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Anus Solaire, L' - Orifices download mp3 album
Performer:
Anus Solaire, L'
Album:
Orifices
Style:
Illbient, Industrial
Released:
2004
FLAC vers. size:
1241 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1810 mb
WMA vers. size:
1681 mb
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AS01 : L'ANUS SOLAIRE "Orifices" CD. Je voudrais briser un autre moi-meme. Tracklisting: - ecoulement : mortalité - sodomie : plaisir. fecalite : conscience - douleur : depassement - mort : continuité - violence : accomplissement - fente : appel - menstrues : enjeu - inceste : animalite. coprophagie : trangression - blaspheme : liberation - rire : transcendance. I aim to destroy another myself) First step in body exploration.

This is a segment of the upcomming Zone fusION Omnibus Film "XIIIXIIIXIII" more info here. info/Zone fusION/index. html Music DIANUS featuring Ed End reading George Bataille poem "L'Anus Solaire". a1 Found footage could be a .

The Solar Anus, originally L’anus solaire is a very peculiar work in the surrealistic genre. From the book: An abandoned shoe, a rotten tooth, a snub nose, the cook spitting in the soup of his masters are to love what a battle flag is to nationality. An umbrella, a sexagenarian, a seminarian, the smell of rotten eggs, the hollow eyes of judges are the roots that nourish love

The Solar Anus (French: L'anus solaire) is a short Surrealist text by the French writer Georges Bataille, written in 1927 and published with drawings by André Masson four years later. Albeit elliptically, its aphorisms refer to decay, death, vegetation, natural disasters, impotence, frustration, ennui and excrement. It makes ironic reference to the sun, which, although it brings life to the Earth, can also result in death from its unrestrained energies References

The Solar Anus (French: L'anus solaire) is a short Surrealist text by the French writer Georges Bataille, written in 1927 and published with drawings by André Masson four years later. It makes ironic reference to the sun, which, although it brings life to the Earth, can also result in death from its unrestrained energies References[edi.