He he, I gladly accept full responsibility for encouraging this particular KrafTsMaN to delight us with the full X-factor mix of FuKuS. This is indeed one of those active 'drones' with an isotopical half-life that extends way beyond imagination of the way we create disequilibrium on our lovely little, suffering planet. Technology may well be seen as progress, but what of direction. Even seemingly controllable, and relatively harmless incursions into experimenting (if not down-right interference) with the structures and systems of nature, have a tendency to bite back. And this commentary is merely on the atomic level. Getting into 'higher' levels of responsibility would take me far off course, and this is not the place for such a polemical rant! Enough said, this particular expression does not involve the incitement of a riot and the burning is not restricted to a 'book', it could however, and maybe the user manuals would be hard to find now, but the resilience and fortitude of the Japanese to survive yet another nuclear disaster should be a model for us all in surviving this imbalanced planet and the copious amounts of surface-dwellers. How long before we drive ourselves underground into some Dante-esque sub-existence?
With some thought a sense of perspective may be gained. In this long-form, may we be reminded that we are in it for the long-haul, unless we are really foolish and unlucky. It is a situation that is hard to imagine perhaps, though I feel the dynamic is captured excellently well here. The world may seem a little different after such considerations, after all how much fun and excitement is there to look forward to, dressed in a radioactive suit? Think hard, and listen long. Perhaps something SHOULD have changed over the last thirty years, and more?
Very aqueously organic in the best shade of tangerine-blue-green opaqueness. Increasing pressure in the oceanic trench betwixt the hemispheres, this necessary bathysphere of existence, with or without that ability to tune into ecstatic universal harmoniousness, is essential listening for any intrepid explorer. This one really plumbs the depths superbly well.
Quite a few of my favourite artists here in this awesome compilation. Profoundly relaxing, connecting perfectly, like some supra-conscious molecular agreement to fit the key and turn off the incessant drone in the background hiss of the universe. Thanks for the temporary lull in this everlasting war of spiritual attrition.