Club song from our hardest/deepest/noisiest/most distorted album so far. 1999's Ex Analogue. I think it was our best album in a whole, and the greatest flop as well. Play in STEREO only, please. It's 80% out-of-phase. On purpose.
A iffy track to assemble. All sounds, as on most tracks in Ex Analogue were sampled from Short Wave radio noise bursts. Every snare, hat, kick... it's static. The voices were recorded on SW radio as well, with a Yaesu FRG7 receiver.
Esprit: french for Spirit. This may well be our best track ever. Final solo by special guest Queco is waaaay cool! As with "Tiznit" (from the same album) all rhythms are played on a keyboard and MIDI programmed. No loops, no samples here.
Tiznit is a place in Morocco. This, together with Esprit includes an awesome final solo. This turn it's piano by, also, special guest Paulo Novo. All analog recording, d n'b rhythms were MIDI programmed, note by note.