Yert Al'en | The Seven Earthly Delights of Yert Al'en

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The Seven Earthly Delights of Yert Al'en

by Yert Al'en

historical recordings of time travelling funk progenitor and intergalactic mischief-maker, Yert Al'en.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Mademoiselle Palindrome
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2. Kingu
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3. Breakbeat Vortex Corresponding to the Third Chakra and for the P
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4. Genuflect
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5. Phantom Barathary Connectualism
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6. RealityBeauty
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7. The Last Moments
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excerpted from liner notes:

Yert Al’en first captured public attention in 1977 when he kidnapped music royalty heiress, Dolly Von Krieg. A 30 hour police standoff ended when Yert surrendered, claiming that he had been granted diplomatic immunity by the light beings of the constellation of Boötes. Yert and Dolly, whom Yert re-
christened Dali VonKrieg Pythagoras, were both hospitalized in the New York State Psychiatric Institute for several months before fleeing the country to the mountains of Budapest. It has been estimated that Yert Al’en recorded a staggering 32 albums in the following eleven years, before the murder of Dali VonKrieg Pythagoras and their daughter Orchidstra. Facts surrounding the gruesome incident and the subsequent disappearance of Yert Al’en remain unclear.


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