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L'Ame Electrique Presents Old Europa Cafe
Label: L'Ame Electrique ‎– none
Format: CD, Compilation
Country: Greece
Released: 2003
Style: Dark Ambient, Abstract, Industrial, Experimental

1–Lecanora / Exotoendo
2–Nocturne B
3–Circus Joy / Ain Soph
4–Henrik Nordvargr Björkk
5–Tam Quam Tabula Rasa
6–This Morn' Omina Feat. Empusae
7–Sigillum S
8–Atrax Morgue
9–Bad Sector
10–I Burn Featuring Navicon Torture Technologies
11–Spiritual Front
12–Divinus Baal & Runa D
14–Hydra Head Nine
15–Contagious Orgasm

Comes together with issue #3 of Greek magazine "L'Ame Electrique", A4 size, 72 pages. Included is a 20 pages A5 sized Old Europa Cafe booklet and a 2-sided poster with pictures of Les Joyaux de la Princesse and Der Blutharsch.

Exotoendo / Lecanora - The high tanks - 1995. Le Palais-sur-Vienne - France. Destroyed in December 2000.
Henrik Nordvargr Björkk - Excluded from the forthcoming box set "Sleep Therapy" coming late 2.002 from Old Europa Cafe. Recorded February 2.002 at the Electro/Fiber Laboratory, Hägersten.
This Morn' Omina feat. Empusae - Recorded at Atomic Studios, Winter 2002.
Sigillum S - Information on an interactive math exhibit provides the background for the implementation of machines which are no longer maintained: relying on a specific text and using laster technology, the strongest evidence of a scheme is supplied. By translation of stone carving into digital clusters, a Teeth Bracelet allows the programmer to charge the obligation. Then, an architectural neutral, portable, high performance multithreaded Mass Customization occurs. As if it was in a paralell universe, a cross-platform appears for the patron saint of Kathmandu, spinning wheels into unreleased specific configurations. End Time Of Kali-Yuga. Recorded at 2002 at The Place, using source material from 1986.
Bad Sector - Recorded March 23, 2002.
I Burn - Recorded in 2001 at the Manteinance Laboratories, Ancona. Sourcematerial created at Leechnest Breeding Facilities, NY.
Spiritual Front - Words recorded live at "The Rolf Blixt Hall" in 1998.
Na-Dha - Recorded live during nightly sessions (22.02.02). Samplefood: Shabondama Elegy: "Adapt" Code Tripper (UK) previous sessions.
Hydra Head Nine - Recorded March 2.002 at Villa Bohult.
Aube - Excerpt of original track composed and performed in 1998, using only the metal as sound source material.

Remixed at Atelier de Montage.
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