amateurs, professionals and no refrains


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Released Sep 08, 2010
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Info: Unreleased project. Compiled in 2002, intended for release in what Diskono intended to be a monthly series (titled 'Penthouse Hotplate') of 3"CD "experiments in the format". Details: Mini "showcase" for the diverse talents of Mik.Musik.!. collective from Poland, compiled by Mik head honcho Wojciech Kucharczyk (AKA The Complainer). Planned to be released with 11 tracks of music from various artists orbiting around the Mik.Musik.!. universe plus Mik designed cover and shockwave game bundled on the audio disc. Only few hand made copies made leaked out, as previews. But... Original album credits: 03.09.11. by: deuce = piotrek poloz, lodz, poland, 02. thnx to adult world which sucks.//08. by: laszlo band (paul wirkus - percussion, uwe schneider - bass, maciej moruæ - drums, wojciech kucharczyk - keys), live basis recorded april02 somewhere in poland.// other tracks by: molr drammaz (asia bronislawska - field recordings, wojt3k kucharczyk - electronics and percussion, macio moretti - drums). main rhythms layers recorded live during concerts in various places in poland, april02. other layers added in june/july02.01.04. with additional use of *retro*sex*galaxy*'s musical toys.// compiled and mastered by wojt3k. thanks to all mik.people and some other people. bee goood. take care. Shockwave game by Malgorzata Jablonska & Ania Nalecka. Vital Weekly reviewed it thus: "If understood correctly this collection of eleven songs from the archives of Mik.musik, the true Polish underground electronica weirdo's. Tracks by Deuce, Laszlo Band, Molr Drammaz and some sounds by Retro Sex Galaxy. If you have been reading Vital Weekly before, then you know what to expect: crazy, weird electronic music, uptempo, almost punky rhythms and childlike melodies, played on probably the simplest electronica around. Nothing sophisticated about this, just loud and uptempo, dirty and gritty. If the name Mik.musik is new to you and you don't want to invest all your savings in it, then this is the perfect place to start. These eleven tracks are the true showcase."(FdW)