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Deep Space

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01
The Immanent
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02
The Transcendent
12:07  
03
Disks, Winds And Veiling Curtains
10:10  
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Funeral March
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Girl Amazed At The Perfection Of A Rose Fails To Meditate Upon Chaos
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The Competition Of Supermassive Black Holes And Galactic Spheroids In The Destruction of Globular Clusters
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Debussy Turning to his Friend, said
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 57:06

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Heavy, Poetic, Psychedelic Man

hiddenfire88

Playing with Jaki Liebezeit, the great drummer of the great band Can, Wobble starts to pursue that band's immense "inner space"-oriented vibe. he and Liebezeit are big on minimalism and repetition and a variety of relatively sophisticated sounds produce trance-like euphoria over that. I think this album is well worth a listen. This is definitely a phase Wobble pursued, several subsequent albums pursued this same vibe. This may be the best of them.

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Interview: Jah Wobble

By Elisa Bray, Contributor

For John Wardle, a 30-plus-year career in music began in 1973 when he met John Lydon and Sid Vicious at Kingsway College in London. It was from Vicious that he gained the name Jah Wobble, after a drinking session and, more importantly, the loan of his first bass guitar — the foundation for his distinct rock/reggae basslines that would become a defining element of the U.K.'s post-punk scene of the late '70s and '80s. Impressed by… more »