Born

LE COSE BIANCHE [LCB]

CD Digipack (OECD 209) - OLD EUROPA CAFE

Limited Edition 300 copies

BORN or Porn?
Because the two things sometimes are the same.
Because from the first can derive the second, and vicerversa.
BORN closes a hypothetical trilogy opened with "Aesthetics Of A Good Pornographer" (where the main theme was the prostitution industry) which was followed by "Pornography Should not be an illusion" (where the attention was focused on the mortification of pornography whenever it rises to art and its consumers) and now this,
where the main theme revolves around the pornographic media, the use made of it, but it would be more correct to say: the use they make of us and around the private and intimate relationship that each has with that category.
Is the mind that controls the body? Or is the body that controls the mind? Nobody knows.

Recorded with the collaboration of teachers, first, and friends, now, including:
Maurizio Bianchi (MB) / Andrea Chiaravalli (Iugula-Thor) / Richard Ramirez (Black Leather Jesus) / Eraldo Bernocchi (Sigillum S) / Paolo Bandera (Sigillum S / Sshe Retina Stimulants) / Marco Deplano (Wertham / Caligula031) / Emidio Clementi (Massimo Volume)...

BORN
retains all analogic fidelity and all extremism
that for 30 years characterized this kind of muzak together with the love for the tradition of such sounds.
Sounds that
never died
despite the many agonies suffered during these years.

Tracklist:
1 Pornografia Ultimo Atto     03:24
2 Sul Principio Sadico Di Piacere     03:27
3 Riduzione Delle Membra A Steppa     03:52
4 Autofocus     03:37
5 Through Your Teeth     05:39
6 Animus Complex     04:06
7 Il Predominio Della Mente Sul Corpo     03:40
8 Guts Magazines     05:07
9 The Death Of Italian Pornography     03:49


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