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Dave Phillips - IIIII mp3 download
Performer: Dave Phillips
Title: IIIII
Released: 2004
Style: Noise, Industrial, Musique Concrète
Rating: 4.5/5
FLAC size: 1538 mb | MP3 size: 1839 mb | WMA size: 1978 mb
Genre: Electronic

offers a 79 minutes album of field recordings oriented compositions that feature murky cello, piano and accordion parts, nocturnal voices, a vast array of concrete snippets and more resonances of existences that give Albert Aylers' "Music is the healing force of the universe" new depths and meanings. sees Phillips observing and carefully dissecting his human psyche into ten intimate and innovative music pieces

Dave Phillips has been an architect of extreme sonics going all the way back to the mid-80’s, when he formed the uber-influential hardcore/noise band Fear Of God. Fear Of God’s short, violent blasts of hyper speed hardcore were an important catalyst in the development of grindcore, and the band was often cited in the same breath as Napalm Death for pioneering the genre.

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Dave Phillips co-founded hardcore Swiss extremists Fear of God in 1987. They performed throughout Switzerland, releasing a handful of recordings before their 1988 dissolution. Fear of God has since attained cult status - their fan base has increased, and posthumous releases abound. With Roger Drein and ex-Fear of God guitarist Reto "Tschösi" Kühne, Phillips formed the group PK in 1991.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 wec 0:04
2 an 7:36
3 sc 0:04
4 rut 0:12
5 ini
Voice – Doris Tomasoni
6 zeo 0:17
7 ur 0:11
8 mo 0:12
9 ti 5:14
10 ve 0:04
11 sa 0:05
12 ndi 0:06
13 mp 0:19
14 ul 0:17
15 ses
Performer [Objects], Voice – Andrew Phillips , DP*
16 we 0:04
17 ca 0:17
18 nkn
Voice – Doris Tomasoni
19 oww
Performer [Balloons] – Andrew Phillips , DP*Performer [Objects] – Marianne Phillips
20 hy 0:27
21 wea 0:07
22 ct 0:04
23 asw 0:04
24 ed 0:04
25 owe 0:06
26 ca 0:04
27 nap 0:04
28 pro 0:04
29 ach 0:06
30 ap 0:04
31 oi 0:05
32 nta 0:04
33 tw 0:05
34 hi 0:06
35 ch 0:04
36 ou 0:04
37 rac 0:17
38 tio 0:05
39 ns 0:04
40 ar 0:04
41 eth 0:06
42 er 0:04
43 esu 0:15
44 lts 0:07
45 ofo 0:05
46 ur 0:05
47 cho 0:27
48 ic 0:23
49 es 0:06
50 wh 0:07
51 en 0:04
52 we 0:04
53 ar 0:04
54 ec 0:04
55 on 0:47
56 sci 0:04
57 ous 0:05
58 eve 0:04
59 ry 0:04
60 thi 0:07
61 ng 0:04
62 wed 0:04
63 owi 0:07
64 ll 0:06
65 be 0:06
66 on 0:06
67 ef 0:06
68 orr 0:06
69 eas 0:16
70 ons 0:05
71 we 0:21
72 ca 0:05
73 nk 0:10
74 no 0:58
75 wa 0:04
76 tt 0:04
77 hat
Voice – Doris Tomasoni
78 po 6:10
79 int 4:21
80 wew 1:46
81 ill 0:59
82 bea 0:28
83 uth 0:07
84 ors 0:17
85 ofo 0:29
86 url 0:09
87 ive 0:58
88 st 1:12
89 his
Voice – Doris Tomasoni
90 may 0:13
91 se
Voice – Doris Tomasoni
92 emf 7:15
93 ant 0:04
94 ast 0:04
95 ica 0:04
96 lan 0:04
97 ds 0:04
98 oit 0:04
99 is 18:51

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Ground Fault Recordings
  • Manufactured By – Ground Fault Recordings


  • Design – R. Yau*
  • Mastered By [Mastering By] – Randy Yau*
  • Sounds [All Acoustics By] – Dave Phillips (tracks: 1-4, 6-14, 16, 17, 20-76, 78-88, 90, 92-99)


When put together the tracklisting spells out: "we can scrutinize our motives and impulses we can know why we act as we do we can approach a point at which our actions are the results of our choices when we are conscious everything we do will be done for reasons we can know at that point we will be authors of our lives this may seem fantastical and so it is"

Play Loud

#92 recorded live 030927 Lyon, thanks to all at Cafe Myzik

Assembled July to December 2003.
Thank you: Doris, Michael, Catherine, Andrew, Marianne, Rudolf, Joke, Daniel, Reto, Eric, Micha, Thala, Randy, Tom, Erik, Pro Helvetia and all who have helped.

