Enaune
Cycle du Petit Prince de Saint-Exupéry

BrutazLP-002

Reissue of great DIY acid house from Estonia from the mid-90s. Machine sounds for chillout & romance.

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DIY acid house from Estonia from mid 90s. Machine sounds for chillout & romance. Not a lot of air in the room but enough to keep on dreaming. Loud pressing for serious brain melting. The record is an ode to the beloved novella of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
For fans of Irdial, Stroom, rubber hammers and queens that are simply lost in fog or drowned in moon dust.
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“Tere,” ütles väike prints.
“Tere,” ütles kaupmees.
See kaupmees müütas täiuslikke tablette, mis kustutasid janu. Neelad nädalas ühe alla ega taha enam juua.
“Miks sa neid müütad?” küsis väike prints.
“Need annavad suurt kokkuhoidu ajas. Asjatundjad on välja arvestanud. Nii võib säästa viiskümmend kolm minutit nädalas.”
“Ja mis selle viiekümne kolme minutiga teha?”
“Tee, mis ise tahad…”
“Kui minul oleks viiskümmend kolm minutit aega, siis ma sammuksin üsna tasakesi allika poole…”
[peatükk XXIII / tlk. O. Ojamaa]
“Good morning,” said the little prince.
“Good morning,” said the merchant.
This was a merchant who sold pills that had been invented to quench thirst. You need only swallow one pill a week and you would feel no need of anything to drink.
“Why are you selling those?” asked the little prince.
“Because they save a tremendous amount of time,” said the merchant.
“Computations have been made by experts. With these pills, you save fifty-three minutes every week.”
“And what do I do with those fifty-three minutes?”
“Anything you like…”
“As for me,” said the little prince to himself, “If I had fifty-three minutes to spend as I liked, I should walk at my leisure toward a spring of fresh water.”
chapter 23 [trans. Richard Howard]
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Väike prints läks läbi kõrbe ega kohanud seal kedagi peale ühe lille. See oli kolme kroonlehega lill, mittemidagiütlev lilleke…
“Tere,” ütles prints.
“Tere,” ütles lill.
“Kus on inimesed?” küsis väike prints viisakalt.
Lill, kes kord oli näinud karavani möödumas, vastas: “Inimesed? Minu arvates peaks neid olema kuus või seitse tükki. Kunagi palju aastaid tagasi nägin neid. Aga seda ei või iialgi teada, kus nad parajasti on. Tuul ajab neid kord siia, kord sinna. Neil pole juuri, see teeb nende elu väga raskeks.”
“Hüvasti,” ütles väike prints.
“Hüvasti,” ütles lill.
[peatükk XVIII]
The little prince crossed the desert and met with only one flower. It was a flower with three petals, a flower of no account at all.
“Good morning,” said the little prince.
“Good morning,” said the flower.
“Where are the men?” the little prince asked, politely.
The flower had once seen a caravan passing.
“Men?” she echoed. “I think there are six or seven of them in existence. I saw them, several years ago. But one never knows where to find them. The wind blows them away. They have no roots, and that makes their life very difficult.”
“Goodbye,” said the little prince.
“Goodbye,” said the flower.
[chapter 18]

CREDITS:
Enaune are Jaak Põder & Tõiv Velliste
Recorded in Tallinn, 1995/6
Re-mastered and cut by Tim Xavier at Manmade Mastering
Artwork is by Jaak, design is by Aleksandra Grunholz

Release Info
Title Cycle du Petit Prince de Saint-Exupéry
Artist Enaune
Label Brutaz
Cat.-No. BrutazLP-002
Date
Format 2LP
Condition New

Specification: Cycle du Petit Prince de Saint-Exupéry

Weight 500 g
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