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LTJ-12 Braspyreet: Kissasirkus
1. ich bin (1:35)
2. kukkokana (1:30)
3. onnettomuutta (ei voi vastustaa) (3:00)
4. o'lord (2:30)
5. olet minun matkalippuni aurinkoon (1:12)
6. paneeli-ihmiset (1:35)
7. lillin ja lallin kesäpäivähoito (0:34)
8. vetiset aikakirjat (6:30)
9. ristiriitaa ja ponnistelua (0:44)
10. been walkin (2:54)
Released 20.12.2003, limited edition of 75, sold out.
"Acoustic instruments like cello and guitar blend into found noise from four brains. echoes of primitive blues themes melt into distortotion and dust, pseudo-ethnic shrieks and bellows wonder into landscapes of looped silliness. souvenirs from Emotion: not quite love, not quite knowing."
NOTE: Reissued on Kirpputi-Kakkos! as a regular cdr with an extra track (the whole 9-minute version of Kukko Kana).
"the sound of crazy imaginations - clarinet, banjo and cello, chanting - along similar lines to Volcano the Bear" Boa Melody Bar
"i'm really excited about this one, so much energy radiating out of these appalachia-via-finland folk freakouts. yes! the last track is like the anaksimandros singing a gospel tune. no kidding, olde tyme free-hillbilly noise, henry flynt, a little trout mask, & over-all the almighty holy modal rounders." Glenn Donaldson, Jewelled Antler
"This is one of those records that splendidly prove that not everyone should make music. It's naïve, clumsy and lo-fi in just the right way to appeal to today's underground circles. Useless and untalented banging on crappy instruments, this basically shows everything that's wrong with experimental music today. Disgusting (yet full-colour printed on thick high-quality paper) covers are the perfect icing on this cake of crap." Pekka PT, Dilettante's Digest