TILT! How To Power Electronics

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released March 1, 2006

TILT! How To Power Electronics

Originally released on cassete and entirely recorded at Lucas' room as a therapy form after a suicide attempt. Being highly depressed and still unable to find musicians or a real studio to record his Carl Stalling/Naked City-like Jazz scores, Lucas gave up and formed a harsh noise band to record a "free suite" (Placenta), only guided by concept divisions or chapters. During the beginning of the recording , he broke up both guitars and got insane on his partners to capture the perfect chaos on his tape as an expressive plan. The low quality of the recording causes something like a hypnotic noise effect to the listener. The second half of the album features electronic experimental shorts, mostly dedicated to grotesque and sci-fi artists or works. WARNING: RAW RECORDING QUALITY.

"Placenta" summary:
a) Placentarium
b) Abnormal Walls of Synthesized Placentas
c) Kaiju Miscarriage d) Tux Tuna Dedas Pac
e) Bebop Commando Transfers To Delirium

All concept and music by Lucas Borgia Rossetti

The "Placenta" free suite was performed by:
L. Borgia Rossetti - Sax, Broken Guitar, Pedals, Screams
Ricardo Raggucci - Bass
Fernando H. Ragucci - Broken Guitar
Lucas Göbel - Drums

Tracks 2-9 were performed by
Lucas Borgia Rossetti - Guitar, Synth, Pedals, Modified Electronics



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