Coil - Time Machines FLAC album
When people jump through time they give themselves up to rhyme and reasons of the Heavens" - Julian Cope. Thanks to the following for their timely and invaluable help: Thighpaulsandra, Bill Breeze, Louise Buxton, Steven Stapleton, David Tibet and Ann & Alex Shulgin. Artifacts generated by your listening environment are an intrinsic part of the experience.
Album: Time Machines. Notes: Coil side-project.
Time Machines is a 1998 album by English experimental group Coil, originally released under the alias Time Machines. The album was created under the premise of drones named after hallucinogenic chemicals, "tested and retested" in the studio for apparent narcotic potency. Main member John Balance also described the album as an attempt to create "temporal slips".
Coil Presents Time Machines was a live CD by Coil. The name of the performance was "Time Machines from the Heart of Darkness. The album was later reissued as "CD A" on Live One in an unaltered form.
Album Name Time Machines. Music StyleDark Ambient. Members owning this album0. 1. 7-Methoxy-β-Carboline: (Telepathine) –. 23:10.
pierrelefou Time Machines has the amazing ability to make me relax and not feel so nihilistic when the world's got me down. Maybe that's what the drugs the album references do, if so, it does a very good job of translating that feeling to a different format. Each of the four pieces on Time Machines is named after the chemical compound of the hallucinogenic drug that they were composed for, and the album was meticulously crafted to enable what John Balance referred to as "temporal slips" in time and space, allowing both the artist and audience to figuratively "dissolve time".
Inspired by the Coil album 'Time Machines' (read a great description of the album at . .I swear to god it affected the dreams I had. Fucking amazing.
The 1998 album contains four long-form drone pieces named after and composed for hallucinogenic chemicals, including psilocybin and DMT. Starting with demos originally recorded by member Drew McDowall, the trio also found inspiration from ceremonial Tibetan music with founding member John Balance once describing the album as creating temporal slips in time and space