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VariousVarious: Il Promgramma Di ReligioneIl Promgramma Di Religione (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: JesseJesse
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I freely admit: This is some weird shit. There are 265 2-10 second songs, each one a tribute to each one of the Popes from 32 A.D. -- 2004 A.D. The album is an hour long, and the 265 songs are split into 67 tracks. I gotta tell you, it's a lot of noise. It's mostly electronic music. Some samples, so.
I freely admit: This is some weird shit. There are 265 2-10 second songs, each one a tribute to each one of the Popes from 32 A.D. -- 2004 A.D. The album is an hour long, and the 265 songs are split into 67 tracks. I gotta tell you, it's a lot of noise. It's mostly electronic music. Some samples, some killer bass lines. Some Nintendo-worthy keyboard. Some screaming. Some ambient noise. And it's all switching at least every 10 seconds. To be honest, it seems like the blueprint to an audio collage album. Like maybe the guy just missed the final stage of mixing. Yeah, that must be it. This is one huge audio collage album! Oh wait, each of the 256 songs is performed by a different artist. From all over the world. Dear God, this is the craziest thing I've ever listened to. Oh Jesus. Now there's a rock song as a commercial for "Pope-perri." After it there was a Pope rap. My brain is fried and I'm only 9 tracks in. But I just hit a B-Side from the soundtrack to Earthbound, which has the best soundtrack of any game ever. Oh, here's some white noise. Spooky, echoing children voices.
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