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SYR 6: Koncertas Stan Brakhage Prisiminimui

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Heady Jam 1
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Heady Jam 2
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Heady Jam 3
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Total Tracks: 3   Total Length: 65:31

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Weak entry in the SYR series

noisereductions

It's interesting, but there are other volumes that you'll always go to before SYR6. It might be great to have a DVD release of this with the Brakhage visuals, though.

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Uahhhhh????

tjmcafee

I wouldn't normally advocate drug use but to really enjoy this...I'd say you gotta be outta ya head!!!! I feel like I've wasted 66 minutes of my life...what you hear on the sample is what you get for every dragging minute... Oh, well!! It's not for everyone!!!

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For SYR Lovers

momentary

If you frequent the intersection of avant classical, free jazz, noisecore and rock, you'll frolic with this hushed explorative album.

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Excellent example of post rock

Alexpenn

To the person who was slating this release, why bother commenting on music you obviously don't understand or appreciate? This is an amazing set and definetly worth the download! Love it and a must for postrock fans.

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Run Away!

roadirt

Garbage. A steaming pile of doo. Pure incoherent noise. This is not music. It's sounds like the band members got stoned and banged around on loose pots and pans around the house. Listen to the samples and know that your getting more of the same. YOu've been warned.

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Fantastic

clarkmeggs

These are three live tracks and while having fantastic levels of noise and distortion have that semi "electro" acoustic quality. sounds like a mixture of voice, guitars and drums played through a lot of effects machines - just what Sonic Youth should be. Best new music I have heard over the last few months.

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sweeeeet

prettynicehaircut

textured, unstructured, and chaotic at times... big change from the classic rock noodlings of the last few studio albums

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amazing.

tania

Really beautiful music. wow!

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