391: O Jesus, Make It Stop!

Paradoxically, this album is the most cohesive of 391's releases so far, while also being the most eclectic in terms of styles and influence. Elements of Indian raga, boogie-woogie, dub science and medieval music rub shoulders with homages to Terry Riley and Karlheinz Stockhausen. The resulting hodge-podge has then been liberally seasoned with borrowings from trance and dubstep to create a heady homebrew of sonic shenanigans.


All tracks recorded at Waterden Studios, Scunthorpe and Park Farm, Skipwith


All tracks were devised by 391 except: