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Thee Majesty


Time’s Up

Backed up by Bryin Dall of the industrial/goth group Loretta’s Doll, Genesis P-Orridge uses this recording to proselytize about his vision for the future of human-kind. It’s about God, transcendence, the capriciousness of Fate and the evolution of the species. The background noise consists mostly of strange emissions from Bryin Dall’s guitar, while Genesis tries to communicate with incorporeal entities that inhabit untapped regions of space-time. He speaks slowly and methodically because of his appreciation for syntax, “the living energies of words,” and succeeds in sounding like a creepy old weirdo sitting in the subway station late at night, rocking back and forth, talking to himself. He’s the kind of guy you wouldn’t want to sit next to, for he might suddenly turn to you and say, “You do have a mind, don’t you? ... Oh, sorry. My mistake.” Once again, P-Orridge has made a very disturbing album, although as always the purpose of the disturbance is to see if you’re really awake.

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