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Yet more weirdness from the Touch stable.
  Everything from recordingsof Salisbury cathederal through world folk music (recorded by theaward winning Chris Watson) via a Richard H. Kirk out-take from themarvelous Darkness at Noon (my album of the year) to the full onexperimentalness of Menche and Jeck this album (like all 4 Touchsamplers) contains something for every Brainwashed reader. I find thePeople Like Us+ track unlistenable to (I'd rather play the VU orignal),the Frere-Jones track is intellectually stimulating, but similar insome ways to Burning Rome's For David Tudor. While I can't listen toall of this release, I feel I can recommend it because each part ofthe varied content is valid for many of the Brainwashed readership.