Eyvind Kang’s work exhibits purity of imagination and spirit. I love this record’s ongoing vacillation between abstraction and order. But even Kang’s form of order is eminently organic, and a colorful exhibition of life. This record is one of his best.
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I know of no other musician alive today who makes the listener feel like s/he's standing in front of something too old to be eternal. Record after record, Eyvind Kang has been building a singular body of work that revolves around precisely that experience. Ajaeng Ajaeng is beautifully recorded and is best appreciated as a deep listening experience; I've been playing it whilst alone in my evening walks. Kang's will reward your patience like very little music ever will. Cosmographer
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This is so fucking awesome. I've loved bungle for so long for so many reasons. And when I heard about this re-release I had to be peeled off the ceiling. The only way i could be happier is if they re-released Disco Volante as well. That album was pure genius for different reasons. But thats Bungle for you. No two albums sound the same. This release shows how amazingly far ahead of the metal curve they were even waaayyyy back then. Mr. Bungle has influenced so many artists. Long live Mr. Bungle! DeKremp