From Beyond Love

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All Music Guide - Ned Raggett
Herve Vincenti and Philippe Petit's collective group retains its neo-no wave/industrial clatter on From Beyond Love, again recruiting a variety of guest vocalists track for track to extend the feeling of a decentralized, ever-shifting effort. "The Drone from Beyond Love" features Battle of Mice/Made Out of Babies' Julie Christmas, whose clear but still subtly nervous/lost-child tones nicely contrast the bass-led dramatics of the performers. Pantaleimon sings lead on "Sleepwalker," her wordless hums and echoed, strong, but still gentle pronouncements floating on a busy arrangement that consists of a swirl of melodies and solos, and builds to a dramatic climax of four ...
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All Music Guide - Ned Raggett
Herve Vincenti and Philippe Petit's collective group retains its neo-no wave/industrial clatter on From Beyond Love, again recruiting a variety of guest vocalists track for track to extend the feeling of a decentralized, ever-shifting effort. "The Drone from Beyond Love" features Battle of Mice/Made Out of Babies' Julie Christmas, whose clear but still subtly nervous/lost-child tones nicely contrast the bass-led dramatics of the performers. Pantaleimon sings lead on "Sleepwalker," her wordless hums and echoed, strong, but still gentle pronouncements floating on a busy arrangement that consists of a swirl of melodies and solos, and builds to a dramatic climax of four repeated patterns -- and all without ever raising her voice. "Finzione" is the shortest track, with Cosey Fanni Tutti delivering quiet thoughts over Sun Ra's kind of cosmic big-band jazz -- gone ambient. In contrast to the heavily female-led album, Wire's Graham Lewis brings his familiar, precise tones to "Bugged," his own air of calm matching another busy but never explosive arrangement, church organs leading the breaks. Meanwhile the concluding "Hurt Is Where the Home Is" brings together one hell of a coed vocal duo -- Lydia Lunch and Oxbow's Eugene Robinson. For the first seven minutes, it sounds like nothing but a lengthy build-up to an explosion as tense performances and parallel vocals intertwine around each other, but then there's the addition of a slow, almost easygoing groove, even as things continue to scream and scrape in the background. From there, it's everything from restrained near-ambience to what sounds like a screeching violin solo over same, as Robinson and Lunch contribute their individual takes.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/8/2012
  • Label: Staubgold Germany
  • EAN: 4050486057834
  • Catalog Number: 17

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 The Drone From Beyond Love (7:41)
  2. 2 Sleepwalker (7:22)
  3. 3 Bugged (5:11)
  4. 4 Finzione (2:57)
  5. 5 Hurt is Where the Home is (19:19)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Strings of Consciousness Primary Artist
Lydia Lunch Vocals
Graham Lewis Vocals
Cosey Fanni Tutti Vocals
Alison Chesley Cello
Eugene Robinson Vocals
Andy Diagram Trumpet
Philippe Petit Percussion, electronics
Andria Degens Vocals
Herve Vincenti Organ, Synthesizer, Guitar, Drums, Sampling, fender rhodes, Synthesizer Bass
Perceval Bellone Organ, Clarinet, Saxophone, Tibetan Bowls
Julie Christmas Vocals
Pierre Fenichel Double Bass
Raphaelle Rinaudo Electric Harp
Yves Jan Bass
Ella Vincenti Piano
Technical Credits
Lydia Lunch Composer
Graham Lewis Composer
Cosey Fanni Tutti Composer
Alison Chesley Composer
Eugene Robinson Composer
Philippe Petit Composer
Monte Vallier Engineer
Andria Degens Composer
Herve Vincenti Composer
Julie Christmas Composer
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