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The Impossible Humane (Part 1) (17:19)
A1.I The Beginnings Of A Once Great Loneliness
A1.II Some Were Animated By Their Purest Motives
A1.III Confusion In The Mind Of The Otherwise Healthy Boy
A2 After Having Known Nietzsche And Sworn By Their Mistresses 4:43
A3 The Man Who Mistook A Real Woman For His Muse And Acted Accordingly 4:33
The Impossible Humane (Part 2) (18:58)
B1.IV The Industry Of Children And Machines
B1.V Horus Man (Enclaved By Wisdom)
B1.VI The Impossible Humane
B2 Polyhymnia And The Philanthropenis Witness The First Act Of Spontaneous Human Convulsion
Remix [Reworking] – The Broken Penis Orchestra
6:38

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Mixed Band Philanthropist
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hypnagogia

Credits

  • Band [Mixed Band Philanthropist] – D.Lucas* (tracks: A1, B1), K.Jameson* (tracks: A1, B1), R. Rupenus*
  • Mastered By – Paul Coates
  • Performer – Dick Flick (tracks: B2)
  • Sounds [Raw Sound Material Specifically For This Project] – A.O.T. (tracks: A1, B1), Andrew Chalk (tracks: A1, B1), Architects Office (tracks: A1, B1), Asmus Tietchens (tracks: A1, B1), Bird Cage Walk* (tracks: A1, B1), Controlled Bleeding (tracks: A1, B1), Dada Duo (tracks: A1, B1), Dan Froberg* (tracks: A1, B1), Giancarlo Toniutti (tracks: A1, B1), H.N.A.S. (tracks: A1, B1), Lorelei N Schmidt* (tracks: A1, B1), Manon (tracks: A1, B1), Merzbow (tracks: A1, B1), Mieses Gegonge (tracks: A1, B1), Mystery Hearsay (tracks: A1, B1), Nihilist Assault Group (tracks: A1, B1), Nurse With Wound (tracks: A1, B1), Orchestra Of The Obvious (tracks: A1, B1), Organum (tracks: A1, B1), P16.D4 (tracks: A1, B1), Penis Art (tracks: A1, B1), Peter Catham (tracks: A1, B1), SBOTHI* (tracks: A1, B1), Smegma (tracks: A1, B1), Sperm Culture (tracks: A1, B1), The Haters (tracks: A1, B1), The New Blockaders (tracks: A1, B1), Noise Perverts* (tracks: A1, B1), Tom Recchion (tracks: A1, B1), Verdenskang (tracks: A1, B1), Vittore Baroni (tracks: A1, B1), Vortex Campaign (tracks: A1, B1), Etant Donnes* (tracks: A1, B1)

Notes

~25th Anniversary Edition~

Professionaly duplicated C55 cassette with on-body print, 3-panel colour inlay card.
Hand numbered limited edition of 200.

Originally released 1986 LP (Selektion).
This is reissue of expanded 1999 CD (Siren Records) + The Man Who Mistook A Real Woman For His Muse And Acted Accordingly 2003 7" (hypnagOgia) + collaboration track with The Broken Penis Orchestra.

All material recorded & mixed: 1984-1986,
except A3 which was assembled in 2003,
and B2 which is a reworking of "The Man Who.." by The Broken Penis Orchestra 2004.

Mastered by Paul Coates.

(C) MBP 1986.
(P) hypnagOgia 2011.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLP 007 Mixed Band Philanthropist The Impossible Humane ‎(LP, Ltd) Selektion SLP 007 Germany 1987
Siren 05 Mixed Band Philanthropist The Impossible Humane ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Siren Records Siren 05 Japan 1999
staubgold 129 Mixed Band Philanthropist The Impossible Humane ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Staubgold staubgold 129 Germany 2014


Mixed Band Philanthropist - The Impossible Humane mp3 download
Performer: Mixed Band Philanthropist
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Impossible Humane
Country: Germany
Released: 2011
Style: Abstract, Musique Concrète, Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1597 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1492 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 911
Other Formats: VOC MIDI APE RA MPC AC3 DMF

Vetitc
Thirty odd minutes of splatter collage created via samples originating from over 30 artists working on the fringes of experimental music. Its car crash tape collage still stands today as one of the best examples of the genre. Its perpetual barrage of split-second samples are a dizzying mess of sixties Pop songs, scrapes, industrial whirr, uncategorizeable racket, ghostly voices, electronic beebles and burrs, sped up records, tape whizz, machine rumble, snatches of Reggae, bucket damage, kazoo farts, Disco spots and about three thousand or more (I’m guessing) other samples that really shouldn’t work but by some slight of hand or genius, actually do. Which is the thing that draws me to such work in the first place. On paper snatches of steel bands shouldn’t be found on the same side of tape as Geordie MC’s, Michael Jackson, pneumatic drills, early Merzbow muck and 50’s Doo Wop but on The Impossible Humane they do and again, it works. Totally. Then comes the added bonus of being able to listen to this to the point of ad nauseum, mainly due to the fact that there are so few reference points that every listen brings something new. And this is 1986 remember, none of that taken for granted home computer and digital editing fancy Dan stuff. This release also gathers in the 2003 MBP single The Man Who Mistook A Real Woman For His Muse And Acted Accordingly plus a reworking of it by The Broken Penis Orchestra. The Man Who… uses the same template as The Impossible Humane but this is more of a nudge nudge Friday night lads out affair with lots of knob jokes coupled to comedy sound effects - it wouldn’t have looked out of place stuck to the cover of Viz magazine or on the B side of a Stars on 45 Pints single, what with all the North East Geordie DJ gorm thrown into it. Still, it works, that’s the main thing and despite all the oo-er vicaryness of it all you still cant help but admire the damned thing. The fact that even after 25 years The Impossible Humane hasn’t dated one tiny bit is further testament to its originality. It’s a towering releases and one that you really need to own. (IDWAL FISHER)