This one's a real horrorshow.
Such uneasy listening might constipate the overly aggressive,
or prove to be laxative for those in fear of this bizarre and
implacable sound. The Time and Motion Studies is a highly
effective piece of experimental electronica of sorts that exhibits
a mastery of mood alteration. (Or distortion, perhaps?) But who
would want to be in this kind of mood? If I ran a haunted house,
I would be playing this CD over the PA system and spiking the
punch with LSD. Talk about a rough trip. Psychiatrists would be
eagerly awaiting the dearly departing on the other side with twitches
of avarice at the thought of years of psychoanalysis.
If you're looking for a truly mind-bending, sonic experience
that does more than merely skirt the edges of the dark side, but
actually dredges the black mayonnaise up from the bottom, then
Molar is definitely your cup of tea. I'd like to say that
it's better for you than the sorts of drugs that would produce
a similar effect, but sweaty, nocturnal flashbacks are a distinct
possibility from prolonged exposure. I dare say it requires its
own MSDS; a sort of industrial hazard in a gem case.
User assumes some risk from short-term and lasting effects
both known and unknown, published and unpublished.
It is a violation of federal law to dispense contents of package
in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
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