Die Datenschleuder

by Legion

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patient_ot Dark ambient electronic music before the genre got over the top and cheesy. This one has that certain indescribable feeling of post-industrial experimental music that was around in the 80s and 90s underground scene. Although "False Dawn" is probably a better place with this project, this is great too.
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The title 'Die Datenschleuder' was taken from a German hackers' magazine of the same name. The magazine's editors were angry when they found out the name but Oliver Ross and the guys at Hyperium in Nuremberg managed to placate them. I used the title because it summed up the way I produced it, which was to throw lots of audio into my EMAX sampler and manipulate it as if in a Data Centrifuge (a 'Datenschleuder'). Some of the material here was played in 1993 at the Resi club in Nuremberg to approx 900 goths :-)

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released March 1, 1994

Cover artwork by Disinformation. Thanks to Oliver Ross & the Hyperium crew, Dave Campbell, Neil Balfour and Yukari.

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Lagowski London

Making/recording electronic music since 1982 and before that was a drummer in a new wave band. Since 1987 he has released > 30 albums and ten 12” singles. Projects include Nagamatzu (co-founder, guitarist, programmer, engineer), Lustmord as engineer/programmer (e/p), Terror Against Terror (e/p), Isolrubin B.K. (e/p), S.E.T.I., Legion & Lagowski. Catch his live performances when you can. ... more

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