Giag [website] has the following to say about this release:
“The depth of these seven tracks utterly takes over the mind. Experiments in subtle, understated percussion and shaping synthetics. The music itself is a loose, but fluid blend of rhythm and pulses. Very droney in an all-enveloping, claustrophobic manner, holding the interest for its duration. In fact… it’s almost as if you feel the sound rather than actually hear it.”
Right. That review is written in 2002 – and lists Radon Uropa as label. It’s actually a re-issue of a release dating from 2000 – I can’t remember if it was us that originally released it, or Nyko (Ripit). AxRxMxE is a collab-project of ÄZ (originally Alzheimer), RIPIT [mySpace], Mayaku and E.DNA (which spells A.R.M.E) – Their track on this CDr (a mix of power electronics and electronoise) lasts 39 minutes, and was recorded live at the “Soundtrack For Your Suicide Festival” that Oli and I organised in Brussels, way back in 1999 (34 bands or so on two stages, more where scheduled, but luckily enough some didn’t show up). I think most of the 6 ManGenerated-tracks were recorded by Oli, except for the last two. Track 2 might be a bit too static for my taste, but the other tracks sport some good moments. The last one is a bit of a tongue-in-cheek joke.
The download link is: http://sharebee.com/3666304b
Filename: AxRxMxE_ManGenerated Split.rar Size: 60.47 MB
The Giag-site doesn’t mention any titles, but if I remember well the original artwork did include some lines that could be intrepreted as such.