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Terrific 12¨ purple vinyl and as Waste Editions crew are really into emotive and personal sounds ,on this occasion this new release "Inside us " by Old Coroner can´t be otherwise...

 

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Contemplatron, Shentz - His Master's Voice

Contemplatron, Shentz ‎– His Master's Voice
Label: Wrotycz Records ‎– WRT 025
Format: CD, Album 
Country: Poland
Released: 2016
Style: Ambient

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13,00 €

WRT 025

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'APOCRYPHICAL SOUNDTRACK FOR THE BOOK OF ST. LEM' - This dark ambient album is based on 'His Master's Voice' (or 'Glos Pana' in Polish), a science fiction novel written by Stanislaw Lem, first published in 1968. It is a densely philosophical story about an effort by scientists to decode, translate and understand an extraterrestrial transmission. The novel critically approaches humanity's intelligence and intentions in deciphering and truly comprehending a message from outer space.

His Master's Voice (original Polish title: Glos Pana) is a science fiction novel written by Stanislaw Lem, first published in 1968. It is a densely phliosophical first contact story about an effort by scientists to decode, translate and understand an extraterrestrial transmission. The novel critically approaches humanity's intelligence and intentions in deciphering and truly comprehending a message from outer space.

Human beings should accept some humility. Sometimes we face phenomena the essence of which we are unable to understand. Even if we are equipped with the most modern scientific apparatus and knowledge we are incapable of resolving whether they are accidental or intentional. Newton once said that with respect to nature we are just children playing with shells on the seashore. (Stanislaw Lem/www.lem.pl)

In memory of Stanislaw Lem 1921-2006

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