This album sounds much different than the later more harsh electronic Merzbow because most of it was composed with homemade percussion, lo quality tape noises, guitar and mumbling voices. This was made long before the loud white-noise explosions of later discs like Pulse Demon or Hybrid Noisebloom. Remblant Assemblage is more mellow and is more of an avant garde recording rather then a noise album. This cassette was also released on the 50 CD MERZBOX box set.
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Remblandt Assemblage. Remblandt Assemblage is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. The complete album was reissued as a double LP by Urashima. By: Merzbow (1981, Electronic). Try another! More albums from Merzbow: New Takamagahara by Merzbow. Pulse Demon by Merzbow. Collection:009 by Merzbow. Paradoxa Paradoxa by Merzbow. Mechanization Takes Command by Merzbow. Solonoise · 1 by Merzbow. Collection 002 by Merzbow. Collection:006 by Merzbow. View all albums . Remblandt Assemblage.
Merzbow - Remblandt Assemblage.
CreditsMerzbow - Primary Artist
Track List - Disc 1
Track List - Disc 2