discography

lost in space (2006)

lost in space
6CD-R : Released December 2006 : Northern Echo Recordings : NE 011

disc one: 1987-1992

1. Roxette (4.28)
2. Turkey Hunt (5.48)
3. Wading Through Shit (5.32)
4. Zabs Is Ten (4:53)
5. Uno What Time It Is (5.34)
6. 80-bobness (8.47)
7. Been There (9.54)
8. Fever #23
9. 200 Mushrooms (24.52)

Disc Two: 1993

1. Float (11.44)
2. Wherever You Go There's Always Food (2.04)
3. Greekscene (11.53)
4. Atlantis (21.22)
5. Fini (28.50)

Disc Three: 1994

1. ...& Hout (0.32)
2. Anemone (10.46)
3. Frozen North II (24.23)
4. Retina Flood (42.15)

Disc Four: 1994-1995

1. Meta (30.00)
2. Never (2.31)
3. Quarry (24.15)
4. Abbey (21.14)

Disc Five: 1995-1999

1. Lifecycle Of A Frog (2.56)
2. Radio Music Inter.m,i.ssion (1.32)
3. Dragged Down By The Stone (20.03)
4. Titanic (22.24)
5. Tarn (4.40)
6. Measure Acre (10.06)
7. Jordan (12.59)

Disc Six: 2000-2003

1. Wintergreen (27.32)
2. Reactor At The Edge Of The World (4.48)
3. Electronic Wasteland (22.21)
4. Tattoo (8.22)
5. Interlude (2.36)
6. Damo (8.18)

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this set of six discs is a collection, arranged more-or-less chronologically, of things that we've never released in any form before. ah - except for "frozen north II", strictly speaking, & "damo", but they were both live versions & very different from what you've got here. some of these pieces were recorded before we'd even thought about the distant possibility of selling stuff to other people to listen to (again), while others were recorded after we've begun releasing CDs, but found themselves on the cutting-room floor because they somehow didn't belong on whatever album we were in the middle of assembling, or they were too long & we didn't want to abbreviate them. all is explained within.

radio massacre international's sound defies categorization it is more magical than musical. the music is, first and foremost, improvisational. it is loose in structure but also searching. r.m,i. is all about generating the happy accidents that occur at the ever-changing intersection of multiple moving bodies. when two sequences converge fascinating things happen opening rhythmic and textural options that just moments before were closed to view. it is the creation and exploration of those options that dominates what r.m,i. does in its music.