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The second Mirror album Andrew Chalk and Christoph Heemann produced together in 1999, originally released as a limited edition vinyl LP, is now available on CD for the first time. Andrew Chalk and Christoph Heemann think that it is a very boring idea to try to find descriptions for their music (and most music in general). Why is the music there after all? If they wanted to make their artistic statements in language, they would work as writers. They like to say it in sound, so if you want to find out what they're about you'd better listen. Several years ago, somebody found some words (in a novel) that seem to parallel Chalk and Heemann's creative aspirations: 'How long the journey lasted we were unable to calculate. Time seemed a myth, a meaningless symbol. We lurched on, driven by an incomprehensible compulsion. We had no will in the matter. Our mouths opened and shut as we attempted to yell at each other, but there was no sound. Evanescent twigs and leaves and branches brushed past us, grey and insubstantial; fumy softness charged into our rushing bodies without injury or pain. Then as abruptly as we had begun to move, we were halted'.