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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! 'I Can Hear The Sirens Singing Again' is a limited to 100 CDr release (packaged lovingly in a slimline dvd cover with awesome manga inspired cover art and snippet of a manga comic book inside) by Glaswegian all-rounder Ruaridh Law under the guise of The Village Orchestra. The project is inspired by a Japanese television show called 'MPD Psycho' produced by Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi The Killer) ... »

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I Can Hear The Sirens Singing Again by The Village Orchestra
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 18 June 2009
'I Can Hear The Sirens Singing Again' is a limited to 100 CDr release (packaged lovingly in a slimline dvd cover with awesome manga inspired cover art and snippet of a manga comic book inside) by Glaswegian all-rounder Ruaridh Law under the guise of The Village Orchestra. The project is inspired by a Japanese television show called 'MPD Psycho' produced by Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi The Killer) at the end of the nineties. It sounds like a nutty show that combines tragedy and comedy in equal measures and follows the exploits of a detective who suffers from multiple personality disorder, hence the name 'MPD Psycho' (Multiple Personality Detective Psycho). Ruaridh is the first to admit that this is a vanity project based on his love for the show and i assume thats why it's such a small run of copies. I still think this is totally awesome. It was meant as a live soundtrack to the first episode of the series so it probably works loads better with the accompanying film but as a stand alone release it still holds up. The bulk of the one hour of music is both minimal and industrial with hints of melody occasionally coming to the fore-front, this is all achieved by processing and manipulation of odd and found sounds. A real beast of record thats well worth a peek if your into the ambient end of Nadja's material or you just enjoy excellent soundtrack music. Now I gotsta track down a box set of the series.......

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