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Dedicated To Luigi Russolo

by Moan / Genetic Transmission


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released September 19, 2017



1. MOAN - Men at Work (Ludzie Przy Pracy)
2. GENETIC TRANSMISSION - Przebudzenie Miasta (Risveglio Di Una Citta)

This album was previously released as a limited CDR on Die Schöne Blumen Musik Werk in 2004.

Reissued by Zoharum Records in 2017 in an ecopak, limited to 200 copies.

Track 1 is a sound installation (deliberately arranged to be played on "repeat" mode) prepared and played as the background to the "Men at Work" exhibition that took place in the City of Jaworzno Museum on 16.03.2004.

The first version of track 2 was recorded in 1999, but has never been release due to the lost master tape. The version presented here is a reconstruction; the remastered vision of the ideas accompanying recording of the original track.


A note from the label:

The fourth installment of the GT Archive Series is the split release by MOAN and GENETIC TRANSMISSION. Tomasz Twardawa and Rafał Sądej wanted to dedicate their music to Luigi Russolo, a composer who greatly influenced the creation of what we now call the urban music.
The album consists of two long compositions, one by each project, respectively MOAN (Men at Work) and GENETIC TRANSMISSION (Przebudzenie Miasta).
Although artists perform in their own completely different way, their music on this album sounds very consistent. It is worth mentioning that the first composition was a sound installation during the exhibition "People at Work" which took place at the Museum of the City of Jaworzno in 2004.
Originally, the material was released on CDR in 2004. Today, Rafał Sądej remastered his new CD version in 2017.



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