Release date: 1981
For this, his third album, Bernard Szajner opted for another radical departure. The first side features four tracks of so-called 'superficial music' compiled from source tapes for Visions of Dune, played backwards at half speed, and enhanced only by sparing use of analogue and digital effects.
The second side is taken up by the chilling triptych Oswiecim (Auschwitz), which reflects Szajner's obsessive theme of life and death. This expanded remaster also features two bonus lost tracks recorded in 1982 (E"r Aera and Inverted Area), never previously released.
Original album releaved in December 1981. CD booklet includes archive images and detailed Szajner biography.
1. Superficial Music 1
2. Superficial Music 2
3. Superficial Music 3
4. Superficially Accelerated Edits
5. Oswiecim: Ouverture
6. Chant Funébre
8. E"r Aera
9. Inverted Area
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