Originally recorded in April 1986, utilizing an Arp 2600 analog synthesizer, "II" was the INTRINSIC ACTION's second official release.
"II" shows a different side of the band; one that was initially influenced by Lustmord, Throbbing Gristle (in particular, their soundscape work), SPK, (early) Hunting Lodge, and Maurizio Bianchi (MB).
The original recording was released as two connected sidelong instrumental pieces, however, for this re-release, master tapes were used to present the two pieces as the single 45-minute-long work that was originally recorded.
As bonus tracks, four unreleased works, recorded during the same time period, demonstrate a heavier approach, and ultimately introduce vocals to the release.
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