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Un​​-​​used Re​​-​​mix's 1994​​-​​1995

by Muslimgauze

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Untitled #1 06:07
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Untitled #2 07:56
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Untitled #3 11:24
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Untitled #4 08:18
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Untitled #5 10:25
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Untitled #6 06:49
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Untitled #7 04:28
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Untitled #8 08:07

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We do not work on a release, a piece is done at a time. A CD is drawn from various tracks which can span a few days, weeks or a month, or a day, each release is different.”
Bryn Jones, Grinding Into Emptiness interview, 1998

Here we have an excellent example of the perils and rewards of that approach; eight mixes, just over an hour, of some of the dubbiest, most spacious material Jones ever put to tape. The tracks collected on Un-used Re-Mix’s 1994-1995, the newest release in Staalplaat’s Muslimgauze Archive series, are too good to leave collecting dust, but Jones never got around to organizing or even titling them (except, perhaps, inside of his own head). The truly diligent might be able to track down the source for some of these tracks after hours poring over the rest of Muslimgauze’s vast discography, but no such trainspotting is needed to appreciate the smeared, haunting vocal and hand percussion of the third track, or the ominously rattling, echoing sixth track, or the heavy organ overlay that brings the last track as close to showgaze as Muslimgauze ever came.

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released May 26, 2020

All tracks written / played / recorded by Muslimgauze Manchester.

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Muslimgauze Manchester, UK

Muslimgauze occupied a strange place in the musical world. He was a powerful, prolific innovator, releasing albums that were alternately beautiful and visceral, full of ambient electronics, polyrhythmic drumming and all kinds of voices and sound effects. The recordings earned him a devoted following in underground, experimental and industrial music circles worldwide.

The New York Times 1999
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