept from the limited edition release. (original release on cd-r in an edition of 100 numbered copies)"
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