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Werewolf Jerusalem / Confessions Of A Sex Maniac
Album:Confessions Of A Sex Maniac Collection:General
Artist:Werewolf Jerusalem Added:07/2011
Label:Second Layer Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-07-24 Pull Date:2011-09-25 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:25 Sep18 Sep4 Sep31 Jul
Airplays:1322

 Recent Airplay
1.Jul 13, 2019:(with special guest DJ Diego)
The Double
4.Jun 15, 2012:Last Verses*
The Face At The Window
2.Mar 18, 2014:late night dryer
The Face At The Window, The Face At The Window, The Face At The Window
5.Sep 25, 2011:Ghost Trees
Because Of The Cats
3.Nov 09, 2012:Late Night Dryer
Because Of The Cats (Live At House Of Tinnitus 2/21/09)
6.Sep 21, 2011:maybe some classical
Blood! Blood! Blood!

Album Review
awyeh
Reviewed 2011-07-22 
Werewolf Jerusalem is Richard Ramirez's harsh static noise project, and harsh static noise is a phrase sufficient to describe the entirety of this quadruple album. To totally rip off the online liner notes, this is subtle, violent, shifting, heavy, enveloping. Layers great with other experimental tracks and sounds fantastic with classical; play it alone if you want to test the dedication of your listener base (I recommend disc 2). Just 280 copies of this album exist, so don't pass up your chance to give it a try. RIYL Jliat

Disc 1:
1 (2:08) Loud static, crackling in and out with a roar behind it.
2 (20:24) A few minutes of quiet, dark, sexual conversation before static
3 (8:27) Low, buzzing static with a short break in the middle
*4 (15:26) Softer, more organic static interspersed with the rough
5 (8:09) Distorted static
*6 (7:56) Live version of track 2, sounds rainy; love the cheers at the end


Disc 2:
7 (50:47) The transmitter is officially off


Disc 3:
8 (21:00) 12 minutes electro-static then 9 minutes industrial-static
*9 (19:14) Stormy winds, broken tv, broken radio, broken headphones, hurricane
10 (7:29) Really quiet then really clippy


Disc 4 (all collaborations):
11 (9:33) Baculum provides a light electronic touch
12 (7:55) The Whitehorse brings a rainstorm into play; very quiet
13 (11:39) Painful Vigil collab; also quiet and somehow particularly dark
14 (8:01) The Rita collab; least harsh track of the box?
**15 (9:52) I Spit On Your Grave lends a creepy high-pitched static tone. Play this one by itself.
16 (12:12) Non Ho Sonno collab. Gravelly, dark, stormclouds everywhere
17 (8:20) Tissa Mawartyassari collab; album goes out with a bang almost sounding like there are notes present, somewhere, somehow

Track Listing
1.Date For A Murder 9.Blood! Blood! Blood!
2.Because Of The Cats 10.Red Death/Black Death
3.Your Sweet Body For Killing 11.Untitled I (With Baculum)
4.Dagger Eyes 12.Untitled Ii (With The Whitehorse)
5.Interrabang 13.Untitled Iii (With Painful Vigil)
6.Because Of The Cats (Live At House Of Tinnitus 2/21/09) 14.Untitled Iv (With The Rita)
7.The Face At The Window 15.Untitled V (With I Spit On Your Grave)
8.The Double 16.Untitled Vi (With Non Ho Sonno)
 17.Untitled Vii (With Tissa Mawartyassari)