City Paranoid | A Means to No End

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A Means to No End

by City Paranoid

A sonic portrait depicting the dark side of London life. Field recordings, electronics, electro-acoustics, vocals.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Art
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1. The Problem Being
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2. Celebrity Streetwalker
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3. Lost in the Smoke
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4. Cannute
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5. Suburban Turnings
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6. Back to the 80's
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7. Someone You Know
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8. Obscurity
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9. A Final Night in the Shade
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10. Bad Friday
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11. In Advance of Her
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Album Notes
'A means to no end' is the third solo release from London, UK-based Paranoid Foundation frontman Crispin Lee.

Reviving his City Paranoid project - last witnessed on 2004's foreboding 'Dream's Edge' project, Lee shows signs of real growth and development delivering an excellent work of contemporary sonic art.

Largely based around field recordings with layers of electronics, electro-acoustic improvisations and spoken word, these eleven tracks produce a highly visual and immersive work.

A successful collage of the dark side of London life filtered through the eyes and ears of a detached observer.


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