dominator: I think, therefore I suffer
this record is created for you, the future generations. never forget your roots! the wisdom of future lies burried deep in ourselves. learn to dig hard...
winter 1996/1997 was one of the most important period in dominator's life.
having discovered the ambient and experimental techno in it's full scale
thanks to NEXUS organisation of DJ's and musicians, he started exploring
the worlds of autechre, panasonic, xinguhill, fsol and other ambient/experimental
artists. in the atmosphere filled up with turmouil and fears of the unstoppable
global creative downfall, still having his crew of dedicated electronic
explorers who didn't let him down, in this period he created some of his
first ambient pieces which would later evolve into speaker
for the dead, as well as some of his best, or at least most known
jungle/breakbeat pieces which would later become the root factor of lo-tek
although finished, with only final premastering left to complete it, album somehow trapped into dead loop and real decision to release was never made. partly this was due to dominator's serious hardware and cash problems, partly due to his wish to make this a proper release which would come out in more than 50 pieces, how usually corrosion music releases ended up... dead loop just looped over and over until the master cd finally got lost...
however, the ITTIS destiny turned better at the end of 2000, when a misterious copy of album was found in possesion of phase/codex. since this material is pretty old and today's release would be far under today's standard of dominator's music, we decided to make it an online release because this album, although not released, has meant much in our lives and don't deserve to be forgotten.
I think, therefore I suffer
written & produced by dominator. cover artwork by marcus garvey.
|©&® CoRRoSioN 1997.|