Gianax | Pass the Pill

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Pass the Pill

by Gianax

Three mysterious pills with their ancient recipes. Side effects included. Music by Mister Dumont, Fusian and Gilles Snowcat
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Art
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jungle Jazzin'
3:01 $1.49
2. Yanagigaura (Radio Edit)
3:44 $1.49
3. Jungle House
3:51 $1.49
4. Jungle House, Vol. 1 & 2
6:57 $0.99
5. Yanagigaura
9:30 $0.99
6. Jungle Jazzin' (Remastered)
5:29 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Since the beginning of time, mankind has been pursuing the quest for the ultimate form of pleasure. Gianax is the answer. Years and years of research have led to the discovery of three magic pills. These pills are going to activate all the pleasure sensors you didn't know even existed.
Side effects include sexual arousal, IQ enhancement and increased life expectancy.
WARNING: The three ancient recipes of the pills, here included, should be taken at your own risk. Gianax does not take any responsibility for unexpected rushes of bliss.
...and remember to Pass The Pill.



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Joe Hunt

Amazing stuff
This album is amazing. Never quite heard anything like it

Caro Eastman

This is the most bizarre music I've ever heard! I don't know what is the pill but I'm sure it's no candy.
Jungle Jazzing: imagine a jazz concert in the jungle revisited by aliens walking in fast motion.
Yanagigaura: my favorite, the singer has a deep saloon voice and the music is so lounge.
Jungle House: Again jungle, but more lounge, and brilliant guitar solo.
There are the same tracks on previous non-Gianax versions too, and Jungle House is great, but Yanagigaura is too long and Jungle Jazzing is mundane in its early take.