review :: anonymous
If you were here last month, you saw me praising Maso Yamazaki's latest release, 'Inner Mind Mystique' (If
you missed it, just click on the link at the bottom), and I have to say that this is a better disc. Totally
unorganized and spastic, this album is pure, unadulterated, freak out noise (which, I feel, is a good thing).
Don't be fooled by the '30 bonus tracks' trick. There's a total of 31 songs, and the title track is a whopping 4
seconds (2 sec. noise, 2 sec. silence). Even though it's just noise, it's quite entertaining. I actually think much
of it is relaxing, the extreme noise having a catharic effect. The tracks are very short (which is good, long
Masonna songs would probably kill a person) ranging from 4 seconds to 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The
best way to play it is to put the CD player on random, and freak out.