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TITLE
Random Noize Sessions Vol. 1
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CD

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STRIKE 080CD STRIKE 080CD
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RELEASE DATE
11/21/2006

Berliner Marco Haas aka T.Raumschmiere is back home with his new full length work on his own Shitkatapult label. Random Noize Sessions Vol. 1 features a collection of lost studio and live recordings from the past six years (1999-2005). Music-wise these tracks follow the same idea as the Anti album on Hefty records (Chicago, 2002) -- dark ambient tracks, beats and pictures: random noize. From the beginning to the applause-ending (from his ambient live set in Düsseldorf church, Johanniskirche) this whole CD is a breathtaking movie, and in the best tradition of dark Asian movies fighting the new minimal deal. Titles like "In The Ghetto," "Radikal Mediation," "Neulich Im Bestattungs-Discount" follow the general T.Raumschmiere idea. After his major releases on Novamute, Random Noize Sessions Vol. 1 is not only a new album, but also a missing link between his punk techno anti-spectacle and his inner vision of techno/ambient music. These are traditional new music footprints following Robert Hood or Mike Ink, and married to influences from great artists like Coil or Steve Albini. Free of any chic or trendy idea, Random Noize is purely sick music at its best. The track "Die Alte Leier," the most clubbing track from the album will be released on the 12" version and will include a wonderful old school exclusive techno track entitled "It's All About the Leierei" by Alex Cortez and T.Raumschmiere from 1996 as a B-side. This album was mastered by Cristian Vogel.