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June 14, 2017 at 20:34 #30077mybestfriend83Participant
I just could listen only one time to it but man… lol… Just a few instrumentals… And by the way not the best ones… I can't believe people are spending 40-50 euros for that… Believe me i am a motorpsychodelic guy through and through but this is ridicoulus… I did not seen the dvd yet but it must make more sense to me while watching the stage… Sorry guys… 2 of 5 Motorpsychodelic points… I am very dissapointed…June 15, 2017 at 08:43 #30078kjellepelleParticipant
Well it was never an album for the masses, just for psychonauts and people that have seen the performance. Others can wait until next September. Thats why it was ltd.June 15, 2017 at 12:06 #30079naurParticipant
It is what it is, music for the play. I like ambient-music very much. I can hear to it and read a book or lay down and listen to it. I like the album, maybe because i hear very various music.June 16, 2017 at 14:42 #30080supernautParticipant
Ha! I meant to write that, too. "It is what it is, music for the play". Don't see a reason to be disappointed. It's a soundtrack and an art thing, needs therefore a different mindset to digest. By itself the tracks on the vinyl/CD come across somewhat aimless here and there, but that's the point. It's not a jawdropping overwhelming experience, but a restrained wash of fragments. Some cheesy mellotron choirs, too, which I find quite funny. We use those as well in my little band. "Satan" is comically scary.
I've yet to watch the play all the way through. Intromusic (and images) I do find to be a jawdropping overwhelming experience, though.June 21, 2017 at 07:59 #30081kjellepelleParticipant
According to Adressavisen there will also be a book by Carl Frode Tiller called "Begynnelser". The play was based on a early draft of this book.
Edit: From Adressa (behind pay wall)Quote:Teatersuksess basert pÃ¥ samme historie
Mange vil kjenne igjen tittel og rammehistorie fra oppsetningen pÃ¥ TrÃ¸ndelag Teater, sist hÃ¸st. Motorpsycho skrev musikken og spilte den selv pÃ¥ scenen. Stykket ble en betydelig suksess, og ble ogsÃ¥ fremfÃ¸rt i Oslo nÃ¥ i juni.
– RegissÃ¸rene baserte sitt stykke pÃ¥ en tidlig versjon av romanen, men brukte manus som de ville, sier Tiller â€“ som var godt fornÃ¸yd med oppsetningen, og godt kan tenke seg Ã¥ jobbe mer med teater. Men han er ikke i tvil om at det er romanforfatter han fÃ¸rst og fremst er, og at det er det han behersker best.June 21, 2017 at 11:22 #30082supernautParticipant
Chapter 10! Meaning the score underneath "film 3". I hope we get some of this on the next album!June 26, 2017 at 13:41 #30083DandelionPowdermanParticipant
I like it, for what it is. The lo-fi production suits the songs, and after repeated listens these tunes are creeping in – like they should. The tunes are merely atmospheric little stubs, rather than actual songs.
With the DVD and the (fantastic) design, I'll give it 4/5.
Looking forward to the new studio album, though.June 29, 2017 at 08:53 #30084
@mybestfriend83 and other download enthusiasts – According to @stickfrau on twitter the album will be available from online shops starting August 1st.July 13, 2017 at 17:38 #30085mybestfriend83Participant
Thanks thor… Allways the first with news… lol :STG:July 14, 2017 at 18:33 #30086rtvParticipant
Great music and movie. However the Packaging falls apartJuly 14, 2017 at 19:03 #30087
It's the motorpnakotic fragments in reverse :lol:August 7, 2017 at 13:00 #30088
A rather nice review – musikknyheter.noNovember 19, 2017 at 12:00 #30089otherdemonParticipant
The play in its entirety.
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