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Audio CD, November 21, 2006
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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Revolver
  • ASIN: 5558179503
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Thistle on July 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Let me (hopefully) be the first to introduce you to the most violently abrasive noise album of 2006. Yeah, I'm aware that 2006 saw the release of Wolf Eye's Human Animal, Yellow Swans' Psychic Secession and even Prurient's soul destroying Pleasure Ground. Nevertheless, Aufgehoben's Messidor is the rightful king of them all. Clearly, "noise" can be a divisive topic; well, lets face it, noise can be a repellent topic at best. It is not even a point of possible conversation for most. I don't tote these statements as a pretension because I share some of the sentiments held by its detractors. However, I also find that some of this so called noise is, in fact, genius. A portion of this movement is the embodiment and natural progression of the true punk/hardcore spirit of old that has all but fizzled into commercial stagnancy. Another part is all geek, harboring the crème de la crème of musical scientists. If you will allow me to be overly and unnecessarily analytical: Noise, as a genre label (and I am aware of the stigma of labeling genres of music, so bear with me), or avant-garde music as a whole, walks a thin line between intellectuality and the most intense ignorance; between the positively inspiring and the absolutely degrading. It's a razors edge and you are either on it or you aren't. The trouble is, as a rule, the genre is so heavily washed in reverb and distortion that it can be quite a task to sort through the legitimate artistry and the illegitimate, obnoxious crap. Now I have a bit of a sweet tooth for the unconventional. It is with this sweet tooth that I would like to humbly assert that Aufgehoben's Messidor is in fact a work of genius proportions.Read more ›
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