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Cornucopia - .C. Works [zero005]

  • Artist: Cornucopia
  • Title: .C. Works
  • Format: CD
  • Release Date: Apr, 2005
  • OUT OF PRINT
14Francisco López - Untitled #139 6:10
13Zanstones - Corniption Fit 3:36
12Critikal - Inexorable Process Of Suction5:22
11Kim Cascone - The Brides' Glass Domain 6:39
10Andrew Duke - .C. (Andrew Duke Remix) 4:22
9Duul_Drv - To See Cedars4:01
8TV Pow - Don't Sweat the Credit Card Balance, It'll All Be Over Soon5:09
7David Wells - op.r 01 5:49
6Ultra Milkmaids - Hé-riko 5:15
5RGV - (.C.)onsilence 6:02
4Black Sand Desert - Caustic Sermon On A Shattered Cylinder5:43
3Lasse Marhaug - C: Frozen4:10
2Needle & Sony Mao - dotCdot 6:12
1Omei - I/C/U - (Intensive Care Remix) 9:22
1.C. Works37:33MP3Flac

Description

Cornucopia is the premiere sound art project to hail from the island of Puerto Rico. Claudio Chea and Jorge Castro have recorded numerous drone-a-thons on CDR which have been released by small labels from New York to Barcelona to Valencia, Le Mans and Mexico City. “C.works” is their first full length on the CD format, and to celebrate, they have asked for a little help from their friends. In all, fourteen other artists were asked (and some even asked in themselves!) to use Cornucopia’s 37 minute track “.c.” into their own composition. Two years later, this is the end result. Remixers included: Omei, Needle & Sony Mao, Lasse Marhaug, Black Sand Desert, RGV, Ultra Milkmaids, David Wells, TV Pow, duul_drv, Andrew Duke, Kim Cascone, Critikal, Zanstones, & Francisco López. 2xCD. zero005. Co-released with Locus of the Assemblage and Sonora Disks.

Reviews

“.c.” is an interesting piece of work and even though usually to call music “interesting” is almost as bad as “nice” or “different”, this time around I mean just that: it will start to interest you more and more. ... this record likes to suck you in and drench you in its darkness and either you having a good trip or a bad one, makes all the difference. How to avoid or generate either one, is beyond me though. ~ Cracked

It was surely worth it, though, as ".C." is probably Cornucopia's most mature and refined work to date, and we're talking of an A-quality project. ~ Chain DLK