From the 7 inch 45RPM EP 'Fallen To Earth' by Paul H Williams - a Wormhole release WH0#08
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Industrial space rock recorded in 1981.
Inspired at that time by San Francisco band Chrome and Nic Roeg's film The Man Who Fell To Earth starring David Bowie.
In memory of Damon Edge.
Other influences back then included Cabaret Voltaire, Suicide, TG, Atomage magazine, William Burroughs and JG Ballard.
"Chroma pulse inversion" - Graham Duff
"Earth assessment transmission" - Rob Jones
"Altered Emirates" - Simon Sellars
"Arabic alarm sirens" - Feroze Alam
"Sonic sandstorm shudder" and "35 years old" - Richard Skinner
"Endorphin coma splurge" - Mike Bonsall
"I got up quickly corrosive gestures structure in the jet mass facials vehicles parked heels had dragged sighs of the night life new forms of sunburns her clothes on the chair beside the bed all the time salvaged my body is just there in a remote location
on the quiet pavement his leather jacket her empty glass sheen of blood night falls wreckage of a car caged air constant smile a visitor tethered in the sun in the abstract some time ago the celluloid jaws encircle their meal she had visited regions split rain falling from a clear sky the passage of ships looked out of the window a team of experts out of focus cruise every night limousine to a hotel dark shining camouflaged debris-rich from the centre of the galaxy
there is a faint radio very far off low animal forms suspended over a bright ocean last night rinse chlorine eyes I listened to the rain aware of the hissing noise long range radio from a café on the beach" - cut up from 1981