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A collection of tracks from Kansas City-area noise-makers circa 1995, curated by Destin LeBlanc and Jim Kaiser.
Some nice things people said about Zenflesh 2:
"Most are noisy (although not in the harsh, white-noise way o' power electronics) and obsessed with weird sounds; many are quite bass-heavy; none of it can be mistaken for pop." Dead Angel
"The tracks are extremely varied, ranging from organics to drones to power noise. The brilliance of the likes of Steven Stapleton shines through the dark atmospheres of all of the tracks. If you are at all into the experimental/noise scene, you need this. It's more than just "You should have this CD." You really need this CD. That's the easiest way to put it. If you haven't explored what the underground has to offer, this is the perfect compilation to introduce you to it. I'll say it again: YOU NEED THIS!!!" Grinding Into Emptiness
"pleasantly noisy, amusical and distraught, a collection of abstract pieces from sonographers from the midwest and southern united states, none of whom I’ve ever heard of. petit mal, brownie mallets, andru kirkpatrick, accelerator, and some other nice folks all offer sound constructions or compositions that wash out with greyish brown noise and listless rumblings, in a raw and personable ambiance, analog and catatonic, lurching and shifting like spastic narcolepsy. a somnolent selection for this hot, late summer night, closing softly in from the windows with a loose physical presence gurgling into the walls like music." Your Flesh
"directionless post-industrial music filled with strange noises, rumbling ambience, found voices, distorted classical music and entirely lacking in anything resembling imagination or originality" EST


released January 1, 1996

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Zenflesh Records Pasadena, California

Circa mid-90s's umbrella for sound artists Destin LeBlanc & Jim Kaiser. More recent stuff from Destin (TKP) is under the project name Autistatic. Jim's later Petit Mal and other collaboration were released by Petit Mal Music.

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