Sunday, July 30, 2006

Terra Hyperborea engrish

I heard from Some Place Else's Niko that there is a really psychedelic review of my CD out there. You can read it from here. This is total engrish. I think I should feel honored.


Blogger Afagddu said...

Oh dear...'stream of consciousness' maybe?

8:03 pm  
Anonymous Korpinsilmä said...

Or maybe you need somekind of decryption code to read that...

Hilarious indeed.

8:52 pm  
Blogger hyperboreanmountain said...


you are my Visionary Brother
whose Heart is become his Will

you have the teeth that bite
beware they are sharp
you can really digest anything
even a lama's shit
and make it a part of your will


fuck yeah! Tapio rocks a puma's butt!


you have the hands that heal
they keep the mind still
and instill love and will
while reminding of what is
the crux of this shit


fuck yeah! A panther's paw he licks!


You are my special best friend. You can truly take a beating or two! That is why I like you!


Out into the light
he sends a night
we sense the road as we
crawl in the dark
with our hungry dobermanns


rock on my Brother!
high five my special Friend!

Serials, better on computer parts!

9:45 pm  
Blogger Tapio Kotkavuori said...

In the case the review is going to be moved, here it is:

Hunting for the grotesque WEB paradise apparatus of the human body pill cruel emulator corpse feti streaming of the soul/gram made of retro-ADAM to the abolition world-codemaniacs of the terror fear cytoplasm that was send back out the technojunkies' era respiration-byte TAPIO KOTKAVUORI joint. Terra Hyperborea, the brain universe that compressed the acidHUMANIX infectious disease of TAPIO KOTKAVUORI's ultra machinary tragedy-ROM creature system to the murder-protocol of the biocapturism nerve cells reptilian HUB of a clone boy hacking. TAPIO KOTKAVUORI aspirate acid to the mass of flesh-modules of the hyperreal HIV scanners that turned on the living body junk feeling replicant murder-gimmick of the drug fetus of the trash sense ill-treatment of the corpse city".

I have learned that the reviewer, Kenji Siratori, is a japanise cyber-punk-writer. It figures :)

Scream Dracula scream!

11:10 pm  
Blogger Wooki said...

Note also the mentioned format of the album: "Pink Vinyl" - I'd like one of those too :-D

For those interested, there are also other (and bit less psychedelic) reviews of Terra Hyperborea stored to Gemina Stella News

10:59 am  
Anonymous Thuleia said...

Mie kävin tänään napsimassa sinun levysi Ostiumin hyllyltä.

Kirjoitin siitä pari sanaa journaliini ja armaan mieheni kommentin livautin mukaan salaa :)

8:22 pm  
Blogger Tapio Kotkavuori said...

Thuleia - kiitos kommenteista ja linkistä! :-)

12:14 pm  

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