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Old 09-27-2011, 12:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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After a lot more listening... I'm not too keen on the guy. I mean, I want to like him, but his vocals sort of kill it. 'Watashi Dake?' was great the first time I heard it... sort of like a horror movie or Gyorgy Ligeti or something, I was in a way scared of what was going to happen next, but it was in a good way, ya dig? Second time... the effect sort of wore off somehow. And like I said, I kind of dislike his vocals in the long run; I like Fushitsusha's instrumentation, but when Keiji Haino comes in sounding like Kim Gordon being raped by a dinosaur... well... it's kind of annoying. Heard a couple of other solo albums, but they didn't really do anything for me.

Still, I might listen to some more of his stuff (moreso his collabs) just out of curiousity though.
Have you heard Allegorical Misunderstanding? It Fushitsusha's first album and mostly instrumental. Fucking great too. The vocalization that is on there adds something to the music.

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Old 03-21-2013, 11:43 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Have you heard Allegorical Misunderstanding? It Fushitsusha's first album and mostly instrumental. Fucking great too. The vocalization that is on there adds something to the music.
Technically, Live (1989) is Fushitusha's first album. However, Allegorical Misunderstanding is their first studio album. Their recorded material spans all the way back to the 70s, though...


Anyways, saw this a few months ago and forgot to post it:



I got goosebumps to say the least.
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Old 04-06-2013, 07:19 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Technically, Live (1989) is Fushitusha's first album. However, Allegorical Misunderstanding is their first studio album. Their recorded material spans all the way back to the 70s, though...


Anyways, saw this a few months ago and forgot to post it:



I got goosebumps to say the least.
****ing brilliant. Really hope English subs come out for that.
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Old 10-29-2014, 11:06 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I'm really digging one of Haino's releases this year, Live at Jahrhunderthalle Bochum. It's a collab with Zeitkratzer (the guy responsible for the orchestral version of Metal Machine Music, he also does Stockhausen quite well). It's much better than their earlier collaboration, Electronics 3. Hope to hear more from these guys.
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Old 10-29-2014, 01:30 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I'm really digging one of Haino's releases this year, Live at Jahrhunderthalle Bochum. It's a collab with Zeitkratzer (the guy responsible for the orchestral version of Metal Machine Music, he also does Stockhausen quite well). It's much better than their earlier collaboration, Electronics 3. Hope to hear more from these guys.
Zeitkratzer is an ensemble. Sorry for the nitpicking.
But yeah, great recording.
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Zeitkratzer is an ensemble. Sorry for the nitpicking.
But yeah, great recording.
Ah I didn't know that. For some reason I thought it was a single guy, probably because of the prominent clarinet.
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Old 10-29-2014, 02:00 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Does anyone know, where one could obtain the Haino documentary?
Was it even released?
Couldn't find any info, but there's a lot in Japanese, so who knows...
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Never really heard him talk or otherwise interact with other people.
The interview is pretty awkwardly done as it is, but his pretentiousness and autistic mannerisms really make it weird. No that it makes me love him less. It's kinda entertaining as well.



Edit: Halfway in. The way her question about the sources for his mixes gets lost in translation or possibly in Haino's crazy mind is hilariously awkward.
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I made it about halfway through that one night and forgot about it. Cool stuff, especially with his different approach to making music that he explains towards the beginning (with heavy emphasis on acoustics and space).
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Dunno, it reminds me more of a Tommy Wiseau interview.
Might be partly due to the allegedly bad translator though. The part at the end where he manages to answer none of the questions from the audience is just surreal.
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