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p.a.l / ah cama-sotz
spectre   1999
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official pal website
ah cama-sotz/bats & cats website
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album rating: 3
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submitted by alan on 18-Dec-1999; last updated on 29-Jan-2000 by anton
The latest from two of the most interesting experimental/ambient/noise artists right now. Both projects take a stab at remixing exclusive tracks from each other. Packaged with a nice cover that visually changes each time you look at it.
 
On one side, Ah Cama-Sotz adds his alluring intensity on P.A.L.'s "Guilty" track. Somewhat similar sounding to that of ACS's latest track "baal", keeping with the same menacing ferocity. Terrorizing attacking beats that build over the militant shockwaves of chaingun synthetics and cold, dismally broken strings. The intensity built on this track is simply incredible.
 
On the other side, P.A.L. takes on "Audiowall." Here we experience an array of overlapped pulsating frequencies that vibrate into your skull while surrounding you with everchanging dismal atmospherics. Very textural much like some of the old school noize masters. Plan on adding this to your collection if you haven't already!

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