The Flying Luttenbachers | Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder

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Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder

by The Flying Luttenbachers

crazed, manic, hyper complex brutal prog solo album by weasel walter. xenakis-punk for the 23rd century.
Genre: Rock: No Wave
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1. entropic field/total disorder/cellular chaos
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1:06 album only
2. kkringg beyond nggggg
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4:12 album only
3. kkringg number one
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4:30 album only
4. kkringg number two
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2:34 album only
5. thrumm'd HTE (for M)
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5:02 album only
6. thorned lattice
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7:38 album only
7. Rise of the Iridescent Behemoth
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20:14 album only
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Album Notes
Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder is the twelth full-length album by The Flying Luttenbachers. Since paring the ensemble down to a one-man unit in late 2002, notorious multi-instrumentalist and composer Weasel Walter reveals a completely unhindered vision of post-apocalyptic complexity that will stun all who hear it. Systems Emerge . . . is a dazzling display of violent conceptual virtuosity with ballast and guts to spare, every last detail conceived and executed by one man. The album careens wildly through a story line that begins after the end of the Earth. We hear the final implosion and annihilation of the giant robot (the band’s namesake), which leads into a state of cellular chaos as the resulting atoms eventually recombine and create a monstrous new life form: the massive living planetoid depicted visually on the back cover of the album and sonically during the ridiculously complex and intense 20 minute long track that concludes the album (“Rise of the Iridescent Behemoth”). The continuity behind this album began with 1996’s classic album “Revenge” and continues to develop with each new release.


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