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EP comes with an additional 8-page PDF, featuring photos, the tracklist, credits, and a foreword. [FREE DOWNLOAD; “name your price” just leaves you the option to put a buck in the thank-you box and help easing mastering expenses]
Belike the final attempt in diluting the Xmosis message as originally recorded 15 years ago by who later became the founder of AOsmosis Records.
6 tracks by Weltraumbruder, Tobias Schmitt, Nobile, Sam Hatzaras, Philipp Bückle, and á – kindly reassembling Machinefabriek’s 2012-remix of Appartment22’s «Tante Erika» (aunt Erika) – the duo’s festive 2005 cover-track of gran où lée’s 15-year old Xmosis carol «Which Chemicals Caused Jesus Christ?».
Substract the tangle and you’re still left with a really fine listen.
Many thanks to all contributors, supporters, and listeners!
released December 26, 2015
Audio • Philipp Bückle, Sam Hatzaras, Mario Knapp (Appartment22), Tobias Schmitt, Andreas Usenbenz (á, Appartment22, Nobile), Endi Weber (Weltraumbruder), Rutger Zuydervelt (Machinefabriek).
Mastering • Fraser McGowan.
Photography • Tina-Lis Chavanon, Daniel Knef, Simple Box Construction, Endi Weber, Rob Zuydervelt.
Design and Foreword • Daniel Knef.
Excellent new tape by Die Geister Beschwören – just recently released on Philipp Bückle’s label Tarkovsky Green. “Imagine all your favourite obscure German bands condensed into one album.” AOsmosis Records
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