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Jukebox Buddha

  • Title: Jukebox Buddha
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: Staubgold
  • Format: CD
  • Genres: Compilation, Remix
  • Price: €6,90EU (incl. 19% VAT)€5,80non-EU

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Feat. Adrian Sherwood + Doug Wimbish, Blixa Bargeld, sunnO))), Thomas Fehlmann, Sun City Girls, Gudrun Gut, Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Center Of Excellence (Jan Jelinek/Andrew Pekler/Hanno Leichtmann), Mapstation, Aki Onda, Robert Henke, Es, Alog, Minit, Wang Fan.

"On "Jukebox Buddha", the first chapter of Buddha version, disciples of many levels stretch, compress, reconfigure, rub and dust, fuck around with the nine floating loops clipped out from FM3's confrontational world of quiet. Moving straight to level four the entry from Einsturzende Neubauten's Blixa Bargeld finds the Beijing resident submitting to sweeter harmonies than those with which he is traditionally associated even eschewing voice in a move that could free him from the eternal cycle of rebirth. Level two devotee Wang Fan, longtime associate of FM3, builds environmentally friendly filigrees of sound whilst new initiates Sherwood and Wimbish immediately recognize the key importance of bass to the Buddha. A true Zen moment is struck by the shameless humour of Jan Jelinek, Andrew Pekler and Hanno Leichtmann's commercial but Robert Henke (Monolake) takes a more devotional approach with a lift from his new album of droneage based entirely on loops from the Buddha Machine. Although Mapstation sound like Mapstation, in an act of submission Thomas Fehlmann bucks the beat and builds floating layers of naked vocal. The Sun City Girls prove they have visited more temples in the East than any other Westerner and sunnO))) arrive from a different dimension with a restraint not common in their work of late. In fact, the absence of self indulgence pervades many of these contributions, as with Minit whose contribution is the only one to actually sound like FM3 but none more so than Gudrun Gut's analysis of the creative process employed in producing the track she has offered here." Steve Barker, On The Wire (BBC)