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|1.||"Alice Schwarzer, Is It True That You're A Person Of Great Tenacity?" (2:10)|
|2.||"John Cage, I've Been Told To Ask You The Following Question: Where Are You Going?" (2:58)|
|3.||"Hubert Fichte, Your Journey Through Life Has Been Full Of Twists & Turns. Please Tell Us When & Where This Journey Began!" (2:18)|
|4.||"Slavoj Zizek, What Signs Were There Of The Imminent Dissolution Of Yugoslavia?" (1:52)|
|5.||"Joseph Beuys, It Was You Who Said: Democracy Is So Big One Can Only Sing About It: You Recently Made Your Debut As A Singer: Which Democracy Are You Singing About?" (3:05)|
|6.||"Lady Gaga, You Once Said In An Interview That You Write Music For The Fashion Industry: Is Fashion As Important To You As Music?" (2:13)|
|1.||"Ernst Jandl, What Are Your Plans For Language: Revolution, Reform, Revolt?" (1:57)|
|2.||"Karlheinz Stockhausen, Which Difficulties Are Involved In Conserving Electronic Music On Magnetic Tape?" (2:23)|
|3.||"Marcel Duchamp, Would You Like Or Expect People To Spin The Wheel On Your Kinetic Object Roue De Bicyclette?" (2:19)|
|4.||"Friederike Mayrocker, When You Write, Do You Feel Like The Creator Of The Work Or More Like A Medium?" (3:12)|
|5.||"Yoko Ono, You Were Born Into A Rich, Aristocratic Family In Tokyo. Do You See That In Yourself?" (2:08)|
|6.||"Max Ernst, This Is The First Time In Twenty-Five Years That You've Returned To Your Old Home Town, To The Cathedral In Cologne, Right?" (2:02)|
Over the years, Jan Jelinek has been responsible for some fantastically inventive experimental records. His latest is a concept album inspired by a radio play he wrote for German radio, in which every collage-style track was crafted from an interview with a different public figure (these include Yoko Ono, Marcel Duchamp, John Cage and Lady Gaga). These vocal excerpts, which include non-verbal sounds as well as speech, were also used to control a synthesizer. While the nuts and bolts are pretty far-sighted and next level, the results are actually rather enjoyable and easy to listen to. For every dystopian, mind-altering cut-up track, there are four or five others that veer closer to left-of-centre ambient bliss. It's an intriguing and hugely entertaining collection, all told.
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