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MUST: A Life Study in Five Movements

by Jeff McLeod

Sound sculpture, noisescapes, improvisation and atonal composition--recorded live (except for one track) on the Chapman Stick.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. Eat (Mixtipulagongomingha)
5:38 album only
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2. Shit (Imozaxbytaniupshish)
4:20 album only
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3. Fuck (Klybaxov)
1:24 album only
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4. Sleep (Desnobus-Mertackhumzex)
4:36 album only
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5. Die (Metataciusovophelachum)
4:50 album only

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Album Notes
You do what you have to do. This recording felt like it had to be done. Otherwise it would've just been left to rot in the ol' memory banks. That's never good, right?

The only instrument used on this recording was the Chapman Stick. If you don't know what that is, you can find out at www.stick.com

The first four tracks were recorded live and have not been monkeyed with. The fifth track has three stereo overdubs--so it has most certainly been monkeyed with.

I'd like to thank these people for inspiration: Vonda McLeod, Greg Howard, Emmett Chapman, Ed Nehring, all the Liquid Brick guys and everyone involved in the Alabama Improv Co-op.

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