"By the year 2000, the inner city kid
will slip on the EyePhone, don a form-fitting computer suit,
and start inhabiting electronic environments either self-designed or pulled up from menus. At 9:00 a.m. she and her
friend in Tokyo will meet in an electronic simulation of Malibu Beach for a
flirtatious moment. At 9:30 a.m. she will
meet her biology teacher in an electronic simulation of the heart for a hands-on 'you are there' tutorial trip down the
circulatory system. At 10:00 a.m. she'll be walking around medieval Verona with members of her English literature seminar
to act out a scene from Romeo and Juliet. At 11:00 A.M. she'll walk onto an electronic
tennis court for a couple of sets
with her pal in Managua. At noon, she'll take off her cyberwear and enjoy a sensual, tasty lunch with her
family in their nonelectronic kitchen."
Life exists online. Between the conceptualisation and the final product that is "Cyberia 15", numerous remnants
from the previous life as a fleshmeatdoll were discarded,
given away, or sold -- online, of course. Now is the time to concentrate on the basic necessary physical entities and
hardware necessary to complete the journey and
transformation into the digital realm, leaving only the ghost
of a shell behind.
But beware... much can get lost in Translation:
"By the year 2000, the city has a childhood eyephone slip on the form
did not match the computer's suit, Don, and e-Start of habitat or pulled from the self-designed menus. 9:00 a.m. , in
Tokyo with her friends to meet the demands of the electronic invitation to SHIMYURESHONMARIBUBICHI moment. 9:30 to meet
her in her biology teacher, electronic simulation of the heart in your hand, there 'tutorial travel circulation system
down. 10:00 a.m. medieval Verona around GURUGURU picks up, but her English literature seminar members behave in a scene
from Romeo and JURIETTOMASU. 11:00 am she walking electronic tennis courts to enter some of the settings, her friends
MANAGUAMASU. noon, she had to take her cyberwear enjoy and sensual, delicious lunch to her family in the kitchen
nonelectronic MASU. "
Close the World, Open the nExt.
Almost the fore-runner to a new world -- a new beginning -- almost the re-invention of one's
Cyberia 15 discovered a portal for the escape
to and immersion
in a brave new electronic conscience. Never before has an edition been mixed, edited, re-edited, destroyed and re-mixed only
to be re-edited again a few weeks later, nearly resulting in a double-CD that is more a compilation than a mix.
||Antidepressant O44 - Chikada "J.J" Wasei (1998)
||Control (Juno Reactor Instrumental) - Traci Lords (1994)
||Interlude: Tokyo Arcade
||Galvanize (cry.on.my.console's Galvatron remix) - The Chemical Brothers feat. Katie Enlow (2004)
||Breathe (The Presets remix) - Lenny Kravitz (2006)
||Breakin' on the streets (False Prophet remix) - Stir Fry (2001)
||Love is gonna save us (Felix Da Housecat remix) - Benny Benassi presents The Biz (2004)
||Sad girl in Japan - Felix Laband (2002)
||Professed intention and real intention - Chikada "J.J" Wasei (1998)
||Requiem for a hit - Miss Kittin featuring L.A. Williams (2004)
||Work it - Babyboo (2005)
||Take off - Antoine Claraman (2006)
||I believe in you (Mylo Vocal mix) - Kylie Minogue (2004)
||Professional Distortion (Modeselektor's Big Muff mix) - Miss Kittin (2004)
||Toxic (Felix Da Housecat's Club remix) - Britney Spears (2004)
||Interlude: Escape Plan
||Hands around my throat (Adult. remix) - Death In Vegas (2002)
||Everyman... Everywoman... (Basement Jaxx Man2Man mix) - Ono (2004)
||Interlude: Lip my stocking
||I sit on acid (remix) - Lords Of Acid (1998)
||Slow Angel - Kylie vs. Massive Attack (2004)
The existing format and layout is perfect. A white tray, additional graphics, and an increasing amount of colour attempt to suggest a future direction.
Total Running Time: 72:00
Compiled: June 12th to October 21st, 2007
Released: October 27th, 2007
Recordable Media: Sony
Regardless -- shouts to the missus, the usual unnamed DJ, TigerSpirit, the singing neighbour, Douglas Rushkoff, castro69,
DJ Purity Control, and everyone else who makes a pitstop en route to Cyberia.
Disclaimer: Cyberia 15 © 2007 8007L36 R3C0RD5. The copyright of this compilation and artwork
is owned by 8007L36 R3C0RD5. Individual tracks may or may not be owned - partially or in full - by their respective
copyright holders. Unauthorised copying, hiring, lending, public performance, broadcasting, or resale of this work
is strictly prohibited by the recording industry. Enjoyment in any form by private individuals is highly encouraged.
Although all reasonable efforts were made to reduce vinyl scratches, phase shifts, transmission errors and other noise
prevalent on the source music media, some may remain audible at times. Constructive criticism is welcome. Snide remarks
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