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Excess of Free Speech

by Stefan Tischler

This is a collage combining sampled TV news and interviews, music and sound effects exploring various subjects which effect the perception and understanding of the individual.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Daytime TV Nightmare
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2. Desperate Despots
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3. Infotainment Tonight
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4. Perceive Remember Think
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5. Incursions
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6. Americans are Sleepwalking
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7. C.I. AIDS
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8. HIV: Unnatural Selection
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Album Notes
In a leap into the world of manufactured consent, government cover ups and disinformation, this release was a departure from the Cinematics Series.

"Excess of Free Speech" was created in response to a growing sense of frustration over the manipulation of news events in various areas, including world affairs, secret agendas, health, entertainment and politics.

While most of the subjects covered have receded into the
recent past, the observations put forth in it are even more acute now than ever.

It is common knowledge among some people, that we are being manipulated continually by a series of power grids in critical areas.

Others, however, are being hopelessly mislead into believing outright untruths, partial truths and slanted points of view.

The results have put us in the place where we are today: divided and confused.

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