Total time: 73:45

© Ground Fault 10.04

Released in a jewel case with 4-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 6 83119 10312 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 683119103123
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix): GFR/CA 0410172 DAVE PHILLIPS
Comments (2)
There’s something instantly intimidating about popping a CD into your player and seeing 99 tracks flash up, especially when the first of them (called ‘wec’) is completely silent. Quiet rain begins to fall during track two (‘an’), but that distant thunder should put you on your guard. The deluge subsides a little, but all hell breaks loose on track 4 (‘rut’) - for 11 seconds. The first sign of retching appears in track 6 (‘zeo’), and it returns on track 9 (‘ti’), alternating with some particularly vicious bangs and crashes. Par for the course for Phillips, whose previous work with Fear Of God and the actionist activists Gruppe Schimpfluch is ideal for anyone who needs to be forcibly evicted from their apartment in a hurry. The novelty of IIIII is the element of surprise, as there’s at least as much silence as noise on the disc, but the novelty soon wears off and you wish that Dave would just finish emptying his stomach once and for all and go get himself a Milk of Magnesia. Doubly frustrating is the fact that what noise there is tends to come in short sharp bursts - no chance of a good ol’ Merz-style extended blowout here. (There are a few exceptions, notably the final track ‘is’ and number 78, ‘po’ - incidentally, if you’re wondering about the cryptic track titles, you need only put them together and they read as follows: ‘we can scrutinize our motives and impulses we can know why we act as we do we can approach a point at which our actions are the results of our choices when we are conscious everything we do will be done for reasons we can know at that point we will be authors of our lives this may seem fantastical and so it is’.) If the idea of the disc is to antagonise, it deserves five stars; if, though, the name of the game is enjoyment - ah, how old-fashioned that sounds - you might want to steer clear, unless your idea of enjoyment is having someone vomit in your ear before shooting you in the head with a nail gun.(review by Dan Warburton, Paris Transatlantic Magazine)
Dave Phillips began his musical career when he was 17, co-founding the hardcore extremists Fear of God in 1987. As Fear of God developed into Switzerland’s answer to Napalm Death or Carcass, Phillips began to see that their faster, shorter, noisier approaches to grindcore were merely a springboard for more psychologically challenging and physically demanding artforms. Soon after Fear of God’s demise in 1989, he met up with Rudolf Eb.er of Runzelstirn & Gurglestock and joined the actionist Schimpfluch-Gruppe which has followed the traditions of abjection and transgression as dictated by the Viennese Aktionists (i.e. Hermann Nitsch, Gunter Brus, Otto Muhl, etc.). In performances punctuated with short sharp bursts of noise, the Schimpfluch-Gruppe quite literally plays with vomit, blood, and all of the fluids from bodily orifices. If it sounds juvenile, it is; but both Phillips and Eb.er also manage to make their gross-out sessions numbingly effective manifestations of the nether regions of the human psyche. Along with the official Schimpfluch-Gruppe actions, Phillips has performed with Sudden Infant, PK, and Ohne which had received a considerable amount of acclaim with their Mego debut of electrocutionist musique concrete. On IIIII, Phillips recorded work proves to be just as absurdist, nihilistic, and nauseating as his performances. The noise comes quite sporadically, and when it does, Phillips clobbers you over the head with volatile sick tones and splattered distortion; but the bulk of IIIII waits with a tense silence until wooden hammerings, demonic growlings, blister-pricked ruptures, and unsettling screams shatter the empty spaces. As a result, Phillips’ work is far more nervewrecking that maximalists like Merzbow or The New Blockaders. Even if you have a stomach strong enough for R.H.Y. Yau and Runzelstirn & Gurglestock, Phillips makes for very difficult listening.(review by aquarius records)