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Wow, what an epic undertaking. On this DVD Shazzula has put together two hours of dark and psychedelic visuals to accompany a soundtrack of almost entirely unreleased music from the likes of Master Musicians of Bukkake, Sylvester Anfang II, In Zaire, Burial Hex, Kinit Her, and various other masters of the nightmarish incantation...basically what we're being treated to here is a succession of ...

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3LP box set of tastyness including Master Musicians of Bukkake.

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Ltd. (666) 120 minute occult film directed Shazzula plus O.S.T including Master Musicians of Bukkake.

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9/10 Mike Staff review, 03 February 2012

Wow, what an epic undertaking. On this DVD Shazzula has put together two hours of dark and psychedelic visuals to accompany a soundtrack of almost entirely unreleased music from the likes of Master Musicians of Bukkake, Sylvester Anfang II, In Zaire, Burial Hex, Kinit Her, and various other masters of the nightmarish incantation...basically what we're being treated to here is a succession of droney, ritualistic, bongwater-drinking, murky psychedelia of the dark and heady variety. Ace stuff. The visuals have been filmed on a camera phone but the quality is surprisingly good and it'll only look particularly pixellated if you've got a really massive TV or home cinema situation going on. The first half is in colour, often with the colours massively saturated and psychedelic, and often with a mirrored effect that makes hypnotic, kaleidoscopic patterns that really suck you in...in fact the first half is more therapeutic than creepy and quite light-sounding in some ways. In the second half, however, there's more of a dark ambient feel with the music, taking us to nightmarish places as Shazzula's black-and-white films of skulls and swords and people in robes doing dark rituals plays out. Someone gets a tattoo at one point as well. I do sometimes get the feeling that the visuals have been stretched out to accommodate the epic soundtrack but the music is of such a quality that I can't blame her at all. A massive and impressive piece of work indeed.


8/10 CR Customer review,

what kind of shit write up is this? are you really just an ignorant asshole of a man? or did you really think you needed to prove it with this terrible attempt to be comical and witty in dissecting something you obviously don't know shit about? regardless of what your intentions are, you've failed. in the future, i suggest you try being a bit more professional.


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