For their third effort, originally released by Azteco Records in 1985, T.A.C. had grown to a six headed band, featuring a very peculiar sound on the verge of haunting minimalist structures and contemporary classical, scattered with electronic incursions of polluted radio frequencies and background buzzes, which give the music an eerie, dismantled feeling. Their autonomous and unorthodox path interbreeds post-industrial with a kaleidoscope of other inputs making use of an instrument array that sets side to side violin, doublebass, flute and trumpet with musique concrète techniques, electronics and tape manipulation, thus leading some journalist to amazingly write the tagline "a little like Nino Rota meets Nurse With Wound". This new and carefully remastered edition presents for the first time three unreleased tracks recorded during the album sessions that bring light on how the whole album is all about permutation and chance procedures. T.A.C. complex and meandering approach gives birth to unexpected deconstructed pieces, sometimes dark and brooding, sometimes light and whimsical, always compelling.
Originally released by Azteco Records in 1985. This remastered edition also presents for the first time three unreleased tracks recorded during the album sessions.