Requiem for Recycled Earth

by James Ferraro

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thenewspaper I had to get this one because Neurogeist was so good. The sheer focus of this Mirai series electrifies me. Like Jacques Ellul's TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Ferraro lays out his album cycle "with maddening thoroughness." Favorite track: Malign Blossom.
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NewYorkSomething Excellent sci-fi soundtrack. Favorite track: Xerces Blau.
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kkkkkkkkk6 An Anthem on the decay of Earth as we know it. With a heavy political pro-activist agenda, Ferraro tries to demonstrate with synth-laden soundscapes and conspiratory subtlety a possible dystopian near-future where disease and planetary self-genocide reigns. A discourse and defense on Climate Change and Environmentalism. Also on the ethics of a sustainable technology.
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Embryo 04:49
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No Future 05:55
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Xerces Blau 03:03
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Cyber Seed 04:16
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Recycled Sky 02:26
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Weapon 04:13

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Four Pieces for Mirai Op I


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released May 3, 2019

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