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3. This style shows evidence of being extremely uncomfortable for the performer, the key of a certain piece being fixed seemingly for ever, never to deviate, and just about a tone too low. The pieces invariably stay at a fixed tempo and key, then, inexplicably, they swoop down - just too low for the range of the voice. This evidence is apparent in nearly every instance of the unofficial early recordings. The published examples are another matter entirely. As a result of investigative research, it would appear that halfway through the assembly of what was to be their first major commercially-available recording, a piece of equipment known as a harmoniser was discovered.
The machines were only the cryp tomythical curtain between themselves and the audience! But how could the film be brought to a close without all sense of reason and value dissolving like spirit-blended imperial gunpowder? SacrificeX. This brings the narrative to the heart of the film, for the group's inverted split-level experiment was dogged throughout the showings of the early film by sinister references and implications evocative of the time of ManLeader prototype. This ManLeader had demonstrated far more effectively than any other at 20:4&5 time that after years spent constructing the film our ManWerk species was hopelessly vulnerable to psychic attack.
In such a way a collective selfinterrogation system might have been effective in countering the balance against the present inaccessible forces. "One of the most common 'hallucinations' of subjects during sense withdrawal is the feeling of another body sprawling though the subject's body at an angle... " William Burroughs, The Ticket that Exploded, 1962. "I've got a friend in here somewhere, Who can help me out. Believe in meAll I said to you. " - "Death Rattle". 9 *Second Peel Session (Recorded 26 Nov 79; 1 st b'cast 10 Dec 79); 1.